I have just started a Thomas Coopers Brew A IPA. http://store.coopers.com.au/thomas-coopers-brew-a-ipa-1-7kg.html This is a one can kit as normal from Coopers, but new to their range, and now available in the UK along with a few other new ones. The weather will be slightly cooler here in the south of England for the next few days and my stock needs boosting so I decided to brew although the current temperature is about 22*C and more than my preferred 19*C. I hadn't the time to boost/pimp the kit so just used - 1.7kg kit can - 500g Medium DME - 500g Dextrose - 7g kit yeast hydrated in 27*C boiled water before pitching. Brewed short to just under 21 litres, OG 1.043ish. It didn't exactly come over with 'tropical, citrusy, grapefruit notes' as Coopers blurb but I intend to dry hop later with 25g Cascade and 25g Centennial so that should go some way to putting that right. I will report back later. Anyone else done this?