So, I'm not generally a beer snob. I don't look down on people's choices in beer. I don't tell people what to drink or not to drink. If offered a beer I don't care for, I politely say "no thanks" without comment. Etc and so forth. However comma... Over the holidays, my brother-in-law, nephew and I were waiting for other family members to meet us and decided to have a beer. The only place in the vicinity available was a Buffalo Wild Wings. Mid-day and it was pretty empty. We sat at the bar and looked at the tap selection. There were about 20 taps with 3 "meh" selections, a Widmer IPA, Guinness, and Bass Ale. The rest were nothing but Bud, Bud Light, Miller, Miller Lite, Coors, Coors Lite, etc. Well. None of us like adjunct lagers; I don't particularly care for Irish Stouts or EPAs. If Bass or Guinness were free, maybe, but not to pay for. Nephew ordered the Widmer and I tasted it. It was pretty unimpressive. They had a few bottled beers but I don't buy bottled beers at premium prices when I can enjoy them at home for less. So Bro-in-Law & I said, "no thanks." The bartender's mouth literally and actually dropped open. She swept her arm towards the taps and said, "ALL these beers and you can't find ONE to drink!?" She was amazed. We maintained our politeness, didn't insult the beers, or her, or the bar and continued to smile and tell her we didn't see anything we wanted. She kinda sorta good-naturedly continued to rag us over not wanting any of their vast selection until the nephew finished his glass. His Dad paid for it and even gave her an extra large tip for her hurt feelings and we left. On top of the generous tip, we figured that we provided her with a story that she could re-tell for many months to come. Anyway, that's my "beer snob" story. What's yours?