Zymurgy Live is an online, interactive webinar series. Invited guests present on selected topics of interest to the homebrewing community, followed by a question & answer session.
Zymurgy Live webinars are presented on a monthly to bi-monthly schedule, but frequency may vary.
All webinars are supported by WebEx, and may require a one-time downloadable browser plug-in to access the presentation. Before you join the event, please click here to make sure that you have the appropriate players to view UCF (Universal Communications Format) rich media files in the event.
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Why do we brew the way we do? Where did the idea of lagering a beer or intentionally souring it come from? How has the …More
Historically, certain styles of beer were inoculated and fermented with the microorganisms resident on malted grains. In recent years, this style of brewing has made …More
The thrill of taking the first sip of a beer that is completely your own design—from concept to consumption—is one of the many reasons that …More
Jester King has been exploring and experimenting with spontaneous fermentation for five years now. This presentation will go over our basic spontaneous beer-making processes from …More
Come prepared for this unique and memorable Zymurgy Live as Julia Herz takes your palate and your mind on a wild ride. This educational and …More
Join New Belgium Brewing Company brewmaster, Peter Bouckaert for a Zymurgy Live webinar on the history of the usage of wood in beer. Peter will cover …More
In this installment of Zymurgy Live, Randy Mosher offers listeners an overview of the tasting process and explains why tasting is such an important skill …More
On the first Saturday in August every year, the American Homebrewers Association (AHA) invites people from around the world to participate in Mead Day; a …More
All community public water systems are required annually to provide consumers important information about their drinking water quality via the Consumer Confidence Report (“CCR”), also …More
Should the next “magic ingredient” in your beer be hops you grew yourself, basil from your garden, or yeast collected from your neighbor’s pear tree? …More