I'm a huge fan of light, decent flavoured bitter lagers. I used to enjoy ambers and dark ales but I find it hard to get through them now so I can only really have one before I'm back to a light lager.
Same here, I still like a dark ale, but I just find they're too much after more than a couple: I'm either full or my taste buds are overloaded. I always seem to ending up switching to something lighter on the palate after a while. Though, I do like Mcauslan's Oatmeal stout
Keith's original IPA is my staple (Moosehead is what we took to parties in the Martimes so no one would steal your beer) Heinken is good but has a after-taste that kinda builds up after a while
Loving Leffe on a hot day as well as Big Rock's Grasshopper wheat.
And, of course, PBR. For the only reason that it tastes the same warm as cold, the perfect, cheap volume camping beer.
Unfortunately it's one of those places that serves $15 burgers, yes your fries are included but fuck $15?!?
The positive is there's a brewery downstairs. The Beer | Brew Brothers You can try the beer in the restaurant, and then take some home with you if you like it. I had some of the IPA and my GF had the Hairy Eyeball wheat ale. The IPA was decent. I'd give it a 6.5/10, much better than any of the cheap IPAs, better than some of the fancy pants IPAs I've been drinking recently. The wheat ale was great! It's had some mediocre reviews online, but the last I saw was from 2008, so maybe they've changed the recipe since then? It was a real nice refreshing session beer.
The off sales are in growler format (1.83L or about 5 1/3rd bottles), for $15, and $10 if you come back to refill it. So under $2 a bottle for beer that tastes over that price point for me.