EDIT: Easton, you've also gotten me into Bells Oberon. I love that beer! That is quickly climbing up my list. Bells Amber is very good also. I haven't gotten a chance yet to try their other beers, but I am stoked to try the rest (especially their Pale Ale - if you can't tell, I'm on a pale ale, IPA kick).
Oberon rocks. Most Bell's stuff does, really, but there is nothing like a cold Oberon in a glass while sitting by the lake in the Summer. Corona with lime? Pfft...NEVER~!
When I get on my hop kicks it can get interesting.
Case in point...
I found a distributor a year or two ago looking to unload some surplus Sierra Nevada cases that were brought into the region for a festival that ended up being canceled due to weather and, since I was on a MAJOR pale/IPA kick at the time, I called the regional manager directly and negotiated a killer rate ($7.99 per 12 pack, yes 12) and bought 30 (yes, 30) cases (pallets of two 12 packs) of their Pale, Anniversary Pale, and Winter Celebration ales.
It only lasted a few months.