As a real beer enthusiast, I noticed my preferred beer styles might have some correlation to my preferred wine and whiskey styles (just starting on my Whiskey journey). While I enjoy most styles of beers (except AAL), I do prefer strong IPA/DIPAs and darker and/or more flavorful ales, porters and stouts. I find that I do not like white or light fruity wines but seek out strong reds with a nice tannic finish (the "IPA" of wines if you will). In whiskey, I have learned that I strongly prefer malt and rye to grain (cheap corn) based whiskeys. (which matches my preference against corn/rice based beers). For example, the only bourbons I like (FYI - bourbons are made with at least 51% corn) are "high rye" bourbons. I also like ryes, all malt American and single malt scotches (just not the peat bombs from Islay). The outlier in whiskey is my favorite style is high quality Irish, not the smoky peaty islay Scotch. My favorites being single pot still Irish like Redbreast cask strength, Redbreast Lustau, Powers John Lane and Greenspot/YellowSpot. I also really like all malt Irish like The Sexton, Writers Tears and The Irishman. I even like blended Irish (mix of single pot still malt with inexpensive column still corn) like Jameson caskmates stout, Slane and Tullamore DEW which doesn't make sense! What are your favorite wine and whiskey styles compared to your favorite beer styles?