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Beersmith s/w

Postby robint » Tue Nov 14, 2017 7:28 am

:D Hi Shiners
Has anyone tried the Beersmith software, looks impressive for ca$27

It flashed thru a way in which the ingredients data base can be added with new ingredients, but also showed what looked like a periodic update of a collection of new ingredients that can be added to the s/w databases. Anyone know how thats done? Do you need a premium subscription or some catch like that? :roll:

Maybe i am in the wrong forum here as your glued to spirits, maybe you have a sister site that deals with brewing :?:

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Re: Beersmith s/w

Postby ShineonCrazyDiamond » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:36 am

Don't know about glued....many of us brew and make wine, etc. If you actually look around, you might find we have an entire forum for beer...

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Re: Beersmith s/w

Postby NcHooch » Tue Nov 14, 2017 4:12 pm

I use Beersmith for making beer. It's well worth the cost, and as you noticed when new hops, or yeasts, or beer styles emerge, you can update the program with the updates. (no charge) .
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Re: Beersmith s/w

Postby bilgriss » Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:27 am

It's a good program, and it occasionally will go on sale for about five dollars less than that, if you keep your eyes open. I use it mainly for beer, but it's also very good for figuring out mash quantities, expected yields, recipe adjustments, refractometer corrections post-fermentation, and so forth.
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