1. Anchor Steam Beer by Anchor Brewing: Steam beer is one of the rarer styles out there. This beer sets itself apart from almost any beer. Its pink hue and strong taste make it an awesome, yet relaxing experience.
2. Pumking by Southern Tier Brewing Company: It smells like butter.
3. Poor Richard's Tavern Spruce by Yards Brewing Company: A beer named after one of my favorite people in history. The best part is that it's based on his personal recipe!
4. Sunshine Pils by Troegs Brewing Company: A hoppy take on your traditional pilsner style. In no way tastes like your typical pilsner, though.
5. Edmund Fitzgerald Porter by Great Lakes Brewing Company: Quite possibly the best porter I've ever tasted.
6. Pumpkinator by Saint Arnold's Brewing Company: An awesome pumpkin stout. I'd bless myself before mass with this stuff.
7. General Washington's Tavern Porter by Yards Brewing Company: A nostalgic porter that has a ton of molasses in the aftertaste. Perfect for all of the history buffs out there.
8. Oarsman by Bell's Brewery Inc.: If Sweet Tarts were ever in the form of beer, this would be it. Oarsman gives you the perfect citrus-like tartness as a Berliner Weisse should..
9. Monkey Boy by East End Brewing Company: An amazing hefeweizen that gives off some essence of banana..
10. Hofbrau Original Lager by Staaliches Hofbra: Have you ever watched huge beer festivals in Germany on the Travel Channel? This beer gives you a chance to experience that.
11. IPA by Lagunitas Brewing Company: What? You mean there's an awesome IPA that has multiple noticeable flavors other than just truckloads of hops? Crackery and flavorful. Hops are only a compliment as they should be.
12. Raging Bitch IPA by Flying Dog Brewery: A creatively-hopped IPA that pairs well with food and doesn't disintegrate your taste buds at the same time.
13. Pumpkin Spice by Rivertowne Brewing: Sweet, yet spicy. I just wish this was actually a pie. Beer form is just fine, though.
14. Philadelphia Pale Ale by Yards Brewing Company: It's pale like you'd expect, but there's a n awesome citrus punch.
15. Weyerbacher Imperial Pumpkin Ale by Weyerbacher Brewing Co.: A perfect mixture of pumpkin spice taste and alcohol content.
16. Mountain Lager by Appalachian Brewing Company: A light lager with a powerful malt flavor. Excellent beer to pair with lighter foods.
17. Wild Blueberry Wheat Ale by Sea Dog Brewing Company: A very pungent-smelling blueberry wheat beer. Powerful in the nose and on the tongue. Very Refreshing.
18. Breakfast Stout by Founders Brewing: The beer that opened up the world of stouts for me. Perfect combination of chocolate and coffee.
19. Oatmeal Stout by Schlafly Beer: This has a wonderful roasty backbone It's also sweet, but smooth.
20. Oktoberfest by Great Lakes Brewing Company: A sweeter take on the traditional Oktoberfest recipe.
21. Vanilla Porter by Breckenridge Brewery: Nice and roasty, but a hefty hint of vanilla is a wonderful touch.
22. Porter by Founders Brewing: A jet-black porter with a chocolate-focused flavor.
23. Cream Ale by Appalachian Brewing Company: Not your typical cream ale. Sweet and malty, but packs some punch in the hop department.
24. Punkin Ale by Dogfish Head Brewery: Brown sugar is prevalent in this fantastic Pumpkin Ale.
25. Dead Guy Ale by Rogue Ales: A well-crafted German Maibock. Really sweet. Really Malty. Has some bite.
26. Oktoberfest by Penn Brewery: I might be a homer in this case since I'm from Pittsburgh, but this is my favorite Marzenbier. It tastes just like Germany in late September.
27. Oberon Ale by Bell's Brewery: One of the best summer beers in existence. Tangy and pale.
28. Head Hunter IPA by Fat Head's Brewery: An award winning IPA with a unique blend of citrus and hops.
29. Hopback Amber Ale by Troegs Brewing Company: A perfect combination of raspberries and hops. It's an epic battle in your mouth, but the hops will always come out on top.
30. Wild Hare Pale Ale by Spoetzl Brewery: A fruity and floral, yet bitter and hoppy pale ale.
31. Oatmeal Stout by Samuel Smith's Brewery: The crown jewel of Oatmeal Stouts. Has an aroma consisting of all the scents you want in a stout.
32. Mojo IPA by Boulder Beer Company: A very well-crafted and citrusy India Pale Ale. Your taste buds will dance when you drink this.
33. Flower Power IPA by Ithaca Beer Company: I had a negative view of India Pale Ales before I sampled the grapefruit and citrus taste of this beer.
34. Pious Monk Dunkel by Church Brew Works: Was a bit worried to try a Dunkel, but became good friends with this style once I tasted what I now refer to as "liquid pretzel."
35. Troegenator Doubblebock by Troegs Brewing Company: A very sweet beer with a lovely hint of vanilla.
36: Winter White Ale by Bell's Brewery: Not your typical winter beer. It's a witbier and it sure is spicy
37. Rumplepilsen by Full Pint Brewing Company: A great pilsner with a mouthful of that traditional biscuit taste that we expect from good pilsners.
38. Blueberry Blonde by Pearl Street Grill and Brewery: Had this beer while on a trip to Buffalo. Haven't found anything that matches it since. The smell and taste reminded me of blueberry waffles. Can't wait until I go back.
39. Dreamweaver Wheat by Troegs Brewing Company: One of the better wheat beers. Watch out because it's zesty!
40. Gummi Bear Beer by Kenai River Brewing Company: Yes, a Belgian Tripel brewed with gummi bears. Buttery, sweet and boozy.
41. Witte by East End Brewing Company: A nice tart witbier. The 2013 edition had lemongrass!
42. Beerhive Tripel by New Holland Brewing Company: Two words. Honey and ginger.
43. Applehead by Shipyard Brewing Co.: Not cider, but resembles one. An awesome beer that will remind you of cinnamon-laced apple pie.
44. Traditional Lager by Yuengling: For most of us in this area, this beer was the very first beer that we had on top of our lists. It was the first one that we took a drink and then proclaimed "damn, that was good."