On another food (non-professional) forum a question was raised by a long-time patron (10 years). He was there on a regular evening with a group eating and drinking, one of his friends ordered a micro brew tap beer and didn't like it. He had only consumed a couple of ounces and returned it for something else. At the end of the night they were charged for both the returned beer and the replacement. The OP said he was startled and asked if this was normal. To my surprise 17 people (all non professionals) stated that the OP was wrong and should pay for the beer. 3 people (2 owner/operators and 1 non professional) stated that the beer was not drunk and should have been comped. A lot of words were exchanged but virtually of the non-professionals customers felt that if you order a drink or food in a restaurant and you don't like it (nothing wrong with it, just don't like the taste) it's your tough luck. I was one of the owner/operators that said the cost of the beer is pennies compared the amount of ill will it created. This was a no-brainier in my mind, he didn't drink it, he didn't like it, take it back and get him something he likes. Am I that out of touch with the professional side of the world for thinking the un-drunk beer should have been comped? What would you think if this happened to you in a restaurant?