I started out similarly. If I knew then what I know now, I would have been able to make a better pumpkin ale soap (one of my biggest fails to date). I did not correctly account for water AND I failed to make sure my ale was completely flat (lye volcanos are mostly preventable). I'm still glad OP asked.Welcome Ricogonzalo!
Not to beat a dead horse, but that's a definite don't. Some of us (such as myself) start out our soapy ventures as through a trial by fire. My own beginner faux pas was following a recipe without running it through a lye calculator first, and I ended up with a lye-heavy soap which had to be tossed. That was about 14 to 15 years ago. Keep reading/researching and don't give up! If you have any questions, don't be afraid to ask! We're here to help!
I did something similar a long time ago.... tried a recipe off the interwebs that gave the measurements of the oils and NaOH in cups! The soap looked great, very white and hard, but boy was it harsh! Left it for a year or so then tried it again and it was actually not too bad after a long cure.