Thanks! Here are two photos of my brew. It is still pretty cloudy so I am cold crashing a bunch of the bottles now. However, it still tastes and looks great. The head is absolutely astounding, like whipped cream with "soft peaks" when you stick in your finger and pull it out. I think the lacing and stability are pretty clear from the second shot. One happy homebrewer!
Astounding head is a good way to describe it! Amazingly good job on that one!
I don't know what Joe Draggons recipe looks like for land shark but be sure that you skunk the beer by allowing it to be hit by indirect sunlight for at least a week. That will help give many recipes that special something they are missing.
I feel sorry for people who don't drink, because when they get up in the morning that's as good as they will feel all day!
Made this one yesterday.
I Misjudged my mash volume and had to hold back a few pounds of base malt but I think it will be fine.
I used Whitelabs Southern German Lager for one 5 gallons run and Safel dry lager yeast for the other. I should have waited till it cooled a little more to pitch but I think it will turn out ok.
Tried this beer...it was very good...a bunch of people really liked it...my dad is even talking about setting up a kegging system, so I can make this for him to have at his house. He normally doesn't care for homebrew much. Thanks