Well time for another new brew for me, this time after a trip to the local brew shop and already deciding I wanted to try a lager kit I settled on the "Beerworks Southern Gold Digger Premium Lager". And will be doing this in the next hour. As with these premium kits the 3kg of malt means no other addition of malt extract or sugar is required. Though the instructions are somewhat generic and reminds me of my first kit beer from last year (Bohemian Blonde). But where I remain somewhat confused at the generic (ish) instructions from these kits is the seemingly bog standard stated fermentation temperature instructions, where its suggested to ferment at temps between 20-25°c. This of cause is not standard lager brewing temps and I know I raised this issue several weeks back when noting my utility room low temps. The yeast pouch is definitely marked as "premium lager yeast" yet the process goes against fermenting temps for lager. So can this lager kit really give decent results fermenting at 20-25°c?. Unless anyone has done this kit to suggest otherwise or better guidance I'm thinking that the first few days to leave in the kitchen at what will be about 18°c to ensure a good start to fermentation and then maybe move to the utility room to ferment at a more lager friendly about 12°c.