My brother used to brew his own, and it was great. Meanwhile my wife keeps asking me what I want for Xmas, and I can't think of any stuff I need or want. So I told her "Beer and wine". She thought about it for awhile and came to me and said "How'd you like a brewing kit?"
I got a sixer of Leinenkugal Fireside Nut Brown and it was VERY good. Also had some Stoudts double IPA, I'm not a huge fan of IPA's but this one is pretty good. Its a one at a time beer for me though, 10% alcohol!!
I really like Yuengling, but unless you live on the east coast you can't get it. Just started selling here in WV and it's made in Penn., a neighboring state. Yuengling is the oldest beer in America. If you like a stouter beer, as many of you do, they also make a black and tan that is also very tasty.
I had heard lots of good stuff about Yuengling but they dont sell it in Ohio. While on vacation last summer in NC I finally got to try some and didnt really care for it. I did go back to the store and get the black and tan and it was very good.
I'm a Yuengling fan also. However, I have really come to like Dogfish Head. For 'light' drinking, Indian Brown Ale. Otherwise, 90 minute IPA. It's very hoppy so you have to like hoppy bear. And with 9% abv, a four pack is just about perfect.
Not so much a fan to traditional American Lagers.
Drink of choice would be Gosling's or Captain Morgan and coke.
Picked up some Dundee Honey Brown Lager and its not all that good. Hardly any flavor except a nice sweet honey after taste, but very little beer taste. Dont get me wrong, I'll drink the other 11 just not sure if I'll pick it up again.