After a while of rating my favorite beers, I decided it was time to get more involved and actually start to reviews them - new ones, as well as re-trying some of the ones I've had before. Does anyone else notice themselves having a huge bias towards a certain type of beer when they review? Looking at my top 5 beers, they are: Founder's Breakfast Stout, Espresso Oak Aged Yeti, BCBS, Ten Fidy, and New Holland's The Poet - all stouts. And I do love stouts, absolutely. Stouts are, without a doubt, my favorite style of beer. But I feel that since I have such a love for stouts, I'm being slightly unfair to other styles, because they won't stand a change to score as high as the stouts.... does that make sense? It's like my own personal bias is reflected in my reviews, even though I can't help it. Anyone else notice this in themselves? Certain affinities towards a specific beer style that essentially makes that style dominate your "top beers" according to the score you give them?