Branching out, experimenting, is not bad. However, you need a "control", a base for comparison. Change one variable at a time, and then check your results. Expand and make changes depending upon previous results, but make those new changes complimentary to your goals.
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At the bottom end od IBU and complexity, the Cooper's Dark Ale made standard, in my 3 way split makes a serviceable, sessionable, inoffensive English style Mild Ale. I low carbonated it, using 2 sugar dots per 750 mL.
Cooper's Dark Ale, part 1 of 3. Cooper's original recipe (I used Mr Booster instead of Cooper's Brew Enhancer but close to same).
If making 6 Gal, use 1 can Cooper's DA and 3 packs Mr Booster.
This is a serviceable Mild Ale close to English style. Calculated at 3.5% ABV. Sessionable.
Lighter color, inoffensive.
OK - even after 1 week carbonating and 4 hrs only in fridge, I will say that I really enjoyed a 2nd glass with Spicy beef stir-fry.