I'm from Venezuela, thanks for the welcoming guys, and yes spider that's what i mean LOL excuse my english i'm still working on it, like my first brew was just a can of prehopped extract and a dry malt extract i'm thinking on adding hops myself and steeping some specialty grains to do and upgrade on my beer, like my first brew was OK i think my process is find so i would like to give it a try, another thing that i would like to do is to add a secondary fermentation.
Listen to any old show about extract brewing for tips on how to make them better. In a nutshell -
1) Only use the lightest extract you can find. I prefer dry, but liquid is fine, too - if it is fresh.
2) Use steeping grains for color and flavor.
3) Skip the "secondary" fermentation - and just be more patient in the primary. A full two weeks for ales is my norm. Less chance for oxidation and contamination, more contact time with active yeast.
As always, 1-3 assume the three paramounts of great homebrew making are already observed by you - namely - sanitation, fermentation temp control, and healthy yeast pitches.