I'm sure it's a great beer (with points on the board), but surely there is something else that would be more interesting to mix with a kit than 1kg of dextrose and a handfull of hops. I've never brewed a Helles so possibly talking out of my ar.....1 kg of Dextrose
adding a little seeped grain (munich) will give your kit a fresher (yummy) taste.Beer Styles
Germany - Munich Helles
Helles, often referred to as "light Munich," is a mildly hopped, malty, well-balanced pale to golden- to straw-colored beer. It is not as dry as Pilsner but is closer to the Dortmunder style, though lower in alcohol and with some sweetness. The malt sweetness, often described as almost a caramel taste, is the mark of this beer. Helles is maltier and less hoppy than dunkel; yet, like dunkel, it is sweet, lightly hopped, and has a nose that is straight malt.
Ingredients used to brew Munich helles include two-row pale malt and Munich and crystal malts at levels not generally exceeding 2 to 5%. The hops commonly used are Hallertau Mittelfrh, Saaz, Hallertauer, Spalter, Perle, and Tettnanger. Soft water with a low mineral content and low carbonate content is essential to accentuate the malt and the hop flavors.