Originally Posted by sick-cadaver
Not sure of the recipe came with a kit from true brew tosed it all out I did everything they said. I had it fermented for 3 weeks bottled in 1.5 gallon jugs for 12 days to carb and the beer has been sitting another 3 weeks. And yes its fruity like a Belgium . My yeast was muntons standard and I fermented at 68/70 f
"Fruity" is different than "sweet". "Fruity" is likely a fermentation issue - too warm and/or yeast issues (I am not familiar with Muntons yeast). If the room temp was 70°F, the fermentation was likely closer to 75°F. The warmer the temp, the more fruity esters produced. And some yeasts are more fruity than others
Did you take any gravity readings?
Also, I'm still confused about your bottling/kegging process. 1.5 gallon jugs? Were you also somehow planning on moving this to a keg now?