So I had my first brew about 3 days ago, it was a pretty basic Hefe recipe I put together after like a month of studying and comparing different recipes. First thing I do now when I wake up, get home from work and last thing before bed is go to the basement and check on my fermenter. Seeing the airlock bubble away yesterday morning was the next closest feeling to when I first saw my son's heartbeat on the ultrasound (don't tell my wife). So after I do that all I can think about the rest of the day is my next brew! My main challenge is picking out a new recipe though. I tend to overthink things (think like Chidi from the Good Place) when it comes to making decisions. I've looked at several recipes and styles but everything that sounds good has scared me away because it either seems too complex or too expensive. Was hoping if you guys are willing to indulge my insanity that I could pick your brains for suggestions. Here's what I'm working with/looking for: I brew in a 28 quart (7 gallon) turkey fryer Fermenter volume is 5 gallons I do extract, I have everything I would need to BIAB but I'd prefer to work on my process a little more before throwing a whole new method into the mix. Ambient temperature in my basement this time of year is typically about 66 degrees F My temperature control right now is limited to tempature strips, a wet shirt and a fan although I am looking to upgrade eventually. I enjoy a very wide range of styles although I typically like to drink pretty seasonally (wheats in summer, darker in fall, porters and stouts in winter) I got fatigued by the IPA craze quite a while back so no need for anything above 50 IBU No leftover ingredients from my first brew so I'll be buying everything new for this brew My first brew cost $40 USD and I'd prefer not to go too much higher than that if possible. Sorry for the mega post. Look forward to your input.