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    Biere de Rock Competition - First Call for Entires

    The Rock Hoppers Brew Club of Castle Rock, Colorado is proud to announce our 2nd annual homebrew competition: Biere de Rock. This AHA/BJCP sanctioned competition centers on Belgian and French styles, BJCP categories 16, 17 b through f, and 18. First Call For Entries Registration and the entry...
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    Call for Judges, Stewards and Entries: 2nd Annual Biere de Rock Competition

    The Rock Hoppers Brew Club of Castle Rock, Colorado is proud to announce our 2nd annual homebrew competition: Biere de Rock. This AHA/BJCP sanctioned competition centers on Belgian and French styles, BJCP categories 16, 17 b through f, and 18. Judging will take place December 4, 2010. A...
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    What software do you use?

    I develop and use BrewBlogger for everything...recipe formulation, calculations, conversions, equipment profiles - the works. Everything is housed online on my website - I can access my installation from anywhere there is an internet connection. It's mobile friendly as well, so I can...
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    Software available

    Please add BrewBlogger to the list - it's free and open source. Here's the description: BrewBlogger is a easy to set up, easy to use, browser-based homebrew logging and calculation suite. It is a PHP/MySQL-based system that provides today's brewer not only a fast and easy way to record their...
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    How big is your HLT?

    I have a 15.5 gallon converted keg and it works for me just fine with ten-gallon batches, even for big brews. I rarely need more than 15 gallons of strike water. That said, my advice would be to get as big a vessel as you can manage. Especially when you are looking to step up your volumes in...
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    Announcing the Bière de Rock Competition

    Please do! Just drop off your bottles and entry fees at the Brew Hut starting this Saturday. Remember...there's a first time for everything. Entering AND winning. Cheers,
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    Announcing the Bière de Rock Competition

    The Rock Hoppers Brew Club of Castle Rock, Colorado is proud to announce our inaugural homebrew competition: Bière de Rock. This AHA/BJCP sanctioned competition centers on Belgian and French styles, BJCP categories 16, 17 b through f, and 18. Judging will take place December 5, 2009...
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    Simple Brew Timer (working version!)

    Yuri, What would it take to launch the timer from one of the brewing software applications with the hops/additions/times/etc. auto-populated? For example, I author and use BrewBlogger, which is browser based. Could I embed the timer in a browser window and pass the necessary information for...
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    Simple Brew Timer (working version!)

    Wait, nevermind. The sound I was hearing was actually the ALERT sound. My bad. With that in mind, I'll echo another's suggestion to have that alert be customizable so I can use a loud klaxon sound or something... Again, thanks for the timer it's working out awesome for me (now that I've...
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    Simple Brew Timer (working version!)

    Yuri, First of all, thanks for the timer. I'm using it as we speak for my current brew session - two 5 gallon batches from the same mash. In fact, this is why I downloaded your software: so I can monitor timing on two different batches of wort boiling at the same time with differing...
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    BrewBlogger 2.2 Released, Looking for Input

    Yes and no. At present, the program is stand-alone. That said, since the program is open-source, an enterprising someone may find a way to code an integration script or skin so BrewBlogger can be inside of, say, a Drupal installations. That someone, however, is not me. My skillz only go...
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    BrewBlogger 2.2 Released, Looking for Input

    Thanks very much. This has been two years in the making...I'm still working out the kinks, so thanks for giving it a go! Oskar Stephens, the mastermind behind the BeerXML import, knows about this issue. In fact, it's because of BeerSmith's quirks that the ability to import BeerXML is...
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    Software available

    BrewBlogger is another software alternative - it's web-based, free, and open source. I'm the main developer. More info at https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f84/brewblogger-2-2-released-looking-input-79928/. I've just released version 2.2. Thanks!
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    BrewBlogger 2.2 Released, Looking for Input

    BrewBlogger is a web-based alternative to software such as BeerSmith, ProMash, and others. Yeah, this is shameless promotion, since I'm the main developer, but I came to this forum looking for inspiration and suggestions as to what to add to it. BrewBlogger is a free, open-source, web-based...
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    Super Golding Hops?

    This is good. I brewed a "winter" Saison Saturday using these as the bittering hop (see http://brewlog.zkdigital.com/index.php?page=brewBlogDetail&id=129). I'll update here when the batch is ready.
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