Just wondering how other people's homebrewing careers have changed over the years. Beyond the progression from an extract kit to all grain, I've noticed a few trends in my brewing. At first, I would go for the biggest, hoppiest, booziest brew i could do. No style wws brewed twice, let alone the same recipe. Things were done in big bold strokes, subtlety was not the name of the game. Maybe it was the switch to all grain that really shifted things, i was constrained in the amount of grain i could use, and therefore restricted a bit in my brewing choices. Smaller batches, experiments, and session ales started to come into the brewing schedule. I also started going back to previously brewed styles, as well as tweaking some earlier recipes. And using techniques, ingredients and styles that i never heard of just a few years ago. I'm also starting to create my own recipes from scratch, i dont have to copy and tweak an existing recipe or do a ton of research on what this malt does that type of hops. Idk, i know I've only been doing this for about 4 years now, so i still have a lot to learn and experience. Just kind of cool to reflect a bit on what I've done so far. How about you?