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Old 05-25-2012, 12:44 PM   #21
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where are you seeing $20? at the site, it looks like it is $28. wish it was $20...
Here it is for $21.95, spend a few minutes you may find it for less.


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Old 05-25-2012, 12:50 PM   #22
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Here it is for $21.95, spend a few minutes you may find it for less.
$21.89 here. I win!

http://www.birdmanbrewing.com/beersm...dable-version/


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Old 05-25-2012, 01:20 PM   #23
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oh, cool. thanks passedpawn & bad67z
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Old 05-25-2012, 02:53 PM   #24
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Actually I win!

Just posted our Memorial Day Sale price of $19.95 this weekend only - lowest price we've ever offered directly for BeerSmith 2.1. Sale ends Tuesday 29 May at midnight Eastern time.
http://beersmith.com

We're also offering BeerSmithRecipes.com subscriptions for 30% off.
http://beersmithrecipes.com/upgrade

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Old 05-25-2012, 02:58 PM   #25
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Brad,

Rad, thanks! Just bought it. That extra $8 was a psychological barrier for me.

I'm going to change my own oil this weekend and use the savings to buy beersmith. At least that's what I'll tell my wife, the household accountant

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Old 05-25-2012, 03:31 PM   #26
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OK, OK, OK,

Really. I'm not trying to be difficult .............. it just comes naturally.

I went to another Beerfest on Friday ..................... what do you know................ the personal stuff I brew is better. Things I learned on HBT.

I bought the software. I'm using it. I like it. It is a valuable piece of my brewing equipment.

But the biggest improvement to all my brewing needs has been HBT. Beersmith does not replace this forum, simply adds to it. It is simply another piece to add to my brewing hobby.

P.S. Now I wish that I could find the same value in every $20 I spend.
That didn't take much convincing.

I was going to say, you may be brewing others recipes but, your system may have a different efficiency than the originator of the recipe so you need to adjust your ingrediants. Or you may want to try your hand at tweaking a recipe. Or the hops you're using may have a different AA and you need to adjust amounts. Beersmith is superb for altering ingrediants and seeing the results. And now it's even better.

Just think, alot of people paid the same amount for older versions with alot fewer features. You are getting an awesome product at a fantastic price point.

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Actually I win!

Just posted our Memorial Day Sale price of $19.95 this weekend only - lowest price we've ever offered directly for BeerSmith 2.1. Sale ends Tuesday 29 May at midnight Eastern time.
http://beersmith.com

We're also offering BeerSmithRecipes.com subscriptions for 30% off.
http://beersmithrecipes.com/upgrade

Cheers,
Brad

And once again Brad proves why he and his product are the benchmark IMHO when it comes to brewing software and support. Thanks Brad.
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Old 05-25-2012, 04:22 PM   #28
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Just went on sale today, for 19.99. On another note..i just bought it last night! <--- this was mentioned already in the thread, whoops

Does beersmith have a printable instructional guide? If it does, where can I locate it? < ----- this was not

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Old 05-25-2012, 05:10 PM   #29
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I don't have a printable guide, but in about 20 minutes you can learn all you need to on the videos page:
http://beersmith.com/video

I recommend the one on setting up an equipment profile (very important), and creating a recipe. Browse the others as needed.

The new BeerSmithRecipes.com overview (though a bit long at 8 minutes) shows you how to use the new recipe sharing/storage site as well.

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I don't have a printable guide, but in about 20 minutes you can learn all you need to on the videos page:
http://beersmith.com/video

I recommend the one on setting up an equipment profile (very important), and creating a recipe. Browse the others as needed.

The new BeerSmithRecipes.com overview (though a bit long at 8 minutes) shows you how to use the new recipe sharing/storage site as well.

Brad
Looks like a great video, thanks for the information. I appreciate the quick response too

Really excited to start using the program, it looks great.


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