Hi all, I'm quite a new brewer, done 7 brews so far. I use extract style and I am more than happy with my results...… BUT...… I am now confused. Up to now, I've primary fermented for two weeks, secondary for another two weeks, carbonated in secondary bin and bottled. left to carbonate for a fortnight at room temperature, then put them in the fridge at @ 6.5 degrees c. Then left them for months, trying them at different stages. Absolutely happy with my efforts, and definitely liking and noticing the changes in taste. Lately I have been reading, to age beer like mine, it should be kept at 'cellar' temp, @50 degrees f. I have no cellar or anything like, and I am now wondering what to do to age my beer properly? Or should I ignore this and stay happily ignorant? My homebrews are generally very dark porters and stouts sitting around 8.5 - 10 abv. Thanks for reading and any guidance appreciated.