I'm on a labatts light kick for now but enjoy Brooklyn summer ale,anything from leinenkugle, breaker brewerys got some real good stuff, (local brewery) yengs black and tan,fosters, any bock, and any octoberfest beer.
I'm a monster fan of the German beer Franshishkaner. Nice 17 oz bottles, a smooth drinker and a better kick. Expensive though. It does drink better than most if it happens to warm up. I like Warsteiner dark and Spaten also. Don't hand me a Coors light!
Molson canadian, and I can tell ya what I don't like, I had some pumpkin spice beer at an open house at cabela's, people were giving me their extra tickets(good for beer or wine). After I had some I found out why, it was like drinking kerosene
I'm a fan of Geary's and I love Shipyaaad Export ale. Shipyard actually makes quite a few good ones. Old Thumper, the Brown ale , the IPA and Winter ale are all tasty Portland, Maine brewed beers and ales.
Wood and Coal, I got to say that Yuenglings looks mighty tasty. The next time I get to someplace they carry it, I'll grab a case.