We favour a diverse beer market with lots of choice, in which everyone can find something to their taste.
That, by definition, means more beers on sale that some people won’t like — too fizzy, too sour, too hazy, too flat, too strong, too expensive, too sweet, too something, to appeal to everyone.
Simple rules — clear is good, ‘real ale’ is best, no ‘additives’ — are easy to learn, but also lead to homogeneity.
If we want more interesting beer, we need to accept more complicated rules.
Yes, that might put some people off playing, but it might well draw others in.