I've been pretty quiet around these parts as I haven't had much inspiration to brew recently. I've run into a problem I can't make heads or tails of and am hoping you all can help. To make it short, every one of the last 5 non-dark beers I've brewed has had a honey note emerge after being in the bottle for a month or two. A wheat beer, a pilsner (twice), a blonde ale, a pale ale -- all of them. A porter and a dubbel have come out without the honey note. To describe it, it's like you make green tea and add honey to it -- that kind of honey note. Not overpowering, but something I can't get past. Doesn't matter if I drink from the bottle or pour into a glass. I assumed sanitation first, so I cleaned everything with soap and a soft sponge, rinsed, PBW'd for 3 hours, then rinsed, then Star San'd them before use again. Even the brew kettle (easiest place for me to PBW bottles). Still got the honey the next 3 batches. Is it oxygen? I bottle straight from primary, so if it's oxygen, I likely need to upgrade the fermenter. Any other ideas from you fine folk?