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john
06/15/08 10:33 PM  
brewing software
im looking for suggestions and or recommendations for brewing software. especially from those of you who have used different programs. if possible id like one that will calculate the change in alcohol from fruit added to secondary and one that can be used for cider and mead.

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Seanywonton (Sean White)
06/16/08 12:09 AM  
Re: brewing software
Promash for me, not that there are not other good ones out there. You can find a lot of info on this stuff (too much actually!) on the more traditional beer forums like morebeer.com. I started a thread on morebeer asking what kind of brewing software was good for a mac, which turned into a 6 page mac vs. PC debate!

Cider and mead are simple calculations, just a matter of original gravity vs. final gravity. Fruit in the secondary is a little harder to judge, but there are some good web based resources to estimate how much sugars these are adding, per pound of fruit, to your beer. Just do a google search.

DrunkenPanther
06/16/08 02:14 PM  
Re: brewing software
1 thing to consider with promash right now is that the guy who owns it is having some bigtime personal health problems with his wife and has recently not been fulfilling orders after people have paid etc.

Not saying to not go with that, but just to beware if ya do.

I use both promash and beersmith. Both pretty much do the same things....just in different ways.

 
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