RunDownHouse just pointed me to this thread after I started a homebrewing thread in EDF the other day
I'm German, read the first couple of posts about Warsteiner and couldn't help but chuckle. It's one of the worst German Pilsener brands that isn't concidered cheap that we have in my opinion (the other one being Veltins). Tastes are of course subjective to a degree but ask away if you have any questions about German brands. I'm also a huge friend of Belgian beer in general.
I'm not a huge fan of the Reinheitsgebot (heated debates with friends) and just started homebrewing.
I don't have too much range, looking to expand it a bit. Using the Periodic table of beer stlyes I've had:
Berliner Weisse, Weizenbier, Dunkelweizen, Belgian gold ale, Belgian dark ale, German pilsener, Bohemian pilsener, American pilsener, American lite, American standard, Munich Helles, Dortmunder, Munich Dunkel, Schwarzbier, Doppelbock, Traditional Bock, Kölsch, Alt
My mainstream beer of choice right now is Dortmunder Kronen (Dortmunder type Export) but I also enjoy the beer from a local nonobrewry.
I want to try Porter+Stout varieties and a good IPA and Cascadian next and will have a Smoked Beer on my upcomming trip to Bamberg
There's some internet sellers that import US beer and I'll get a mixed batch sometime later this year. The breweries I've found so far are (kinda sad that it seems to be impossible to get DFH):
Anchor, Brooklyn, Sierra Nevada, Flying Dog, Snake Dog, Left Hand, Anderson, Victory, Great Divide