Usually pretty discerning though. Well at least any half decent canned or bottled will do though I have tasted some pretty rank on tap beer. One of the best in my town is actually a foreign beer, Staropromen, which I found in a nice little place run by a Czech couple.
for myself I was big time into the Belgian Trappist and Abbey Ales (especially Rochefort6 and 8)but now I'm back to lagers and other lower gravity beers. I think all the flavour overloaded my tongue. That and the price.
Also, 10% alc/vol messes with a person after a while and having just one bottle seems kind of a shame.
Currently I'm drinking Sapporo breweries' Ebisu Original (in the gold can, not the green or red one for anyone who happens to be in Japan).
It actually has some flavour and body for a Japanese beer but is cheaper than the imported beers I can buy over here.
If price and the need to be not hungover tomorrow while playing with my toddler daughter all weekend as well as studying linguistics weren't issues, I'd be going for Budovar; Hoegaarden Blond and Verboten Fruchte; Fuller's ESB; and a mix of Chimay Blue; Sam Adams; Tsing Tao; Aventinus; Leffe Blonde; Delirium Tremens.
of course I would be dead if I had all of the above but you get the picture.