Given that this was the first time I had attempted to freeze condense a beer, I kept my camera close by to photo-document how I implemented the process. While I was planning out what I would do, I did spend some time searching the web for examples of how other homebrews had implemented the freezing steps. Sadly, I found several generalized descriptions about making eisbocks, but very few descriptive or image intensive sources to help an eisbock newbie. So below I am sharing the step-by-step photo log of how I did it along with some commentary. Whether it is correct or incorrect, I felt the need to leave behind a little more information than what I was able to find in the chance that someone, someday may find it useful.
Step 1: Obviously before a beer can be freeze consensed, a good base base beer is requiremed. Our beer (comically named Frosty Fool) has been sitting in a keg (i.e. the "original" keg) at 38 degrees F for almost a month at this point.