I've been known to enjoy a beer (or five, or fifteen) on an occasion.... ok, any occasion. Or on any days that end in "Y".
That said, I'm not an IPA kinda guy. Don't care for hoppy beers, but some of them are tolerable, but they must be cold. My tastes vary - I like heavier, dark beers: my reigning favorite is Philadelphia Brewing Company's Shackimaximum (11% ABV). I had 4 ten ounce drafts waiting for a pizza order, and almost missed the floor getting off the barstool. I also like a lot of the shandys that are out, Leinenkugel's Lemon, Orange and Pomegranite are taking up some real estate in one of my beer fridges (I have 2 reserved for alcohol and wine!). And I have about 14 cases of mixed varieties downstairs in my basement. I'd much rather sit out on my deck by the pool with a bunch of friends for the evening than going out and spending $3.50-4.00 per bottle of beer, dropping $100 in a few hours. I buy 90% at a local Discount Beverage place that has specials for as low as $6 a CASE of decent beer, and I never want a guest to say "there's nothing in the fridge that I like". I even have to accommodate my wife, who likes Coors Light... which I will even drink if it's ice cold.
There aren't many beers I will turn away. I heard a saying when I was in my college years, that still applies:
"There's three kinds of beer. There's cold, there's warm, and there's Matt's. I can drink the first two."
If you've ever had Matt's, from the Matt FX Brewing company, you'd understand. I'd say it doesn't rank favorably compared to Piel's, Hamm's, Old Milwaukee, or Genesee. Odd thing is, it's made in the same plant that makes Saranac, of which almost all varieties are very tasty.