From your experience, which craft beers are the easiest to drink for those not accustomed to the taste of beer? I have found the following results: 1. Dieu Du Ciel - Rosee D'hibiscus: Very sweet, no bitterness, and absolutely unorthodox for a beer. The only downside to this beer is that it is so fragrant, that any room you drink it in will smell overwhelmingly like hibiscus flowers. It actually overpowered the smell of my pot-head, cigarette smoking friend! 2. Ayinger - Celebrator: My mother absolutely hates beer, both in taste and smell. Yet she really liked the coffee-like aroma on this one, and the flavour was absolutely inoffensive to her, as there was no bitterness, and it tasted much like a non-alcoholic malt drink to her, something which she enjoyed as a child. 3. La Trappe - Quadrupel: Low bitterness, very sweet and wine-like, appealing color and smell. Nothing offensive other than a very subtle metallic note in the flavour. 4. Sour ales, especially gueuzes and fruit lambics. This only applies if the individual is tolerant to sourness. 5. Hefeweizens and Witbiers. Schneider Weiss and Hoegaarden make very easy drinking wheats.