Looks very good! What were the grains? Is that why it is darker than what the style calls for?
This yeast strain does not flocculate well. So for a bright beer, it is recommended to either filter or lager it at cold temps.
Recipe is admittedly weird. I was actually going for an American Pilsner, inspired by Leinenkugel's Honey Weiss, splitting the batch to use lager yeast in half and the other half this K-97 version, just to taste the differences. Recipe:
41% American 2-row pale malt
41% American wheat malt
8% German Munich
8% rice hulls (!)
2.5% Gambrinus honey malt
And Palisade pellets and homegrown Hallertau to hit 27 IBUs. City water, 1 tsp CaCl2, mash pH 5.5.
Right now I'm going to go taste them blind side by side and figure out all the differences. I'm going to pour 6 glasses to confuse myself as to which ones are which.