Let's take a closer look at the Very Many Varities of Beer:
In the Northwest of the chart, we've got our classic American Ales, those reliable, hard-working manly beers that could rescue you in a wildfire in the woods, like "Mendocino Eye of the Hawk" and "Sierra Nevada Bigfoot." Of course, there's the smooth and luscious Victory Old Horizontal, known for his favorite way to lounge around. Admittedly, some of these guys get a little out of hand - not the least of which are The Arrogant Bastard and The Dirty Bastard.
Traveling Easterly, we move on over to Europe, with those fancy, kind of fruity, kind of heady brews. They've got their finesse, they are besotted in their fineries, and they hail from so many monied histories. The Leffe Blonde, the Petrus Oud Bruin, the Unibroe Blance de Chambly, the La Trappe Quadrubel... they've got their appeal for the right kind of girl.
A little further on down the way, we hit the great lagers of Germany and their many loyal compatriots, those hearty standard-bearers with high expectations and mildly mainstream mantras: Grolsch, Heineken, Harp, Peroni. European Football session masters.