St. Bernardus? Also not big on IPA but I think you don't lose much with low cal IPA, sounds like that goose island stuff.I had some beer from a Catholic abbey and it was great. Also had a 95 calorie IPA a bit back and it was surprisingly good, along with the other IPA. I don't really drink IPAs.
If you liked Corona than you should really try literally any other beer because corona is literally just bottled pissI've never really had beer before since it's an acquired taste (and I'm an occasional drinker anyway), but I tried a Corona Extra with friends last night and it was good! Pretty light, but I loved the yeasty aftertaste.
Lightstruck beer gets pretty bad. If you get Corona on tap it's fairly drinkable all things considered but I don't trust clear bottles. Modelo at least uses brown glass and if you like Mexican beer they're ok. Green glass like Heineken uses is also less than optimal but it's not as bad as clear glass. (Of course, Heineken is also really lackluster as Dutch-origin stuff goes, but some people swear by Heinie.) If the bottles are kept away from light it won't be much of an issue, in theory, but a holster doesn't protect the bottles at all. Cases will shield the bottles from light to a fair extent (meaning it's actually better to just get a case of Corona than buy a holster of it)Light damaging and skunking the beer, I believe
Never had. Regional craft beer?Two Hoots is pretty good.
You know you're in Florida when your 40 is fucking 32 ounces.Miller genuine draft on a bottle, it's probably Miller's best beer since it does kinda live up to its name of tasting like draft beer and beer general tastes better bottled.
Also i know it's kinda exceptional to admit, but I'm partial to high life, and not because of the taste but at 1.50 for a 32 ounce can where I live it's a bargain. also Budweiser and Coors either works but never that light shit.