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BrewMate.

  • Pebbbles
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11 years 5 months ago - 11 years 5 months ago #52 by Pebbbles
BrewMate. was created by Pebbbles
Here are the "selling points" of BrewMate.

Simple, Fast & Accurate recipe formulation
Save & Open recipes in BeerXML file format / Open Promash Recipe files
Fermentables Calculation can be switched from Percentage to Weight or vica verse "On The Fly" - Simple!
Hop quantities can either be entered in Grams (g) / Ounces (oz) or by Grams Per Litre (g/L) / Ounces Per Gallon (oz/Gal)
Temperature support for both Celsius & Fahrenheit
Volume support for both Litres and Gallons
Colour Calculations in both SRM (Standard Reference Method) & EBC (European Brewing Convention)
Balance Value / BU:GU Ratio (Bittering Units to Gravity Units)
Publish Recipe to Web Feature (check "Recipes" page above for examples)
Boil / Mash Timers & Stopwatch (With support for Hop / Misc addition alarms!)
No Chill Bitterness Adjustment
BIAB (Brew In a Bag) Software Support
Brewday Mode
"Style Nazi" Mode
Calendar for Tracking/Logging Beer Progress.
Forum Friendly text export (for sharing recipes that are easily replicated from someone elses brewhouse)
Export to Formatted HTML
Extensive database of Grains/Hops/Yeasts/Miscellaneous Ingredients (with the ability to edit or add your own)
BJCP Style Guidelines
Many tools incuded (Efficiency Calc, Strike Temp Calc, Refractometer Calc, Gravity Correction Calc, Boil Off Calc, Water Dilution Calc,Carbonation Calc, Alcohol % / Attenuation Calc, Hydrometer Temperature Calibration Calc, Timer)
Backup feature (So you'll never lose a sacred recipe!)
Portable (< 1 Megabyte) executable file (NO registry settings / bloatware / junk)
it's FREE for life (Nothing, Nada, Zilch, Zip, Zero)
www.brewmate.net
Last edit: 11 years 5 months ago by Pebbbles.

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11 years 5 months ago #96 by MrRahneM
Replied by MrRahneM on topic BrewMate.
Just to put my 2 bit in. been using brew mate for a while now. When i first used brewmate worked out how to use it in minutes. looked at pro mash and beer smith and realised it would take time to learn all the features need to get started. Thought to myself why bother brewmate is so simple.

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11 years 5 months ago #98 by munisingbeer
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hmmm looks like i can use my beersmith recapies, think i'll DL it and review it.

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11 years 5 months ago #99 by munisingbeer
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well DL'd and installed think i'll try it with my next brew day and see but it looks nice and easy, I will still use beersmith for recipe building because i like some of the style guide features but this loks like a nice way to kep my brew-log, we'll see

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