Microbreweries are everywhere I live in southern California. Even Buffalo Wild Wings (a fast food chain that serves terrible buffalo wings with "craft" beers on tap) has semi-decent options. Random food trucks would partner up with a local microbrewery to carry their beers on tap to serve with their food. It's got somewhat overwhelming, and some people are getting fatigued over the myriad of options (and some taste very similar to others), but once you find those few selections of craft beers you enjoy, it's hard to let go, and I find myself patronizing a terrible restaurant just so I can get a glass of their special beer with my lunch.
Every man and his dog is making Hazy IPAs here currently, the market is flooded with them.
I have reached the point where they all taste the same to me and find myself drinking more ciders and alcoholic ginger beers as a change, I am also developing a taste for XPAs (eXtra Pale Ale).
But long gone are the days of picking up 12 or 24 pack of generic beer.