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Old 10-14-2013, 02:20 AM   #1
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Default Starter gluten-free sqlite database for Brewtarget

First time posting. Thanks everyone for the great community and information. Recently I've been working on setting up Brewtarget. I was initially frustrated at the lack of default ingredients I could use.

To fix that, I created a GF version of the Brewtarget sqlite db. It removes all fermentables with gluten (and yeasts) and adds in ingredients used in GF brewing. It's by no means complete and not perfectly accurate. There's only one recipe entered. Hopefully it can be useful to others. There is a zip file with the sqlite db as well as exports of the fermentables, yeast, and misc tables. (the ingredient xmls aren't beerxml)

The simplest way to use it is to rename the sqlite file to database.sqlite and drop it in the Brewtarget data folder. Using the Merge and Restore options might work as well. I haven't experimented much.

Edit: Grain.bsmx file for Beersmith 2. Again, not perfect. Basic color and yield only.

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Old 10-21-2013, 11:52 PM   #2
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Interesting ill have to play with this.

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I down loaded the program and the GF file. Changed the name of the GF file to default_db, opened the program and all the items w/gluten still show up. Did I do something wrong?
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Bottled in the refer: Dunkelweizen
Bottled in the refer: German IPA
Bottled in the refer: Schwarzbier (lager)
Bottled in the refer: Choc/Coffee Stout
Bottled in the refe: Blonde Ale
Bottled in the refe: Irish Red Ale
Bottled in the refe: July 4th IPA
Bottled in the refe: American Imperial Stout

Wow. Nothing fermenting gotta get busy.
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