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  1. If it's bitterness does that make a difference?
  2. Titan8 Just about to bottle it, and then see in a few weeks, no major problem, it can always be used in a shandy!!!!! Tasted it and it was very sour?
  3. Today I am going to bottle my first brew, so thoughts are now onto what next? As a complete novice, what and which would you suggest for me to try? Are Ales/Beers the easiest or Lagers/ Ciders the next best to try I have been told to try "On the Rocks" Pear cider? Your comments are much appreciated
  4. PB2 The mix was straight from the kit, Coopers Lager/Ale Yeast that came with can, http://www.the-home-brew-shop.co.uk/acatalog/Coopers_40_pint_Lager_Beer_Kit.html And this that came with the kit as well http://www.the-home-brew-shop.co.uk/acatalog/Coopers_Brew_Enhancer_1.html#SID=21 Mixed at the correct temperature, 23LT in total
  5. Hi Titan8 It started off at 1042, and now is down to 1018 Looking at the mix, nothing seems to happening, very little froth on the top, a layer of sediment on the bottom. I'm worried that this batch is going to be ruined as temperature dropped and then I warmed it up, still on wards and upwards.
  6. Over the course of a few days I have warmed the mix up to 20c, it has stabilized at 1018, is this okay to bottle?
  7. Thank you all for your help It's cold here (England) and the mix has dropped to 16c today, is this a problem or is it just a case of a few more days fermenting? Sorry to ask such basic questions!
  8. Thank you for your reply Christina, so it's wait until I get two readings the same one after each other day, before I think about bottling?
  9. Hi All Complete newbie here, so this question is bound to have been asked before, so I'm sorry :-) I was given a Cooper DIYBEER kit for Christmas and mixed it all up as instructed without a problem (lager) but it's been fermenting at a regular 18c for the the 7 days since, is this a problem, as the instructions say it should be higher (22-26c) ? Any help would be appreciated Schovers
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