Congratulations on your first brew!
I would suggest putting the ingedient details into some brew software many are free in the form of phone apps or web based. Give it a Google.
The limited information you have given isn't enough to go on. We need malt type and amount, batch volume, hop weight, age and boil duration of hops to even guess a style based on vitals.
bjcp.org has the 2015 style guidlines where you can compare your vitals, ingredients and fermentation type to established styles.
But ulitmatly, it will come down to how it tastes, smells and appears once it's done .
With the limited details it leans to a strong American ale 8.5% ABV while not a style in itself it's a start. 22A is Double IPA with IBU 60-120, 22B is American Strong Ale IBU 50-100. There's a lot of differences between the two, though the IBUs overlap.