So, I have just moved to AG . Done 4 batches and after wanting to switch and putting it off for about 18 months . I have made good beer surprisingly easy .Still learning basics and got tonnes to learn but I kind expected my early beers to suck and they really haven't. Like many, have a 3 year old with another on the way .work full time and life is busy . I can fit in a brew day every 3 to 4 few weeks with a bottling session in there someone. I'm planning my 5th beer. I'm a bit torn on how to approach my brewing for the next while . I already have literally 50 beers I want to make. But the 3rd batch I made a simple saison , even though not carbonated yet, tasted fantastic out of the fermenter .and i think id like to work on it and do it again.But then I think about all the different stuff to try .Just brewing more beer more often isn't an option with life constraints. so I'm at a philosophical brewing crossroad . In life You learn by trying a bunch of new stuff. but you also learn by refining stuff and getting better. curious about how you guys choose to use your brewing time. You like to keep trying new stuff or refine what you really like ?