Originally Posted by DaNewf
My Cooper's Mexican Cerveza has been in the bottle 4 weeks now and isn't tasting too bad. I made it up with a 1kg bag of Munton's Beer Kit Enhancer, an extra 200grams of dextrose and the kit yeast. Unless something happen's to improve the flavour a lot before I finish the batch I probably won't make it again.
My standard light color homebrew is the Cooper's Canadian Blonde with the Enhancer/dextrose/kit yeast combo as above. I like it and it has received positive reviews from other's who have drank it (disclaimer - none of my friends or family are craft beer drinkers, large scale commercial beers only). I'll do one batch of this then a batch of something dark (usually stout).
I subbed the Mexican Cerveza for the Canadian Blonde last time around just to try something different. I don't regret it but I won't repeat it.
I just brewed the muntons canadian style . After primary ,one week , I tasted it and it has very little flavor at all. So I am going to dry hop it nest week with an ounce hersbrucker . Hope that helps . Probably should have done some for bittering also. How ever I may try and make a quart of tea from the some hersbrucker and boil for an hour and then pour that into the beer before dry hopping it .
the cerveza can be made drinkable with a lot of time and additions .