As I am German, and although it might sound stereotypical, I like beer. I try to stay away from the "big" brands, though (e.g. Beck's et al.) and rather drink "local" beers -- especially the region where I live (Swabia) is graced with a brewery in every other town. Fortunately, the smaller German breweries are stepping up their game and providing a bigger selection of beers, from the ubiquitous Pils, Export, and different types of Weizen to Naturtrüb,dark beers, and even lagers (albeit being stereotypically pictured in the past [at least as immigrants to the U.S.] as lager-drinking, Germans actually living in Germany [at least the ones I know] are usually unfamiliar with lager beer). I am especially fond of seasonal beers. It is also quite interesting to see the local or regional varieties -- i.e. some types of beer that are only found in certain regions.
I also developed a liking for U.S. microbrewery beers -- albeit not any of the "fruity" ones Belgian beers are also quite nice (I enjoyed a stay in Chimay last year), and whenever I get to a new country, I will try their beers as well.