It has been my experience with brewing them and also with researching them that IPA’s (especially homebrewed IPA’s) have a tendency to lose both their hop aroma and flavor with the marching of time. Certainly some hold up better than others, but I’d be hard pressed to think of any that got better with age, commercial, homebrewed or otherwise. Sometimes the flavor and aroma just fades, leaving the bitterness behind. Sometimes they get grassy or astringent. So a simple question: Has anyone noticed any difference in how their IPA’s age depending on whether they are bottled or kegged? I ask because I really can’t drink a keg fast enough to *not* notice a difference by the end of the keg. So I’m wondering if I might be better off bottling the 2 or 3 IPA’s I make a year. Otherwise, I just might switch to making these for company where I know they will be gone in short order.