"British and German beer will be heavily scrutinized. Basically, anything in green or clear bottles will get you laps.
American or Belgian are your best bets"
Really? Well, it should go without saying that bribery beer must be in a brown bottle. Clear and Green are purely marketting gimmicks- neither provides much protection from UV rays that create skankiness. I was thinking along the lines of Warsteiner (German) or Bass (British). Those would be the bare minimum quality I'd consider bribe-worthy.
American Microbrews are a good choice. I'm a fan of Harpoon myself. Their Raspberry UFO is one of the few fruit-infused beers I find enjoyable.
And you can never go wrong with a Lambic.
Absinthe is legal now in the states. I 'spect you'll be getting some soon....
Tunachuckers: 13 Years of Sucking at Sucking
2008- 2010: 1966 Volvo 122, "Charlie"
2010-conversion into Plymford: 1975 Ford LTD Landau...doesn't have a name?
2018: 1950 "Plymford". Organizer's Choice - CMP Fall 2018 Hurricane Florence reschedule