You may not recognize most of them, cause these are polish, german and usually european ones (read: the best).
But maybe if you'll find one in your shop (somehow?) buy it! And pour it inside of you!
Dark beer, stout:
Amber Brewery (Poland), 6,5% vol, bock.
Just drank it. It's soooooo good. Quite expensive - 4,5zł (1,5$) - normal beers cost around 2-3zł (0.70$ - 1$) here. But well worth it. Nice brown foam, amber-red colour. In taste - little bit more bitter than lagers, but very well balanced.
Czewony Smok (Red Dragon)
Fortuna Brewery (Poland), 6,2% vol, dark full.
Costs around 2,5zł so it's cheap. And it's one of my favorite beers. Amber-red colour. In taste bitter with little bit vanilla(?). Good combination.
Magor (?)(Ireland), (dunno) % vol, dry stout.
Haven't drank many stouts, but this was kinda good. Dark as your mother's teeth, fanatastic foam (you must cut it with a knife), good taste, bitter, maybe little bit too watery. Not many info, cause I drank it in a pub (very expensive - 9zł).
Perła Chmielowa (Hop Pearl)
Lubelskie Brewery (Poland), 6% vol, pils.
Common beer in Poland, you can buy it in every shop for around 2 -2,8zł. But it's very very good. My everyday beer. Good foam, soothing, yet strong hop taste.
Noteckie Jasne Pils (Noteckie Pale Pilsener)
Czarnków Brewery (Poland), 5,6% vol, pils, unpasteurized.
330ml bottle for 2,6zł, rare one. Voted the best beer in Poland of 2009 and it deserves it. And I really like the old-styled etiqutte. I taste quite similar to Perła, but is less "hoppy".
More soon, btw the pictures are not mine. I drink beer faster than I can photograph them.