So I've fancied getting a nice strong malty lager on the go over the festive period. Wheelers european beers book as a recipe for The Kulminator at around 8% which I've actually had (although maybe a stronger incarnation). He always goes for the keep it simple approach rather than some of the more modern recipes that seem to attempt to add every hop & malt sold at the home-brew shop... It is just munich, caramalt & northern brewer, too simple or worth a shot? Also what yeasts are good for whatever cold temps our house will get to whilst away, I reckon it'll struggle into double figures. Thanks.