I recently starting brewing more and more lagers and I'm running into a storage quandry. I keg all of my beers and counterpressure fill to bottles for parties and competitions. I want to age some of my bigger beers (doppelbock, dunkel, etc.) to see how the flavors develop over 6 months to a year. I could keep the beer in kegs but I only have so much cold space. Would bottling the beers to, keep 4-6 of each kind on hand in the fridge, cause them to age differently than they would in the keg? My main concern is that sediment will accumulate in each bottle and then be roused if I were to enter into any competitions.