Canadian Whiskey, preferably Crown with ginger ale is my favorite mixed drink. If I'm at a place that has Islay scotch, ie. Ardbeg, Laphroaig, Lagavulin, etc., I'll get that either neat or with a couple drops of water added. Beer, I'm all over the map. Lighter in warmer weather, darker in colder. Love unfiltered wheat or Trappist quads anytime of year. Not a huge hop fan so high hops needs to be balanced with a little sweet. Wine, I'll drink any sweet white wine out there from dessert to mead to Reisling. No Zinfandel as for a couple dollars more, a cheap Reisling just tastes better to me. Reds I prefer cabernet sauvignon. I'm not too informed on wine as I don't drink enough of it to really know what's good or not. I pay $10 per bottle and $15 at most if I've had it or it's recommended from friends who actually know what they're talking about. It's wasted on me otherwise. I've become very particular in recent years. It's hopefully not because I've become a snob, but because I don't drink that much at all anymore and I've learned what I like. In the end, if I have a smoky scotch or a smooth whiskey and ginger, I'm a happy man.