Pretty much this!
It’s really nice to find a brewery with a few different styles on tap, not just IPAs made with the same base beer with a different, but often terribly similar, hop varietal. “Oh, you have 8 beers and 5 are different hazy IPAs, okay.”
It’s a bit hot right now, but man, a good, nutty brown ale is delicious when there is a chill in the air. Same with even a decent Schwarzbier.
I actually don’t mind that a few styles are on their way out or at least have hit a lull in production.
I used to drink a lot of American Strong Ales, but they often felt like they were just gimmicks to provide a strong ABV. Now breweries just lie about their ABVs and say they’re stronger than they are to get some of that “it’s so smooth for the ABV”.
Belgian Style Ales (aside from Saisons) can be good when done right, but often felt a bit too unbalanced or felt too much like they were just trying to clone a superior version I could just go and buy myself so not seeing them a lot (outside the standards from Belgium) isn’t a bad thing in my mind. I still see a fair number of breweries doing Saisons, just a lot fewer Dubbels, Tripels and Quads. Not a lot, but most of the breweries I go to usually seem to have at least one on tap. Of course, this may not fit the general trend in the rest of the industry.