Brewer:  Steve Downey  –  
Beer:  February Ale  Style:  American Amber Ale  
Type:  All grain  Size:  5.5 gallons  
Color: 

Bitterness:  38 IBU  
OG:  1.052  FG: (Est) 
1.012  
Alcohol:  5.2% v/v (4.1% w/w) (Estimated)  
Grain:  2 lb. Weyermann Dark Wheat 10 lb. Weyermann Vienna 1 lb. Weyermann Cara Amber 

Mash:  60% efficiency  
Boil:  60 minutes  SG 1.044  6.5 gallons  
Hops:  1 oz. Cascade (5.3% AA, 60 min.) 1 oz. Cascade (5.3% AA, 30 min.) 1 oz. Cascade (5.3% AA, 5 min.) 
Recipe formatting and calculations by The Beer Recipator.
Mashed with a single decoction. Doughed in with three gallons of water to 135 degrees F. Let rest for 15 minutes, then pulled a third of the thick mash and boiled for 15 minutes. Added back, and added hot liquor to reach 158 degrees F, and let rest for about an hour (during a trip to Target with the kids…)
Sparged with another 4 gallons of liquor and collected 6.5 gallons of sweet wort. Estimated efficiency, 60%. Low. Should probably investigate.
Added the first hops in while collecting the runoff.
Boiled for 60 minutes, with two hop additions at 30 minutes and at 5. Also added 1 tsp of irish moss at 15 minutes.
Collected 5.5 gallons of 1.052 wort, and pitched 20 grams of Safeale 33 yeast.
Total time, around 6 1/2 hours. Although I still have some clean up.