questionswhat is your least favorite beer?

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The big, mass produced swill that most people call beer, (buttwiper, miller's monkey pee, girl's lite, etc) followed by anything sour.

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You know the beer they drink in the movie "Repo Man"? The stuff that comes in a white can with the word "BEER" on the side in black letters?

Yeah, I would probably even prefer that over Bud Lite with Lime.

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Budweiser gives me headaches and Pabst is just bad on several levels.

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Right now, Coors Light. (At yesterday's Holiday party, they ONLY had Coors Light tapped from a keg... unlike previous years with various bottled beers, including Corona, Stella, and Heineken.)

Today, I learned that Michelob Ultra is better than Coors Light.

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If it tastes like a little sweet or fruity I probably wont enjoy it. I like my beers dark like Old Rasputin, Fat tire or Sam Adams.

Shocktop? i think its called that. blech.

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Coor's Light is a disgrace to the word beer. Utterly undrinkable. It should be called something else entirely for the sake of preservation of the meaning of beer.

The worst malt beverage I've had that was trying to sorta-kinda pass itself off as beer was "Camo". That stuff was utterly vile, and frankly I think would be animal cruelty if used as slug bait.

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Belgium beers: Leffe and Hoegaarden

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Other than Lite beers I hate Sierra Nevada beers.

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Corona. I can deal with the usual bar assortment for the sake of being social without having to put on my beer snob face, but there's just something especially nasty about Mexican beer.

And as a random aside, the flavor of big American beer brands can be attributed to Prohibition. The public's taste had changed to lighter, sweeter drinks during Prohibition, plus the few brewing companies who'd survived long enough were in something of a rush to get product back on the market once it was repealed.

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Call me crazy, but it's Corona...it just has this flavor I don't like...along with most Mexican beers for that matter. Except Dos Equis.

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My favorite mass produced beer is probably blue moon, belgian wheat ale. I'm from Milwaukee so I drink A LOT of microbrews. yum.

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Corona. Really, Im not much of a fan of any of the "mass produced" beers, but I will drink them (but not Corona). I just started brewing, so I can afford to drink my own brew, which isnt the best, but it is better than most of the mass produced crap. Hopefully it will continue to improve.

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Corona. Mexican P in a bottle. Don't know how people drink that.

I also hate Miller, Coors, and Bud. I'll drink Bud Light at a party or something, but you won't catch me buying it unless.

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Anything that gets advertised on a race car.

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I can't believe nobody has said this one yet. All the beers mentioned are not my favorites, but if I am in the mood to drink beer I have no problem drinking Bud Light, Bud, Coors Light, Corona, Miller Light, etc. so long as it's free or the only thing available. Pabst Blue Ribbon was my go-to in college and I honestly still like it better than a lot of the beers that cost twice as much. There is one line of beers, however, that I quite literally cannot drink unless I have already had enough of another to not taste it:

Milwaukee's Best (Light/Ice/etc.) As far as I am concerned, The Beast, as it is commonly known, is almost completely undrinkable.

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@idiotwind13: I agree. The big American brewhouses are not the worst beers out there. People just like to say they are bad because it's what people do.

However the taste of Corona is just plain bad (in my opinion) and Bud Light Lime is the worst 12 pack I have ever purchased.

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All of them are my least favorite.

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Oh I thought this was favorite beer.

Least favorites are generally the beers that are cheaper than .50/can: busch, milwaukee's best, blatz, etc.

I even enjoy beers like high life, pbr, etc. The only beer that is generally considered everyday acceptable in society that I cannot stand is coors light. Coors original is fine, but light is just pissy.

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Red Wolf beer. It didn't taste bad but any time I drank more than one bottle, I would vomit. This is not a feature I regularly look for in my suds.

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ice beer or anything with the phrase 'nut brown' in it

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Not to be snooty or anything, but I'm generally not a fan of most American Domestics/lights. Think big brand mass production.

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Heineken, red dog beer, and Busch light beer are at the bottom of my list. Give me a cold Shiner Bock and I'm a happy camper.

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@luisibarra81: Ah, good ole' Shiner. I love their entire lineup.
Check out Saint Arnold's if you can. Good stuff.

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For me it is Bud Light, you can't pay me to drink that.

My reason has nothing to do with snobery. There's something about Bud Light that gives me terrible headaches. If I drink more than 1 BL, within an hour or two my head will be pounding.

If I'm out drinking I'll stick to Miller or Coors, or Leinie's if they have it.

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@wickedd365: You know, I have yet to taste their beer. I have a sister that lives in Houston so next time I'm up there I'll be sure to try it. I grew up on Shiner Bock which is primarily why I prefer it, but I also enjoy Paulaner, Dos XX, and Indio Mexican beer.

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@luisibarra81: If you can, hit up the brewery. They do tours daily at 3. $7 and you get to sample 4 beers. Buy a glass and they fill them up instead of the sampler glass.

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@booleiu: are you sure you read the question correctly; it said least favorite...

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Natty light, friend of may likened the taste to eating an old band-aid.
I spent 2 years in Germany and really had to adjust back to American beers when I returned. Ahhh, the German beers.
Also can't stand Stroh's, not even sure if it is still around.
My local store actually has a brand of beer just called ICE Beer. Plain blue box with white lettering. No way am I even trying that.

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The wife says corona, my vote is split between any miller product or any light beer. I am a huge fan of micro brews, but I dont mind the occasional budweiser.

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Michelob Golden Light. No taste what-so-ever.

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Billy Beer. And anything you have to add a fruit or vegetable to in order to drink...not really a man's beer...just sayin'

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@idiotwind13: COME ON! I grew up on Milwalkee's Best - cheapest (and lease expensive) beer we could buy in Florida (when I was 16...). Like my grandpa did, we'd pour it in a glass, sprinkle a bit of salt on top, and 4 beers later, WHO CARED?!?!?!