I'm a fairly long-time member of the AHA and an avid reader of a lot of magazines, include Zymurgy. The content is excellent. For me though, the re-design has me struggling to easily read it (yep, I'm in my late forties and have deteriorating eyesight). I find the font size about two points smaller than I can comfortably read after a long day and the serif typeface compounds this difficulty. In some cases, a lack of sufficient contrast between the type and the background color or image renders the page completely unreadable- take a look at page 33 (Northern Brown ale) of the current issue in print to see what I'm talking about.
Any chance the editorial staff can throw a middle-aged homebrewer a bone and make a few changes? Thanks much for what you do, and listening to me!
Happy New Year!