Taking a hiatus from brewing means I'm only drinking commercial beer. This isn't without its benefits honestly, I'm revisiting some old favorites, and remembering some styles that I'll brew more often once I'm ready to start up again.
So far, I've got three standbys that I try to keep on hand at all times:
Heineken - Still the best Euro pils readily available fresh. Don't buy it in a bottle, cans only. If you've never had it from a can, you owe it to yourself to try it. Bonus: Better business practices than the AB/Inbev offerings (Becks, SA. FWIW the local Becks brews are brewed in Williamsburg...)
Guinness - Alternates between draught at extra stout. Perhaps more than any other beer, these are what I always come back to.
Yuenging - Not the best compared to many on flavor, still the best compared to the price of the many.
I usually have some "normal" craft beer as well. Right now, it's Dead Rise. Most on here know I'm not big on wacky beers, but I love this one. Still my all-time favorite summer beer. (Still wish they'd knock 0.5% from the ABV.) From the sound of it, Flying Dog is also working towards being a low oxygen brewery, hopefully the don't cut corners.
So what about everyone else? We talk about what we're brewing each weekend, I see this as a place to talk less about specific beers/brands and more as a place to share what we're into overall.