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Old 02-10-2013, 08:20 PM   #1
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Ny good ones? Or do I need to break out my laptop and buy beer smith?

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Old 02-10-2013, 09:41 PM   #2
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I am fairly new to brewing and find Brewpal very useful. Only a couple of dollars. Beer style guidance is excellent. Timers tell you when to add hops etc.

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Old 02-10-2013, 09:42 PM   #3
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Brewpal is actually for iphone but I use it on ipad.

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Old 02-10-2013, 10:16 PM   #4
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Brewpal is actually for iphone but I use it on ipad.
Anyone who has used both have an opinion as to which is better?
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I can highly recommend iBrewmaster. It's a great app.

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iBrewmaster, it's excellent for both iPad and iPhone

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Yeah, I love iBrewmaster. The ability to edit individual batches of a recipe is great. i have used both Beersmith and iBrewmaster. Beersmith is better for designing recipes but as a brewday tool, iBrewmaster is my favority

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Yeah, I love iBrewmaster. The ability to edit individual batches of a recipe is great. i have used both Beersmith and iBrewmaster. Beersmith is better for designing recipes but as a brewday tool, iBrewmaster is my favority
Is there a way to add a batch that's not on their list?
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Is there a way to add a batch that's not on their list?
Yeah, you create it as a recipe first then you select that recipe when creating a new batch
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Is there a way to add a batch that's not on their list?
Yes, you just go to the recipes page and hit the "+" sign on the left, and it will walk you through setting up the recipe. After you set up the recipe be sure to select it in "batches" so it will keep track of when you brewed it, and you can make adjustments that reflect how the actual brew day went without messing with the original recipe.
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