Originally Posted by WoodlandBrew
if you are bottling instead of keging, that beer, being light on flavor and body would probably do best aging in bottles right after fermentation is complete. Two weeks in the basement, then one week in the fridge works for me on lower gravity beers.
I agree with that, bottle conditioning seems to really help aging. Plus it's easy to then test beers to see if they've aged enough, just pop open a bottle.