Sorry to bombard!
Do people do much brewing of 'normal' beers with fruit.
I've got an allotment which produces loads of fruit; I've got half a freezer full of the stuff. One of the more interesting fruits is the whitecurrant which has a nice fresh citrus type flavour, without being massively overbearing (it's a cousin of the blackcurrant, but whereas the blackcurrant when jammed is very strong, the whitecurrant isn't).
My thought is that the whitecurrant batch I'm considering will be refreshingly citrusy but still taste of beer (as opposed to the strawberry/rasberry ale things you can buy in pubs, which are nice for a pint if you can ignore the diabetes).
The plan is to boil the fruit as if jamming (to reduce), and then add to the mix immediately prior to yeast addition, assuming the temperature is correct.
Thank you very much!