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Old 03-21-2013, 01:36 AM   #421
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There is now, if you use the iCloud. Just get the latest update to BrewPal. It's in the BrewPal settings in the app to use iCloud. I just did this a few days ago and now all my recipes are on my iPhone and iPad. It doesn't show any current status for batches you may be brewing on both of them though. That's only in the one you used on brew day.

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This is awesome!!! Thanks for the tip. I would have never found it hidden there.


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Old 06-28-2013, 07:05 PM   #422
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Any word if BrewPal is going to be at least updated to support iOS 7? Would hate to lose my favorite program!


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Old 07-19-2013, 10:08 PM   #423
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Is anyone aware if BrewPal is still being supported? I have emailed their support twice and left one review in the iTunes app store but have not received a response. I also send a direct message to them through HBT, no response.

My issue happened after replacing my iPhone. I had my BrewPal iCloud setting on and assumed all the recipes were in the 'cloud' and backed up prior to switching phones. When I received my new phone and restored from backup the xml files were not in my recipe list. I have looked in iTunes under the app and see no recipes. Also, when I click on 'Sync with iCloud' the app says that 'Recipes are automatically synced with iCloud'. Any advice, links or other experiences are appreciated.

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Old 08-02-2013, 03:15 PM   #424
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New brewer here so please excuse my ignorance if this is common knowledge. What does the 42p and 35 L mean?

Also, I am noticing there seems to be a lot of fermentables missing. Are those listed in the app generic for certain malts? If so, is there a "cheat sheet" to let me know that say Munich is golden or crystals is extra light (or whatever they may be)?
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Old 08-02-2013, 03:29 PM   #425
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I've never had a problem with not having fermentables on BrewPal. (All of the crystals and Munichs are on there too).

If you're looking for grain make sure you're looking under grain and not under extract. ;-)
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Old 08-02-2013, 03:35 PM   #426
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Ok thanks. I had the default new recipe set to extract.
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Old 10-20-2014, 02:34 PM   #427
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It seems that iCloud Syncing for Brew Pal 3.3 is no longer working on iOS 8 - still works in iOS 7 - Any one else noticing this?
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Old 11-02-2014, 01:53 AM   #428
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Only tinkering at this point, great job! For some reason I entered the fermentables from more beers pliney extract clone and the software shows 1.073, morebeer predicts 1.080.

I couldn't find maltodextrin on the ingredient options anywhere.
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Can you check your Mash Math on the newest version?

11.5 pounds of grain with a target mash of 154*.

The software says 4.3 gallons at 175*. Mash settled at 165* Had to add almost a gallon of cold tap water to get it down around 154* (153.6)

Also, Didn't an old version have a way to input "grain temp" as an option?

Could you check into it and see what you find?


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