Clibit
This American blonde ale recipe is taken from the latest Brulosophy exbmt, looks v nice to me. 

Blushh Blonde Ale

Recipe Details

BATCH SIZEBOIL TIMEIBUSRMEST. OGEST. FGABV
4.8 gal60 min25.6 IBUs3.9 SRM1.0471.0085.1 %
 Actuals1.0471.0075.3 %

Fermentables

NAMEAMOUNT%
Pale Malt, 2-Row (Rahr)6.125 lbs81.67
Great Western White Wheat Malt10 oz8.33
Vienna Malt (Weyermann)8 oz6.67
Honey Malt (Gambrinus)4 oz3.33

Hops

NAMEAMOUNTTIMEUSEFORMALPHA %
Magnum6 g60 minBoilPellet14.4
Centennial6 g30 minBoilPellet8
Willamette11 g15 minBoilPellet4.9
Willamette11 g10 minBoilPellet4.9
Centennial11 g5 minBoilPellet8

Miscs

NAMEAMOUNTTIMEUSETYPE
Whirlfloc Tablet1.00 Items10 minBoilFining

Yeast

NAMELABATTENUATIONTEMPERATURE
Safale American (US-05)DCL/Fermentis77%59°F - 75°F

Notes

Water Profile: Ca 53 | Mg 7 | Na 5 | SO4 77 | Cl 64
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Robbie
It does look good, a wee bit conservative on the IBU's for me personally, but its probably a very pleasant beverage.
Beer is an expression of the human spirit. . . we use technical sciences as a tool to create it but its essence is and always will be a form of art - Handbook of brewing, chapter 2, page 55
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Clibit
MSK wrote:
It does look good, a wee bit conservative on the IBU's for me personally, but its probably a very pleasant beverage.


Yes I would increase the bitterness myself. 
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