I enjoy just about every beer I've ever tried, but my go-to favorite remains the champagne of bottle beers, Miller High Life.
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I am from Canada and we are supposed to have great beers.
However. What I find funny is that when I visit a beer store in the U.S. the Americans are picking up Canadian Beers and the Canadians are picking up U.S. beers.
I like a dark ale like Killians Red or whatever microbrew happens to be on tap in the U.S. They are all good. Some are better than others.
In Canada I prefer Alexander Keith Dark if it's on tap.
In bottles. It's Budweiser all the way for price and taste.
It's just like wines. It's they mystique that gives it the taste.
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Never really had a favorite. It's more of what I feel like drinking when I'm in the beer aisle at the grocery store.
Among some of the beers I chose, Blue Moon, Corona, Sam Adams or Bud Light Lime.
I have a friend that worked for BevMo and he got me some really good Affligem Trippel - their Christmas brew is also very good!
Happy confluence of circumstances. We just moved into a new house. Which has a proper bar, with a proper bar fridge. And it was my birthday. So my wife said: "Oh go on and stock it properly!". The beers are from one of the few decent local microbreweries -- http://www.gabrielcollective.com/craft.html.
Anyway, I'm good for a bit.