November/December 2022

The November/December 2022 Zymurgy magazine is now available! Check out featured stories including Finding Your Mojo, Looking for Rembrandt’s Lost Beer, Cider of the Pacific Northwest, Skeptical Brewing (Pt. 6), and the Holiday Gift Guide.

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About Zymurgy

Cover Story


Finding Your Mojo

By Mark Pasquinelli

Have your brew sessions degenerated into a chore? Have you lost your homebrewing mojo? You can get it back, but first you need to take a step back. Learn to […]

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Zymurgy: November/December 2022

Zymurgy’s Holiday Gift Guide

Once again, our sponsors offer up exclusive holiday promo codes for AHA members. From boxes of hops and newly released books to density meters and innovative fermenters, there’s something here […]

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The Prodigal Son in the Tavern by Rembrandt

Zymurgy: November/December 2022

Looking for Rembrandt’s Lost Beer

There’s a party going on in Rembrandt’s painting The Prodigal Son in the Tavern. What’s that beer the man is hoisting aloft? What was beer like in Rembrandt’s time, in Amsterdam in the 17th century?

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apple orchard in the Pacific Northwest

Zymurgy: November/December 2022

Ciders of the Pacific Northwest

Nowhere is the growth of American cider more evident than in the Pacific Northwest. Cidermakers here are innovative and adventurous, influenced by an abundance of apples, the popularity of craft beer, proximity to wine country, and a favorable climate.

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Zymurgy: November/December 2022

Skeptical Brewing 6

In the final installment in the Skeptical Brewing series, we aim a critical eye at the IBU, challenge the famous “tongue map,” and consider how much a beer’s appearance influences […]

Recipes in this Issue

  • Fermented Hot Sauce
  • Preserved Lemons
  • Basic Kombucha
  • Camembert
  • Sauerkraut
  • Vegan Kimchi
  • Mol from Nijmegen, ca. 1690
  • Bush Telly
  • Hey, Porter
  • Todd the Rush Man
  • Soet Bier, 1683
  • Learn to Homebrew Day Hoppy Amber Ale
  • Bruinbitter Bier, 1687
  • Captain Clutterbuck’s Best Bitter
  • Cherryish Wheat
  • Peanut Butter–Banana Dog Treats
  • Hello Darkness Dry Oat Stout

Meet the Editor-in-Chief

Dave Carpenter

Dave brewed his first batch in 2009 and started writing about beer soon thereafter. In addition to geeking out on beer and language, Dave enjoys hiking, traveling, and other gerunds as well. Email Dave