This is my second brew and I am hooked. I know I'm not supposed to worry, but it's hard. I attempted to make a wheat ale similar to Sam Summer. I used fresh lemon zest at the end for 10 minutes after turning of the heat. I immediately put the wort in an ice bath for 15-20 minutes, (I pitched my 1st batch way too early, at 80+ degrees.) I pitched the yeast on this batch at 64 degrees, so respiration started slowly, (>12hrs). It is bubbling now with a nice foam on half of the wort...The OTHER HALF is a funky looking orange bubbly blob! Am I in trouble here? It smells great through the airlock.