Originally Posted by Calder
First brew; don't mess with it.
I find fruit really doesn't do well in most beers. Brew a few beers first and then try experimenting.
I agree. Get a few brews under your belt to get to know the basics before trying to get too creative. I did the same brew you just did for my first and it turned out pretty good. I then did a recipe from the forum for my next and then I was off an running.
BB kits have pretty good instructions until the fermentation part. Leave it alone in the primary for 3 weeks and then 3 weeks in the bottles. I know it being your first that will be hard, so you will try to rush it. Go ahead and taste one at 2 weeks in the bottles to see what it tastes like but then notice how the taste improves at week 3 and week 4 (if they last that long).
Start thinking about brewing your next brew. Even think about getting another fermenter to put it in, so that you can build a pipeline.
Welcome to the addiction.