My home-brewing buddy and I spaced out in a major way a couple weeks ago when bottling our extra-hopped imperial stout. We had several friends with us that are brewing novices and we wanted them to get a hands on experience during the bottling process, but in the commotion we completely forgot to add priming sugar to our beer before bottling it. The first beer I cracked open to inspect was visually disappointing as I poured it, there wasn't any head on it whatsoever. As I tried to wrap my head around what went wrong, I decided to give it a swig; amazingly, it was delicious as ever. Though totally flat, the beer has such a strong body and rich flavor (imagine a Sublimely Self-Righteous by way of Old Rasputin) that it was supremely enjoyable. I just cracked another bottle to enjoy today before heading off to work. I have been toying with the idea of recollecting all the beer from the bottles, priming it, and re-bottling it, but I honestly enjoy the current, flat version quite well. I suppose I just wanted to pass along the experience to the community at large. Has anyone had a similar experience with uncarbonated beers?