I love Yeti in all its incarnations, and will not (yet) be dissuaded from procuring it whenever possible. It ranks up there with Abyss, Darkness, BCS, Expedition, KBS/CBS, Berzerker and so on as one of my favorite versions of one of my favorite styles. But the Oak Aged Yeti, bottled on 9-11-12, was drain pour nasty, and I am not a drain pour kind of guy. It was not infected, but it exhumed excruciatingly harsh black-patent astringency and bitterness. We could taste nothing else. My brother and I could not finish a bomber of it. Not even close. Anyone else notice this? We had had a Belgian Yeti a few days before and it was glorious. Again, I suspect this to be an aberration, and won't hesitate to score more Yeti (with a different bottled on date) in the future. But curious if anyone else had noticed this.