You're looking at doing some complicated beers there. I can appreciate that. Personally, I like to stick to more simple beers but perfect them to the best of my ability. I have my brown recipe down. Now all I need is to work on roasting the adjunct malts on my own. That is the hard part. I want to get to the point the where I can malt my own grains but I know crystals are going to be difficult.
As it is now. I buy all my adjuncts. Just no time nor ability to make them. But I DO make a damn good brown. It is my best for sure.
I am going to do a Barleywine within the next few months though. I came up with a pretty decent recipe. I'm hoping it'll have about a 20 year shelf-life. I just need to buy some wine bottles. I'm not going to use any of my fliptops for something I might not drink for 10 or 20 years.
And of course my corny kegs are out of the question. I need those for all my other beers. only have 3 Cornys : /