Looks great to me, nice and simple, let the ingredients speak for themselves!
I understand you are going for pine, but maybe add a small amount (or smallER amount than the Chinook) of cascade at 10 min and DH, just to layer the hop aroma/flavor a bit. You will get some citrus from it too, but I find cascades to be pretty piney. Also, what if you used some spruce needles from the pine trees up there @ dry hop!? You could make a vodka/grain alcohol tincture with them so its sanitized.
The only other feedback I have is maybe you want to space out your late hop additions a bit, since you aren’t adding any ‘flavor’ additions (30 min). You could also FWH for a similar effect.
Then again, it looks good as is. Maybe I’m overcomplicating. Good luck and cheers for beers up @ the cabin!
[quote=“ibeentired”]A Columbus dose when?[/quote]I would FWH with Columbus for ~30 IBUs, skip the 60-min Magnum addition, Chinook at 10-min for 20 IBUs, an oz at flameout, and a half-oz each of Columbus and Chinook for dryhop.
Nit picky, I know, but with that level of IBU, it’s not really an Irish Red. But maybe you can start a new style. Instead of a Black IPA, you could call it a Red IPA.
Still, all-in-all it looks pretty tasty.