Okey dokey! Here's my dilemma. I have two kits from NB: the Three-Hearted Ale and the Belgian Double Ale.
I live in a cold cabin in the middle of the woods in West Virginia. I am pining for some home brew. But the old cabin is regularly between 45-60 degrees when I am not home and a fire is not burning.
The kits I have are old, so I don't want to use the yeast that came with them any way.
I was wondering - "why not get some lager yeast that grows in cold temps and just use that instead. After all it's just malt and hops like the lager kits, right?"
I'm thinking I can make some beer this way.
Any help/comments? THANKS!