Hi all, I have been pondering a ginger beer for some time (just one on the long list of to do's) and have been somewhat inspired by the Galangal beer thread so thought it was time to have a crack. I have 2kg of Marris Otter doing nothing that I thought I might use as a base then top up with brewing sugars of some description. Options as I see it are sugar be it white, raw, brown etc., Coopers brewing sugar or Brew Enhancer no.2 which Woolworths appear to stock, or a combination thereof. Initial thinking is maybe a kilo each of brewing sugar and BE2 but have never used any of these (or normal sugar) so not sure what results to expect. Also not sure on quantities for the ginger would like it strong and looking at getting a kilo or fresh ginger and maybe 250g or so of galangal for some extra flavour. Have plenty of Kaffir lime leaves, fresh limes and lemon grass so will probably throw some in as well. Basic recipe would be 2kg Marris Otter 1kg Brewing sugar 1kg Brew enhancer no.2 1kg ginger 250g Galangal juice of 1 or 2 limes couple of Kaffir lime leaves and possibly a little lemon grass Chilli or two may end up in there as well. Rather broad question but any feedback on quantities types of sugars etc. much appreciated. Cheers.