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Old 11-30-2006, 07:06 PM   #1
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Wasn't someone around here talking about this great Excel Spreadsheet they made up that works well for their brewing notes? It was several months ago I think. I'd sure like to see that?



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I made one...is this what you were referring to?

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=14187

If you are an excel whiz and make any cool additions/changes, please send it to me, I'd love to keep improving that thing!



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That is it.
Thanks !

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Wasn't someone around here talking about this great Excel Spreadsheet they made up that works well for their brewing notes? It was several months ago I think. I'd sure like to see that?
If you ever have a spare $20 laying around, get ProMash. I swear by it. There's another one, called Brewcraft or some such thing, which might be better...but yeah, it's definitely changed the way I brew.
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I have both promash and beer smith, and I perfer beer smith.

They both do a great job, just there are subtle differences which cause me to prefer beersmith. Both very fine programs though.

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I made one...is this what you were referring to?

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=14187

If you are an excel whiz and make any cool additions/changes, please send it to me, I'd love to keep improving that thing!
I don't claim to be a "whiz" per se... but I'm going to have it calculate IBU's (should be fairly easy) and I should be able to automate the charts to automatically move your lines for SG, FG, and that stuff.

Stay tuned....


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