I have altered the recipe slightly to be more of a session style beer, by reducing the 2-row from 11 pounds to 9.5 pounds. I used the ultra-helpful BeerSmith to make my adjustments.
Here is what I ended up with,
9.50lb American 2-row Pale Malt
1.00lb Belgian CaraMunich Malt
0.50lb Belgian Special B Malt
Original Gravity (OG) Estimate: 1.054
Final Gravity (FG) Estimate: 1.013
Estimated Color (SRM) of 15.4
This becomes a lighter beer with some color. The final gravity leaves it a bit sweet. I have also tweaked up the hop additions by adding a half ounce to combat that extra sweetness.
Here are the hop additions,
60 minutes 1.50 Oz Cascade (Whole) - start of boil
15 minutes 0.50 Oz Cascade (Whole)
0 minutes 0.50 Oz Cascade (Whole) - flame out
The hop additions assuming a 5.5% alpha ends with an IBU of 30.9. Per recommendation I went with the old stand-by for dry American Yeasts, Safale US-05.