The Beer Hall Of Fame By Will May the worthy be recognized here. Guinness. Something very satisfying about this beer. Love it in all weathers. Low calorie! I chuckle when people call it heavy. Anything but! I think it just looks like 400 calories in the glass.Three Weavers Expatriate IPA is one of my favorite IPAs right now. ABV is 6.9%, which is just about the right kick for a lazy afternoon.Racer 5 is another tried and true recipe, they have been making this as long as I can remember, its a hop forward but well balanced with malt to cut the sharpness of that 7.2% ABVDogfish Head's 60/90/120 minute IPA series are really good if your willing to drop a little bit more money. I'm pretty sure this 12 oz beer was $20. However, the ABV was a whopping 14%. Still, what your paying for is the small batch nature of these beers.This stone IPA variety pack is amazing. I like seeing words like "Ghost Hammer" and "Fear lions" on my beer, but fruit? No thank you. However, this Tangerine Express is not fruity at all in flavor, so it gets a pass.Bavik Super Pils. This is the gold standard of Pilsners in my book. 5% ABV, great to pack on ice for a hike or the beach.Sierra Nevada's 40th Anniversary IPA - A nice 6.2 % upgraded version of their classic pale ale.Stone "Delicious” IPA. Dumb name, great IPA. 7.7% ABV along with being generally available everywhere gets me to this point alot.Arrogant Bastard Ale. I grew up in Escondido, the original home of Stone Brewing. When I was in high school I didn’t like it, but once I grew out of my Miller Lite phase, and into my armchair professor/ peer snob phase, I started to appreciate this ale, which gets better and better by the year I will confess. They have really improved this recipe over time, to the point where I would get a glass of this on tap whenever possible. And if you find an “Oaked version”? Forget about it!San Fernando’s Wolfskill IPA - 7.8 ABV, and I get this fresh from the brewery not that far away from my LA apartment.Smog City’s Little Bo Pils - A great pilsner with a little bite to it, a great BBQ and outdoors type of party.Pacifico - This is the real king of Mexican beers. I've had a least a few summers of fun sipping back this lager.Stella Artois - So, the story behind this beer is possibly more interesting than the beer itself. It has a dash of that characteristic “green bottle beer skunk”, but is a little sharper and more pronounced than Heineken, which used to be a go to of mine. Either my taste changed (likely) or Heineken’s flavor has changed over the years, and now, my #1 green bottle beer is the thing of beauty herself, Stella. Add Pistachios... Kill me now!Budweiser - OK - hear me out. Cheap, available on tap everywhere. It’s 5% ABV. It actually has flavor (unlike the light version) whether you like that flavor or not. I grew up drinking Mad Dog and Miller high life, and Budweiser. So sue me. If your so snobby about your beer, where does it end? Also, apparantly brewed with 100 percent wind power. Cool it Greta.The Banquet Beer - Not just a great name. Who doesn’t like a banquet? A smooth beer, iced down and out of a 16 oz pint, and if you can’t enjoy a cheap beer every once in awhile, your slippin.