Sam Adams, Boston Lager
Primary #1 - Pale Ale
Primary #2 - Nut Brown
Secondary #1 - Air
Secondary #2 - AirBottled:
#1 - Bourbon Vanilla Porter
#2 - Red Rye
#3 - Cider
#4 - Empty.
Boulevard Unfiltered Wheat
Snpa. Wasn't many choices in the begining.
That, and being a broke college student. I first started brewing in 1991 from Munton & Fison kits because I was broke.
New Belgiums Belgo Belgian IPA.
I had had some "good" beers (by college terms), Killians, Newcastle, and Guinness, but when I tasted the Hops and Citrus I was blown away.
Portland Brewing's Oregon Honey beer, maybe 1996.
I've long become a purist since, never flavoring my beers, but it was the eye opener for me to launch me into the hobby.
Yuengling for me. It's not exactly craft, but it opened me up to beers that actually taste good.