I reckon Doc's suggestion about beer being kept in fridge is pretty close. Next time you keg a beer put some into bottles and taste the difference between the keg and bottle as time progresses. I found that with my Steam beer the kegged version at 4 weeks is much more approachable than the bottled.Doc said:I'd be guessing that the possibilites could include:
Not priming with sugar
Kegs being kept at a good temperature once the beer is kegged (ie. in the fridge).
Boots.Boots said:From this you'd say that the volume you store has something to do with the aging process??