Just got an email from the AHA about the new AHA layout, which I really like.
I was poking around looking for some recipe ideas and so I searched "Franconia" and the only hit I got was this:https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/homebrew-recipe/prost-bock/
That page mentions that the recipe is from November/December 2011 so I went to the online Zymurgy archive to read the whole article but couldn't find it in that issue. So I used the search function within the online Zymurgy magazine app (mydigitalpublication) and was able to find the article. Turns out it is from the November/December 2014 issue, not 2011. (Not sure who at AHA to tell this to.)
So here is a question I have. Why is the search function within the Zymurgy magazine app (mydigitalpublication) so good but the Zymurgy search on the AHA website (https://www.homebrewersassociation.org/zymurgy-magazine/
) so bad? If I type "Franconia" on that Zymurgy page it comes up with zero hits, but if I search within the mydigitalpublication app I get 18 hits? And If I search the AHA website I get only that one hit for Franconia, which is how I came to that recipe in the first place?
Oh well. As long as the mydigitalpublication search doesn't go away, I know the best place to go to search for AHA content. And there is so much good content. I love having those Zymurgy archives.