I have just started with home-brewing and I have started from the very beginning, using kits.
So far I tried two kits, Coopers Autralian Pale Ale and Coopers Wheat Beer. In both I used the yeast from the kit and in both cases I found the beer too light in flavour....so far I think it would have been better to buy comercial beer
. I have respected the dates for fermenting (3 weeks in primary+at least 2 weeks of carbonation.....PAle Ale have been 2 months at least) and everything related to temperatures.
It is nice the process of doing it and more exciting and cheaper but after testing the carbonated wheat yesterday I feel again a bit dissapointed, wonderting how I am gonna drink 20 litters of a beer that I dont really like.
I will try to leave it longer in the bottle and see if it gets better.
So now I have in the fermentor a brewferm triple which I hope will bring me a step forward, as I see that brewferm has always good reviews.
Is this caused by the quality of kits? Maybe myself not being patience enough? Any suggestion on kits for beginners?