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Old 11-27-2012, 01:04 PM   #11
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Is there a way for a guy to attach his beersmith file when the post a recipe?
TxBrew supposedly added the .bsm (beersmith) and .bxml (beer xml) extensions to the list of allowed attachedments. So, if you look at the bottom of the PC screen in the quick reply area you'll see Manage Attachments. Try it and see if it works.
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Old 11-27-2012, 11:01 PM   #12
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This looks almost exactly like the next brew Ihave planned. Except I'll be doing BIAB, so no rice hulls. But the volumes look spot on to my setup. How did this turn out.
i used ride hulls even when i did it biab, and I'm glad I did
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:19 AM   #13
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TxBrew supposedly added the .bsm (beersmith) and .bxml (beer xml) extensions to the list of allowed attachedments. So, if you look at the bottom of the PC screen in the quick reply area you'll see Manage Attachments. Try it and see if it works.
Challenge accepted!

I just got an issue of BYO in the mail today. There will be something in there that I want to add to my database.
Maybe I'll add one to Beersmith and see if I can upload it.

It would be nice to be able to download the recipe rather than type it.
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Old 11-28-2012, 03:27 AM   #14
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Wow so a 100% rye grain bill is possible with enough rice hulls. I've only gone up to 33% in the past. I may have to give this a try someday.
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Old 11-28-2012, 04:05 AM   #15
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i used ride hulls even when i did it biab, and I'm glad I did
How do the rice hulls help in a bag?

 
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Old 11-28-2012, 04:11 AM   #16
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Challenge accepted!

I just got an issue of BYO in the mail today. There will be something in there that I want to add to my database.
Maybe I'll add one to Beersmith and see if I can upload it.

It would be nice to be able to download the recipe rather than type it.
Too slow, try the elbow.

Here's a Rye IPA I made two weeks ago. Looks like the attachments work again (they used to a couple of years ago too).
File Type: bsmx Rye IPA.bsmx (24.8 KB, 80 views)
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Old 11-28-2012, 05:45 AM   #17
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Too slow, try the elbow.

Here's a Rye IPA I made two weeks ago. Looks like the attachments work again (they used to a couple of years ago too).
You beat me to it!
I didn't find anything in this magazine that inspired me, but I did find an espresso stout that sounded good on their web site and uploaded it.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f68/coff...-stout-370577/

Much better having the file uploaded if you've got it anyway. Lots of people on here use beersmith so why not make it easy and include the file?

By the way, let me know how the Rye IPA comes out. I would't mind adding it to my database if you like how it came out.
I've liked my smallish experiments with rye. I made a coffee rye beer a while back based on what I had around the house. It came out very bitter. After a few months, it was awesome though. Durring the bitter time, I thought it was a flop and threw out the notes from making it! Wish I would have kept them. That was before beersmith ( for me ) or else I would still have the notes.
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Old 11-28-2012, 12:34 PM   #18
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You beat me to it!
I didn't find anything in this magazine that inspired me, but I did find an espresso stout that sounded good on their web site and uploaded it.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f68/coff...-stout-370577/

Much better having the file uploaded if you've got it anyway. Lots of people on here use beersmith so why not make it easy and include the file?

By the way, let me know how the Rye IPA comes out. I would't mind adding it to my database if you like how it came out.
I've liked my smallish experiments with rye. I made a coffee rye beer a while back based on what I had around the house. It came out very bitter. After a few months, it was awesome though. Durring the bitter time, I thought it was a flop and threw out the notes from making it! Wish I would have kept them. That was before beersmith ( for me ) or else I would still have the notes.
The Rye IPA is great. I've made it 5 times already. It's mostly a copy of Denny Conn's Wry Eye IPA.

As I said, the attachments were at one time allowed here. HBT had an attack of some sort a couple of years ago and TxBrew turned off a bunch of the attachment types to avoid trojan horse attacks.

Yes, beersmith is a great tool not only for creating recipes but for archiving them. I used to have a notebook too but it's long gone. It literally started rotting, and I through it away when the pages started falling apart.
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:59 AM   #19
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How do the rice hulls help in a bag?
have you ever tried stirring a cinder block?

 
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Old 11-29-2012, 04:09 AM   #20
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The Rye IPA is great. I've made it 5 times already. It's mostly a copy of Denny Conn's Wry Eye IPA.
Well it looked good so I'll give it a try then. I'm going to add it to the beersmith database.
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