As it was 8 years ago, cold and free still top the charts, but since then I have a fixation with Jack O' Lanterns, a mix of Hard Cider and Pumpkin Ale; last place I had one was at the Heartland Brewery in New York.
Brooklyn Lager, Heineken Special Dark, Smithwicks
"Laugh and the world laughs with you. Frown and the world laughs at you." -Me.
Originally posted by ekedolphinI can't stand the taste of real beer, but I'm a root beer connoisseur. I love A&W, Barq's, Mug, Faygo, IBC and certain store brands, and can tell you exactly how they all differ in taste.
Fav Cheap beer would probably be Carlton Draught. It's inoffensive enough, especially when ice cold during the warmer months. It's also ubiquitous enough that every pub will have it on tap, so you can order without having to think about it. It's also often the only supplied beer at sporting venues like the MCG. Cheap commercial Lager.
Fav commercial beer that I buy for home would be Cascade Premium Lager, or James Boag's Premium. Both beers are pretty much identical. Crisp Lagers from Tasmania.
Fav Boutique beer: I really like Young & Jackson's Naked Ale. It's an on tap only beer, but you can only get it from one pub in the world, so it requires a dedicated trip when you have a craving.
Never been outside the US. In fact, in the times that I can remember, I've only been in Wisconsin, Illinois (to go to Six Flags, or once on a school trip to Chicago), and Florida (took a plane) for the FBLA National Convention.