That is a really weird/cool carboy! Never seen one with such a big neck.
Don't be surprised if that thick mucous-like krausen takes a long time to fall or your airlock keeps bubbling for a very long time. I usually do a week at low temp (low-mid 60s) then warm up to 72 and it just keeps bubbling away the whole time. After a couple of weeks you can give the carboy a swirl and the krausen will fall to the bottom. This yeast just doesn't like to flocculate.
I just brewed a batch of this, my LHBS just got a new mill and my crush wasn't the greatest so I boiled an extra few minutes before adding hops and kept it at a very vigorous boil. Chilling now, will check OG soon.
Bottles: Weedwhacker Wheat, SimCity IPA, MO/Cascade SMaSH
Primary: Sasquatch Imperial Stout, Bee Cave Kolsch
Next to brew: Some sort of enamel-melting IPA and a nut brown