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Old 10-08-2011, 03:32 PM   #21
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So, has anyone had the opportunity to check me for mistakes? I know I had to make a few. I hope everyone is just busy and when they get to it they can make me feel better about the recipes and equipment I used in the program.

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Old 10-15-2011, 11:03 PM   #22
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I own an ebook copy. Does that count?

BTW, can Beer Smith export in beer.xml files? If so, could you do those as well? I use BeerAlchemy on my MacBook Pro in the brew haus (my garage), and it'll only import beer.xml files.

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Old 10-16-2011, 04:37 PM   #23
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I think I will have to export them as single files to add to dropbox, so it would be a bit daunting to do. Anyway you can download BS or BS2 trial and import them to turn into xml's yourself? I will keep trying, but I think it may be too much time for me.

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Old 10-17-2011, 01:42 PM   #24
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So, is anyone having trouble downloading them or anything? I am just curious if anyone has been able to look them over. Please let me know.

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This was awesome for you to do.. I just haven't had any time to brew.. let alone look at them. I will be brewing about 6 batches in November and a couple will be BCS. I will look at them then.

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I have downloaded them all and scaled the recipes to my Biab set up everything looks good. I will probably go through them all al edit the extra yeast out because I use dry yeast most of the time. I really appreciate all of the work you have done and look forward to seeing the rest of the recipies.

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Hi,

I downloaded yesterday no problem and had a quick look. I don't have the book so I cant check them but most look good and the ones like the pale and amber ales match what I have already found on the net. I didn't look through every single one of them though. After reading some of these recipes I think I will need to go and pick myself up a copy of the book.

Really good work mate.

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Good to hear they are working properly in dropbox for you guys. I can't wait to get time to finish the remaining non-fruit beer recipes. As one of my favorite cigar chomping heroes catch phrase said, "I love it when a plan comes together."

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My book just arrived last night. I found it to be a good read. I am excited to try some of these great recipes. It was on my wish list, but this thread moved it to the top of my reading list.

I don't have BeerSmith, though. I use BrewTarget. Has anyone converted these to BeerXML?

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Yeah, I tried to do a couple of more recipes to finish... I have come to the conclusion that these fifty may act as a teaser for people who want more to get the book. Those that have the book, can add the few rest of the recipes as they want to brew them. I am just going to make sure I got these right and offer them here for all of us to download. I am glad EricCSU has started on the Can You Brew It recipes for Beersmith. I wish I could have helped him out with that. In my mind those would have been way easier for me, since they offer very specific information in the way of ingredients all the way down to specific maltsters in some recipes.

Anyways, I'm still open to everyone's comments about the BCS recipes, so please don't be shy if you have advice/criticism/etc.

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