My opinion: Over the past five years, amazing beer has become very common. The average brewery has upped its game; most I visit have a least pretty good beer, and a lot have amazing beer. Distribution has improved as well, bringing more great-to-amazing beer to more people. The effect for me has been to make me less of a rabid fan for individual breweries. I live in Indy and my mom lives in Crown Point, Indiana, near Three Floyds, and I have been a big customer of their beer since the early 2000s and a frequenter of the brewpub since 2015 (when I realized that they had great food too--hope they open up again!). I was a real fanboi for awhile there. But dang, there is so much great beer now! I have been working in Mobile, AL, since last year, and Southern Prohibition out of Hattiesburg, MS, makes some world-class stuff, like their Crowd Control IPA and Typical Tuesday Pilsner. The actual brewery scene in town isn't that great (Haint Blue shut down soon after I arrived, *weep*), but I am getting my IPA and lager fix (my two favorite styles). Heck, macros and big independents are making great beer too. Right now I am drinking Hazy Little Thing from Sierra Nevada, and it is absolutely fine (not throwing shade at SN; the point being that when someone wants to put out a beer in a certain style these days, more often than not they succeed). TL;DR: The increasing availability of great beer has made me more of a "great beer" fan these days than an individual brewery fan. Do you agree with my assessment? Have things changed for you as well? Thanks in advance for your thoughts! Cheers, Matt.