Oooooh, I love me some Corona. I mean, I love Corona so much that the first time I ever tried it was in 40 form and that was totally my favorite way to drink it. I know it sounds like i'm an alchy, but i'm really not lol. Corona is just in my top tier. It tastes smooth, and there is literally NO after taste. so good.
Coors Light is good. I mean, I don't go out of my way to buy Coors light, but I don't mind drinking it at the bar or at a party. I will always recognize the packaging, because it's been the same since I was like a teenager. You can also buy it anywhere, and it's not expensive. It's just OK.
I do not like Guinness, and apparently that's rare, but whatever. I think it tastes terrible, I think it's stupid that you have to 'pour it in a glass to get the actual good taste'. No matter what, it tastes terrible. I don't know why there is such a hype to the Guinness name because it's bad. It is not cheap, either. It is not smooth. Yuck.
Heineken is also my favorite beer. The taste is SO smooth, and there is something about the packaging that attracts me to it. I am a repeating customer. It is not expensive, and it is at ANY liquor store (or CVS if you're lucky enough to live in a state like that.) A six pack of Heineken is a really good way to start a party night anywhere.
I love Bud Light. It's my favorite beer (ie bud Light Platinum.) It is not too expensive, and just one can gets you feeling really nice. This tastes absolutely AMAZING. Literally, just like a Peach Margarita. It's cheap, and you get SO much. I find myself feeling tipsy halfway through, then drunk by the end of the can. The packaging is adorable.
I really don't know why I tried this. I hate pumpkin tasting things most of the time. However, I like Blue Moon, I wanted to be in the season, so I tried some. Pumpkin flavor should NOT be in beer, no if's and's or but's. I mean, if that's your thing, good for you. However, I just do NOT think this tastes well at all.
This beer is ok. It also is not too expensive. It's not my favorite beer, but if I'm out at a friends house and they have Dos Equis, I do find myself enjoying it. It goes down smooth, and the after taste is not terrible. The packaging is OK, but I wouldn't really notice it at a liquor store.
Before I went Vegetarian (well, trying, anyway) this was my favorite easy breakfast product. I would get home from a VERY early doctors appointment, be STARVING, and serve this up. I added my own little things here and there, too. It tastes really great, and it's not like regular "chewy" frozen food.
This is an OK product. It used to be my favorite until I realized that my hair truly does need higher quality hair care. But, for those who did not destroy their hair like mine (first, god bless lmao) this is a really good option. it's inexpensive, smells great, and it's easy to get at the grocery store.
I LOVE EVA NYC SO MUCH. *insert heart eyes emoji because i'm on my work computer.* it smells literally SO amazing, and i cannot keep my hands out of my hair whenever I use this product. I first got it in my IPSY bag and I was literally hooked ever since. Eva NYC does NOT let you down, and this is probably my top product from them. I have dead ends, frizzy hair, color treated hair , and it's hard to manage. Eva NYC does NOT let my hair down. It's literally like stepping out of the salon after a deep conditioning treatment tbh