A recent incident got me wondering how others would/do react to a similar situation. My wife and I were at a chain Mexican restaurant (first mistake since there are better local places but she had heard from a friend how good this place was) and I ordered a Dos Equis Amber. It arrived absolutely flat and frankly not cold enough for that style (at least to me). I immediately called the server back to express my displeasure. He took it away and within a few moments a guy who identified himself as the bartender was at my table with the beer. He proceeded to explain to me that there was nothing wrong with the beer and that I clearly didn't understand how draft beer worked. While I don't claim to be an "expert" I've been serving beer both commercial and homebrew from my homemade kegorators for more years than I care to mention so I understand a little about proper pressure/temperature and getting the kegs balanced. I laughed and I told my wife "let's go" and started walking towards the door. We were intercepted by a manager who profusely apologized and offered a free meal. I was actually concerned the staff would mess with my meal so we decline and left. Needless to say we won't be returning. What got me revisiting this incident was yesterday I had an Aruba Red at Bahama Breeze and it was served perfectly. Reading some other reviews I see where it looks like it came poorly served. Had mine shown up flat it would have been sent back and certainly not paid for. Looking back perhaps I should have given them a second chance but the non-professional attitude of the bartender just set me off. Just curious if others will send back a poorly served draft and how they handle clearly amateur bartenders.