I had my first experience tonight of me hands-down-knowing that a beer I was served was not the beer I ordered. At least the one I got was still one I liked... and, fortunately, having lived here for many years now, I was completely comfortable bringing this to the attention of the manager who I've known for many years going back to drinking with him before he was even a bartender! I told him I thought it was wrong and he took a sniff of the beer (it was supposed to be a barrel aged porter and I'm 99% confident it was the regular porter) and agreed that it didn't smell like it was the barrel aged one, but when he checked the keg the label on it definitely said it was the barrel aged porter - he even took a picture with his phone to show me. The story ends with him taking the beer off my tab and saying he would follow up with the distributor since he couldn't personally, definitively, discern if it was one or the other. So it all worked out... kind of... The bartender was the first person I made aware that there was an issue and she responded that she had already sold several that day to other people who hadn't said anything about it! This makes me cringe at the idea that people came in and expected, OBB's "Barrel Aged Porter" (Amazingly delicious) and instead got OBB's "Roaming Bear" (delightfully drinkable, but...) and now have a poor opinion of a barrel aged beer that I love! What do you do when you order a beer and don't think it's the right beer? Have you ever done this and been totally wrong?