Kgs, using splits is a great suggestion. I'll have to get some for my high gravity beers.
My thought: I don't think I've ever tasted a beer of 3% or lower abv and said dang that is a truly great beer. I've tasted beers of 5%-6%-7%-8%-9%-10% abv-etc.. and have thought that some were great tasting beers. However, I can't say the same for a low gravity beer of 3% abv or lower.
I've tasted craft brewed English MILD brown ales, and thought they were great examples of the style. But they did not not fall into the category of being some of the greatest beers I've ever had.
My objective is: To try and make a beer of 3% abv or lower, that is great tasting. Maybe this low gravity beer will not belong to any particular beer style category. Sometimes I just want to drink a cold and fizzy malty beer that is great tasting without getting a buzz. Sometimes I might want to drink the heck out of it, and sometimes I might just want to have one.