So after my initial post, I was looking at the wikipedia page for a Guinness and I noticed that it said the preferable drinking method for bottled Guinness draught, according to the company, was straight from the bottle. I checked the Guinness website and it said the same thing. WTF? Why would you tell people that they should drink your beer straight from the bottle? Do you really not want them to smell the beer?
I suppose that's so the widget works correctly?
Yes, for the widget to work.
People always tell me Guinness tastes like coffee, but I've never tasted that. Also, they use nitrogen instead of carbonation so it's smoother. You also need to let your pint sit for a while, until it's all nice and dark brown. I like it, some don't.
My votes for worst beer: Some Indian beer I had at a restaurant once because I wanted to try something different. Gross.
Whoever mentioned the cheap Aldi pilsners, you are bang on. After half of the bottle it tastes like the worst pee you've ever had.
I don't like Richard's White, but that's my preference, I'd drink it if there was nothing else.
My vote for the worst ever: Bud Light Lime. I had one at my cousins house because he offered it to me and I'd never had it. Horrible.
The "cheap" beer that I really like is Old Style Pilsner. One or two after a long day's work is great.
I usually go to the liquor store and buy single beers. It costs more, but I don't drink a lot and I like to try new beers and new flavours.