I tried one of these to see what it was like. No-one seems to have reviewed it so here goes... First the Coopers blurb promised that it was an "American style Pale Ale" with " rich amber colour, toffee malt flavours, citrus and pine hop aromas, a refreshing bitter finish and thick creamy head". Second this kit shares the same yeast as their (newish ) Brew A IPA and as I had had problems with this kit yeast I decided to use the some of the trub from a tweaked Coopers AuPA which had gone well. Wot I did.... - Kit can - Yeast as above - Micro mash ..250g Pale Malt, 100g Torrified Wheat, 125g Crystal Malt - 500g Dark DME instead of 500g Light DME as I had intended - 500g Dextrose I had intended to use Cascade hops on this one but since the mistake with the dark DME had changed things I used EKG instead. So to give it a bit of additional hop flavour I boiled 5 g of EKG with the micromash wort for 10 mins. Brewed to 22 litres , OG 1.045 Water bath at 19*C. Racked off at day 11 and dry hopped with 50g EKG for 7 days. FG 1.006 (which surprised me). Carbed up quickly so into fridge for a week, before trying the first one tonight, and ...was underwhelmed. Although its early days all the promises in the blurb have not been met. I certainly cannot detect any citrus and even my EKG tweaks are not very noticeable. For me this kit falls in the same category as the Brew A IPA i.e. it doesn't meet the glowing descriptions that Coopers have given it. So unless it significantly improves as it matures I shan't bother with another one.