Gosh, I do love beer! I have been enjoying suds since I was not even legal to imbibe My first beer, ever, was an Old Milwaukee, which was the brand I drank from about age 13 to age 17 mainly because it was cheap..... and guess what? I tried one again about 20 years later and still enjoyed the taste! IMHO, a very underrated domestic, and reminds me of the now-defunct Schlitz. By the time I was 17 years old, my favorite beer was Michelob......and then I joined the military and was able to go to on-base bars and get a nice selection of DRAFT beer! OMG!!!! By the ripe old age of 18, I was stationed in Germany......OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was like every street corner of every little city had a brewery! My favorite over there was Augsburger Alte-Weitzen, although I sampled LOTS of others, including the dopplebocks, which I enjoyed. (A couple of one-liter mugs of those, and you were dancing on the table in the beer fest tents!!) But when I came back home after I finished my time in service, the beer over here was like watered-down hog's piss. I tried many different offerings over the ensuing years, always chasing that bitter wheatiniess from my fave German offerings: no dice! Miller Genuine Draft had a bit of a bite, but I wasn't "on" it long. Same for the other cheap stuff I was forced to drink when I was strapped for cash: Keystone, Coors Lite, Busch, Natural Light, and later on, even Michelob Light. (My taste buds could never abide fecking Budweiser, but to each their own!) Even the "good" beer (Guiness, Becks, and various domestic ambers like Michelob's) were never satisfactory. I enjoyed Killian's Irish Red for a bit, but didn't find it a real "drinking beer" , at least for me. Ran into that scenario numerous times with various beer. I really enjoy Yuengling's Traditional Lager, now, and have been drinking it for some years. I guess I'd have to say that it is my favorite "mass produced" domestic. Recently I have developed a taste for various IPA's, which I HATED when I first drank them. I enjoy Sierra Nevada's Pale Ale, but have fallen in love with Dogfish Head's 61 (made with Syrah grape must) , and even more recently with their Romantic Chemistry (made with mangos, apricots and ginger). It is far more a "drinkable" beer than the 61 was, and even though it has only been out for half a minute, it is already competing for awards! Check out the ongoing Beer Madness 2016, where they are down to their final four. For the Northeast, Dogfish Head's Romantic Chemistry was in the final 8, but got beaten-out by Maine Beer Company’s Another One IPA. Competing with Another One IPA (Northeast) for the title will be Duck-Rabbit's Milk Stout (South); Jester King’s Black Metal Imperial Stout (Midwest); and, Avery Brewing Company’s Liliko’i Kepolo (West). Check out the latest update, here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...first-round-of-the-blind-tasting-competition/ Also hope you'll comment with your own beverage choices/experience, and suggestions for "You gotta try this!" offerings!