Hello everyone! I'm wanting to brew something for spring time and was hoping for some feedback on my recipe. It doesn't seem to really fit any style but I'm thinking it could be really good. I normally do pale ales and IPA's or Porters/Stouts in the winter and this is my first go at a lighter, more refreshing brew. Here is the recipe: 7 lbs American Pilsner 2 lbs American Vienna 2 lbs American Wheat 1 lbs Flaked Corn (hoping for a really strong head retention) 0.5 oz Cascade 60 min 0.5 oz Cascade 30 min 2 oz Orange Zest 5 min For the yeast I was going to use some Nottingham that I had for another brew that didn't happen. Right now will be the perfect time because I should be able to keep my fermentation temps around 60 which I've heard is good for this yeast type. Around 68 and up it can create off flavors but below it should come our very clean. It should come out around 5.5%abv and about 20IBU's What are your thoughts? I really appreciate any feedback anyone can provide. Thanks and happy brewing!