Tonight I came home from a reaaallly long day and opened up my first bottle of the Witbier I brewed a month or so ago (named Graduation Wit). I formulated this recipe using navel orange zest, lemon zest, and coriander along with the base malts of Pilsner, flaked wheat, and flaked oats. I am absolutely ecstatic about how this beer came out. It's actually the first beer that I'm really really proud of and would drink all of it myself, and it tastes so close to commercial examples of the style. There doesn't seem to be a weird astringency in the taste that I found in all my other brews (except one IPA really liked before infection took over). Maybe it's a coincidence that this was my first all-grain batch too? Either way, I brewed this for my graduation party (for the people who didn't want my hoppy beers) and I think family and friends will really love this beer... I can't find a flaw in it, at least as far as taste goes. I think it could use a bit more time to carbonate (I opened this one up after only 2 1/2 weeks) to develop a more effervescent feel. I'm still really stoked about this. It's all-grain all the time from now on.