OK, this was my first batch I have attempted to brew and I have been freaking out a little bit like this 5 gallons of beer is my baby.
I am brewing a standard wheat beer but I added 2 cups of honey (I know, honey isnt the best ingredient to brew with but I couldnt help myself) and orange peel zest at the end of the brew for aroma.
So I sanitized everything, transferred my wort to the carboy, pitched my yeast, and gently shook it up. The first night I put it in the basement on the floor and we had a storm and the basement flooded cooling the beer down to 58 degrees and there was no activity of the yeast bubbling so I moved the beer onto a cooler wrapped in a blanket.
Just a few hours later the beer started to ferment, got a layer of head and start bubbling, so I though all was good. I went down into the basement today to check on it and sections of the head at the top of the fermenter it has turned a very dark green color and I am worried. I have looked at pictures online and all of the heads on the fermenters seem white not a dark green color (I havent dry hopped at all just an FYI)
Have a ruined my beer? I will try to put a picture up later today to shed more light on the situation.