This has been fun to read!
I'm a beer guy, but Mrs. Big Dog won't let me drink. I sneak one or two once in a while if I can get away with it, which isn't often.
As I think about it, I've tried more then I thought I had.
Sam Adams: I haven't tried much of theirs, but all we seem to get out here is their regular stuff, and Sam Light. They used to make (still do?) a Honey Porter that I loved. Any of you New Englanders know if they still do?
Leinenkugels (sp?): Heaven forbid I spelled it wrong, but I've not had a beer that they make that I don't like.
Anything made by Miller. Can't stand Budweiser, though they sponsor a heck of a driver in NASCAR. Not thrilled with Kurt Busch taking over the Blue Deuce, but I digress.
Michelob is decent. Mich Golden and Mich Ultra is all I'e tried. I see the new Mich Ultra Amber, which I want to try.
Coors Light is decent too, but towards the bottom of my preferred drinking beers.
Corona with lime. Need I say more?
Summit is a local beer made here in MN. I like some of their stuff, but they tend to lean towards darker beers. I prefer light to medium/amber.
I tried a Jamaican beer, Red Label or Red something, I don't recall. Different, that's for sure.
Another beer I've had, but haven't seen for some time is Red Wolf. T'was over 10 years ago that I had that.
I'll give most anything a go at least once. Tried Guinness, and decided I don't like chewing my beer.
Pabst Blue Ribbon is decent too. Oh, and when I first moved to Minnesota, the girl I was dating at the time, her old man drank Schmit's Beer like it was water. That was/is a beer to get drunk with. No other purpose. Not a beer you drink to enjoy.
I think that covers 'em all for me.