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It might be a sign of the age of the beer, and it won't hurt to give it some more time to see if it improves. Not having tasted it, I suspect that it might not. In general I wouldn't think of aging as improving a taste I would describe as "weak" or "flat" though. Aging tends to smooth out the flavors and allow different notes to blend and become more ...


When its really fresh its still a sum of its parts. Water, yeast, malt and hops. In time the flavors marry and it becomes beer. I know that sounds hokey but its the exact same thing as simmering soup. At first its just water, vegetables meat and salt. But after a long simmer its something better. Scientifically, who knows whats really going on ...

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