Actually, when you have experimented with things you didn't know, experiment by making simpler brews: one base malt, and one hop that you use for bittering, aroma, flavor and hopstand. Optionally dry hop, not all hops are successful for dry hopping. Or choose a known recipe and ferment it with another yeast.
I brewed a saison with Merkur hop only, which is normally considered a bittering hop, and only pilsner malt, MJ M29 yeast. A very nice recipe. Will do this again, but use MJ M31 yeast, which is more considered a tripel yeast.
Or try another mash scheme, like 59°C-65°C-72°C, on a known recipe, just to see what it does to the fermentation.
I have still five different so called "abbey yeasts", and I have re-formulated some recipes to use them. E.g. a weizen, but also using a low-attenuation abbey yeast, and a mash step of 45° to hopefully get some more clove into it. Also with Belgian abbey yeasts: introduce a slight underpitch, e.g. 0.65 instead of 0.75 million cells/Plato/ml (see yeast calculators).
Or pitch at a low temperature, but once the fermentation started, isolate your FV so that it gets warm (perhaps only do this with Belgian yeasts).
I'm on only my seventh brew (Brewzilla 30L) and am doing a second batch of 5 points best bitter (all grain kit from The Malt Miller). I've done several hoppy IPAs, a NEIPA and a Belgian Witt but this is the first that I'm doing a second batch of because it's just amazing, a really refreshing summer ale.
I have heard about 5 Points bitter it seems to be creating a bit of a renaissance in this style The Craft Beer Youtube Channel just did a video on it, shame I cant get it over here to try out.
I personally am doing mostly experimentation with styles I havent done like Baltic Porter and Alt Bier I am trying out newer hop varieties, Sabro, Bru1 etc I enjoy the experimentation aspect almost as much as the drinking
I’ve an imperial Islay stout about ready ideal nightcap. A dozen bottles of a NeIpa and a Bohemian Pilsner Lagering.
Making another Neipa next, then I’m needing to order some ingredients.
Thinking a Golden ale if anyone can point out a good all grain recipe ?
Scotch ale with maybe whisky or bourbon and a couple of Neipa and Pilsners to keep topped up.