Frankenstout was brewed with 96-strains of yeast. Typically, a beer takes one strain of yeast, with two or three at most. A beer with this many yeast strains is absurd. I picture the 96-strains of yeast fighting in some kind of biological battle royale, with stronger strains eating weaker strains until one bad-ass yeast earns the championship belt.
My bottle of Frankenstout is now resting in a dark closet. Whether Frankenstout becomes a whale or not, I plan to drink it sooner rather than later. Beers are brewed for drinking, not trading.