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Anything from Sierra Nevada since you're in Cali. Their Kellerweis is solid if you're not into pale ales. Southern Tier also has quality beers straight across the board. Other widely available good ones that come to mind are Hoegaarden and Stella Artois. Anything else I recommend may be a bit too dark if you're used to the light stuff, though give the stouts a taste some day. If you can acquire the taste for them, you'll wonder why you ever drank Coors Light.
EDIT: German beers are also noteworthy, try Erdinger for sure, St. Pauli Girl, Paulaner, and Warsteiner. No hangover guaranteed. (at least, from my and most others experience)
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Full Sail - Session Black(not heavy at all, very easy drinking beer.)
and quite possibly the BEST beers I have ever tasted!(being the beer manager at a large liquor store for 14+ years)
Boulevard Brewing Company - Double Wide IPA, Tank 7,Dark Truth Stout and Sixth Glass Quad.
Also check out this beer thread on Vortex:
dasjettakartell - transcend trend - connoisseurism before consumerism
brewery/microbrews are so FN delicious..... my problem is I get full so damn quick, and the farts/beer $hit$ the next day are lethal..
I grew up in oregon so I was very fortunate to have some of the first big mainstream microbreweries at my back door. Deschutes, Full Sail, Widmer, Rouge. Anybody traveling to oregon I can give you the beer tour guide for sure
WTB: NIB/NOS OEM 16v lip/chin spoiler, passenger side...... BIG MONEY NO WHAMMIES!!!!