Originally Posted by joe6pack
Does a longer time in the fridge lead to a bigger head? I found an IPA that got pushed to the back of the fridge last week, and when I poured it, it had 5x the head than the one I poured the day before (which had been in the fridge for 1 night.)
I don't think it's a fridge thing. I think it's purely a longer carbonation time thing. I'm at the end of my Bavarian Wheat brew and the first few bottles had hardly any head and now I'm having to slow my pour down just to make sure I don't have a pure heady beer.
Time makes the beer taste, smell and look better.