I definitely feel that I'm always improving, in part due to the wealth of knowledge on this forum. I just felt that, after a couple decades of brewing, it's fun to look back on some of the really memorable ones. Sometimes, even though I brew and hit numbers pretty consistently, there's that batch sometimes that just freaking nails it head on.
The next one.
Right on! Always improving. At least I hope so.
Well, I tend to brew the same handful of recipes over and over so it's hard for one or two batches to stand out.
I would say my Resignation Ale, brewed after I quit my job in 2006, was quite good. And quite strong. Probably close to a barley wine, but really just a strong ale. Aged in bottles and the last one went into a glass sometime late last year or early this year.
The saison (pronounced "say, son") I brewed for my 1st daughters Christening. Also quite strong. The priest passed out in a chair later that day. Perhaps he was just tired?
Maybe my first batch of clones of Chimay or Kwak.
These are really more my most memorable, rather than best. Certainly subsequent batches of Chimay and Kwak have improved but nothing's really the same as the first good Belgian you brew.