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.