Brewing Software

General homebrewing talk that doesn't fall specifically within the categories below.
Post Reply
bargoon
Posts: 14
Joined: |16 Oct 2017|, 11:13
Favourite Beer: Chestnut Ale

Brewing Software

Post by bargoon »

Getting back into brewing and wondering if other brewers use pc brewing software and if they do which ones ?
Thanks all

User avatar
Warthaug
Posts: 845
Joined: |09 Apr 2011|, 19:50
Favourite Beer: The wet kind
Location: SW Ontario
Contact:

Re: Brewing Software

Post by Warthaug »

Beersmith. $20, and worth every penny
Visit my blog at suigenerisbrewing.com. Homebrewing, yeast wrangling, wild yeast and more!

User avatar
Reignman
Posts: 1844
Joined: |24 Mar 2011|, 10:28
Favourite Beer: Pilsners
Location: Cavan, Ont.

Re: Brewing Software

Post by Reignman »

I am still using Promash, but from what I hear Beersmith is the best one out there.

User avatar
brhenrio
Moderator
Posts: 508
Joined: |26 Sep 2015|, 01:01
Favourite Beer: Stouts
Location: Bonnyville, Ab

Re: Brewing Software

Post by brhenrio »

I use beersmith as well
In the fermentor: Golden Sour, Not a Pill v2
Tap 1: Puck that Filsner; Berliner Weisse
Tap 2: Not a Pill; Lager
Tap 3: Paddockwood Kolsch
Tap 4:

Dee Envy
Posts: 66
Joined: |02 Dec 2013|, 23:22
Favourite Beer: HomeBrew
Location: Parry Sound District

Re: Brewing Software

Post by Dee Envy »

I use Biabrewer. Brew in a bag is my method so it suits me fine. It hss a bit of a learning curve, but it is spot on.
Beer Beer Beer Beer
Beer Beer Beer Beer

User avatar
ECH
Posts: 338
Joined: |26 Mar 2014|, 12:25
Favourite Beer: IPA
Location: Hanwell, New Brunswick (just outside of Fredericton)
Contact:

Re: Brewing Software

Post by ECH »

Another vote for Beersmith, best $20 you will ever spend

hawkbox
Posts: 64
Joined: |21 Dec 2016|, 16:23
Location: AB

Re: Brewing Software

Post by hawkbox »

I use Brewers Friend, not quite as powerful as Beersmith (Which I also have) but available from any computer which lets me work on recipes at work and brew at home. Beersmith has a rather vertical learning curve comparatively.

Post Reply