10 Reasons to Stop Being a Jerk and Drink a Fruit Beer
The first is just incredibly frustrating to deal with. He or she is a variant of beer snob who will think nothing of calling their Imperial India Pale Ale "citrusy" or claim their Russian Imperial Stout tastes like "dark fruits," but turn away from a beer like a vampire from garlic if there's even a hint of apricot, tangerine or (heaven forfend) berry in the recipe.
The second is likely someone close to you whose palate has been weathered by time and countless battles with beer snobs. They insist that "beer should taste like beer" and are the loudest voice in the room when someone disparages a light lager made by Anheuser-Busch InBev
These two breeds of beer drinker can make life miserable for those who just want to enjoy a beer in peace and can ruin an otherwise wonderful beer experience by suggesting the presence of fruit in beer indicates there's something wrong with the drinker. The one universal truth about these two folks is that they're both best ignored around this time of year.