Here is an update on the Cooper's Lager I brewed and kegged:
I brewed this beer using an ale yeast and 1kg of brew enhancer 1. I was a bit worried about it not being rich enough.
I had tasted it on Sunday after force carbonating it (we thought) and it seemed sweet, not cidery but sweet and I was a little dissapointed.
But then Tuesday night I tried a growler of this lager and it was much more carbonated! The carbonation added a sort of salty taste (without salt, think seltzer water) which counteracted the sweetness and hey I had a pretty good beer! Richer than most American lagers and "quaffable".
I'm quite happy with it and it seems like it would be a good hot weather beer. I will brew this again.