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Brewtarget

Brewtarget

Brewtarget is an open source application that helps users create and manage beer recipes. In essence this software is a beer calculator for brewing beer.

It is a Qt-based program which allows you to create recipes from a database of ingredients. It calculates all the important parameters, helps you with mash temperatures, and just makes the process of recipe formulation much easier.

It implements BeerXML and is therefore compatible with Beersmith.

 Brewtarget 2.0.1

Price
Free to download

Size
8.0MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Philip G. Lee

Website
brewtarget.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
Qt 4.5 or higher
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Features include:

  • Brewday mode: generates a set of instructions and timers
  • Automatic mash temperature/volume calculations: nail your mash temps and pre-boil volume so that you always end up with the right amount of beer at the end
  • Style checking: make sure recipes meet guidelines
  • Automatic unit conversion: enter and display measurements in whatever units you like
  • Copy recipes
  • Backup and restore all recipes
  • Priming calculator
  • Choose between Raget IBU and Tinseth calculations
  • Select between Daniels', Mosher's or Morey's colour formulae
  • Accurate calculations
  • Choose between SI/US/Imperial units
  • Scale recipes
  • Convert between units
  • Mash profiles
  • Shows style limits and boil SG

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