For the last month or so, I've been picking up commercial Gratzer style beers because it's a unique beer style that's making a little bit of a comeback. I've never had a Gratzer, and depending on how these turn out, I may never again. But, I have three that as far as I know are the only three available in our market: Grimm Brothers Sooty Brother: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/23076/74529 Freigeist Abraxas: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/10574/56817 Professor Fritz Briem Grodziskie: http://beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/23495/75608 I may be missing one (Andre, am I missing one?), but this is all I've ever seen and they've basically all recently shown up. I'd love to get together at a tap room that will allow us to open them. Prost, maybe, keeping with the German theme, but I've never asked them if we can share bottles. Sometime this weekend or next, and welcome other people from the community to come join. Is anyone interested in joining me on this expansion of the mind and palate while immersing ourselves in the cultures of Ze Germans? Just taking a straw poll of who and when. I would say, considering the size of the bottles (all in the 16-22 oz range) that a team of 5 should be able to bring this ship to port. L'chaim.