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Old 04-09-2013, 09:44 PM   #1
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I've scoured the web; maybe not good enough.

Anyone know if there is an add-on to Beersmith for Muntons extracts?

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Old 10-31-2013, 08:58 AM   #2
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Ive looked for this too but cant find it.

 
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Old 11-05-2013, 01:02 PM   #3
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I've been looking also but have not found an add-on. However, I did find the info below...... Anyone know how to convert this info into Beersmith?

George

Premium Bitter - Classic English pub bitter -well balanced and full of taste. England's favourite beer. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 27 - 33 Bitterness (EBU's) 45 - 55 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Premium Lager - Golden crisp beer popular in northern Europe. Light and refreshing. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 8 - 12 Bitterness (EBU's) 25 - 35 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Canadian Style Ale - A dark sweet yet subtle beer brewed to quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 8 - 12 Bitterness (EBU's) 25 - 35 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Brown Ale - Full bodied satisfyingly dark with good hoppy overtones. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 90 - 100 Bitterness (EBU's) 17 - 23 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Pale Ale - A dark sweet yet subtle beer brewed to quench the thirst and satisfy the hunger. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 22 - 28 Bitterness (EBU's) 17 - 23 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

American Style Light Beer - A gentle delicate light lager, subtly flavoured yet refreshing to the full. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 4 - 8 Bitterness (EBU's) 18 - 27 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Blonde Beer - Reminiscent of the slightly hoppier lager style beers popular throughout Canada. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 8 - 12 Bitterness (EBU's) 25 - 35 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Dry Lager - Golden crisp beer popular in northern Europe. Light and refreshing. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 8 - 12 Bitterness (EBU's) 25 - 35 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Premium Pilsner - Light and delicate, this pilsner is a great thirst quencher. OG 1036 to 1040. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 4 - 7 Bitterness (EBU's) 25 - 35 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Anniversary Ale - Rich and warming with an unmistakable "aged" flavour - this beer should ideally be served in nips. OG 1060 to 1064. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 27 - 33 Bitterness (EBU's) 45 - 55 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

Cerveza - A gentle, delicate light lager subtly flavoured, refreshing to the full. Typical analyses when canned Colour (EBC Units) 8 - 12 Bitterness (EBU's) 45 - 55 Solids (by refractometer) 80% - 82% Acidity (as lactic) 1% max pH 5 - 6 Free Amino Nitrogen 0.15%

 
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Old 11-14-2013, 01:25 PM   #4
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The beersmith site has videos on how to add to the lists. Here's the tutorial video;
http://http://beersmith.com/adding-i...n-beersmith-2/ So you go to the tabs at the top of BS2 & click Ingredients,then add hops,grains yest,etc. Then a little window pops up to add it,but you need the info on what you're adding. The video explains it.
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Old 11-14-2013, 08:25 PM   #5
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Like uniondr said, the videos are a good place to start.

You will also probably have to do a bit of work on converting the EBC to SRM, and the EBU value to IBU - gal/lb.

I think there are some threads on the Beersmith support forums that explain how to do the necessary math.
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