I have been brewing "the brew house" kits for my last 8 batches and havent had a problem. The beer has been great. On the 16th of Aug I started a Munich Dark Lager kit from them and instead of using the normal Coopers Ale yeast included with the kit, I used a Nottingham Ale yeast and rehydrated it.
I did get to try a beer from a friend that did the exact same recipe and it tasted great and was about 5% ABV.
The krausen has settled in the last two days so I moved it to my secondary, which is what I normally do, however the S.G is only at 1.022 (O.G was 1.050). The Temp of the beer is 19 C.
I threw my heat belt on to warm it up slighty, but there has been no more activity.
Should I just throw in my Coopers yeast that was included with the kit and see what happens?
Any other ideas or opinions? I would gladly accept any constructive criticism! (unless you tell me to go all grain which I cant find the time or money for right now...my 2 year old robs me of time and money lol).