I have a problem with this endeavor and I'm curious what others think. For those that haven't seen these beers or have heard of this yet, I'll attempt to summarize. A beverage distributor by the name of B. United International Inc. is taking beers produced by brewers and aging them in various new and spent spirit barrels, sometimes adding other ingredients, and even yeast, and then releasing them in small batches. Is it just me, or does it seem weird that a distributor would be allowed to take what is considered a "finished product" by the brewer and then radically alter the aspects of the beer, blend it (without the brewers' input), and release the beer with the brewer's name on it? I suppose I can understand this being allowable if the brewer consents, but I'm not sure I, as a consumer, would necessarily trust what seems like a haphazard experiment taken by someone who didn't develop the product to begin with. Here is a link the project for further reading: http://www.bunitedint.com/zymatore/ I should mention that I had a few of these renditions recently and I thought only 1 of 5 was worth anything and the rest seemed like badly blended mishmashes of ingredients and aging.