I like real beer! Dogfish 90 Minute IPA is a very hoppy, very strong real ale - their 60 Minute IPA is also very hoppy but not quite as strong - still very good.
And then there's the Stone Brewing company that do great beers - one personal favorite being Arrogant Bastard Ale.
There are many many many many more out there...forget about those Buds, Coors etc - the only international beer that I tend to drink that isn't microbrewed is either Guinness or Bass....but that's when the real ales aren't available!!!
In my opinion, Budweiser is the King. Old Style, Schiltz, Old Milwaukee come in at a distant second. I'm picky with my beers, they gotta have a rich taste, something that goes down smoothly, I don't mess wit' malt liquor and charcoal filtered brews. Miller brands are alright. Heineiken and Imports are cool, but I would only chuckle down a Corona specifically for the purpsoses of getting wasted.
The best cold beer is Vic, the VICTORIAN BITTER & unless the other schtuff comes from Australia, UK, Germany, Ireland & Tasmania, we should seriously look at what all these other pretend beverages classify as, as it's not beer.
What kind of context is the article? Budweiser's slogan as the "King of Beers" is just that...a slogan. If your article is pretty much a paid advertisement or a comparison of slogans or beers, then write it as "The King of Beers." Cho Yung Tea
Here in Canada, we love our beer...it's almost a religion.
Besides the big boys (Molson, Labatt's etc.), there's some fine smaller breweries. My favourite for the last few years is Wellington County Dark Ale. Before that there was a superb [stout & ale] brew called "Black & Tan" made by Formosa brewery in Southern Ontario. Unfortunately they stopped making it a few years ago
I very much prefer the dark beers, although sorry to say I don't like Guinness as much.
We can get lots of imports too, some of them readily available, some require searching the liquor stores.
I hate the taste of guiness,although i live in Ireland, and everyone else seems to love it. The only alcoholic drink i can stand is sweet martini, and sweet wine, i know i am such a bore. I am learning on this thread though. Maybe there is a beer out there suitable to my palette?
This is a very hard question for me to answer, but I get asked this question all of the time. It is so difficult because my mood for types of beers varies on a daily basis. I do have a beer that I call my...