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seatbelt123 11-05-2011 01:45 PM

iBrewMaster (iPhone) - Great
 
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I've been using iBrewmaster for about a month for three brews. I think it's great and well worth the $6 investment. I like that I can have quick access to my info while brewing or away from the home. E.g at the LHBS I can quickly see what ingredient substitutions will do.

I've included a couple of screen shots below...

Btw, purchase price includes the Northern Brewer recipes.


seatbelt123 11-05-2011 01:45 PM

iBrewMaster (iPhone) - Great
 
4 Attachment(s)

I've been using iBrewmaster for about a month for three brews. I think it's great and well worth the $6 investment. I like that I can have quick access to my info while brewing or away from the home. E.g at the LHBS I can quickly see what ingredient substitutions will do.

I've included a couple of screen shots below...

Btw, purchase price includes the Northern Brewer recipes.


seatbelt123 11-05-2011 01:45 PM

iBrewMaster (iPhone) - Great
 
4 Attachment(s)

I've been using iBrewmaster for about a month for three brews. I think it's great and well worth the $6 investment. I like that I can have quick access to my info while brewing or away from the home. E.g at the LHBS I can quickly see what ingredient substitutions will do.

I've included a couple of screen shots below...

Btw, purchase price includes the Northern Brewer recipes.


seatbelt123 11-05-2011 01:45 PM

iBrewMaster (iPhone) - Great
 
4 Attachment(s)

I've been using iBrewmaster for about a month for three brews. I think it's great and well worth the $6 investment. I like that I can have quick access to my info while brewing or away from the home. E.g at the LHBS I can quickly see what ingredient substitutions will do.

I've included a couple of screen shots below...

Btw, purchase price includes the Northern Brewer recipes.


seatbelt123 12-26-2011 01:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Grinder12000
Not a fan at all of this app - there is no infusion strike calculator which is a main function.

For instance - I have 4 lbs of grain at 68 degrees and 1.5 gallons of water. I want to mash a 152 - how hot should the initial water be! ???

RTFI much?

Sent from my iPhone using HB Talk

seatbelt123 12-26-2011 01:10 PM

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Grinder12000
Not a fan at all of this app - there is no infusion strike calculator which is a main function.

For instance - I have 4 lbs of grain at 68 degrees and 1.5 gallons of water. I want to mash a 152 - how hot should the initial water be! ???

RTFI much?

Sent from my iPhone using HB Talk

BurgBrewer 10-10-2012 07:45 AM

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Here is a quick view of a recipe. I haven't mastered the art of ibrewmaster yet.


alestateyall 05-11-2013 11:22 PM

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Originally Posted by bottlebomber

Because there's no Nelson... No galaxy.. No Styrian Aurora.. Probably 75% of the hops I use aren't on the list. So when I want to build a recipe using those hops, I just manipulate the AA of centennial to get my numbers, then I add in what the actual hop schedule was in my notes. Since I can input the actual hop schedule in the software.
Oh. Why not just add those hops in the setup menu? setup -> hops -> edit -> Add new hops

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Notice the second hops on the list "bottlebomber."


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