BeerSmith 3 is Here – Happy Father’s Day!

by Brad Smith on June 16, 2018 · 3 comments

As promised, I am happy to announce the release of BeerSmith 3 just in time for Father’s Day! BeerSmith 3 brings mead, wine and cider support as well as a large number of great features for beer brewers.

Here’s a link to the main download page if you want to dive right in:

Download BeerSmith 3

If you have not yet purchased a BeerSmith 3 License you can do so here

BeerSmith 3 is a paid major version upgrade for most existing users. See the licensing options page below for more details.

Buy BeerSmith 3

Learn More about BeerSmith 3

Here are some great resources to get you started with BeerSmith 3:

With Great Thanks!

Thanks again for all of your support in bringing BeerSmith 3 to the brewing community. Thousands of people contributed freely of their ideas, time and sweat to make it happen. Thanks especially to the beta test team, many of whom volunteered countless hours to help me improve BeerSmith 3.

Cheers,

Brad Smith, BeerSmith LLC

Related Beer Brewing Articles from BeerSmith:

Enjoy this Article? You'll Love Our BeerSmith Software!
  Don't make another bad batch of beer! Give BeerSmith a try - you'll brew your best beer ever.
Download a free 21 day trial of BeerSmith now

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Owyn Prandle June 19, 2018 at 8:03 am

i’ve just run the upgrade, but it didnt appear to do the scan for my old version of Beersmith. The documentation mentions that it should scan for the old version, and suggests that is how I could import my equipment profile and inventory. Is there a way I can force this to happen?

Brad Smith June 19, 2018 at 10:08 am

As BeerSmith 3 is a paid upgrade I did not want to force anyone to install it so it is a separate download and install. You can get it from BeerSmith.com

Robert Deal June 19, 2018 at 10:58 am

Good morning Brad,

The new version release has some nice improvements. I brew at 9820′ and look forward to the new altitude-adjusted hop utilization calculations.

However, I’d appreciate some additional information on the pricing. I understand the BeerSmith 3 Basic License will do everything the subscription versions will do today. However, what distinguishes major and minor upgrades?

Also, as a Quicken user for many years, I see you are also shifting to a yearly subscription service that includes all upgrades. If I choose the Gold License, it is pretty clear that a 1-year Activation is $9.95. If I choose the yearly subscription, are we committing to $9.95/year going forward after the first year?

Thanks,

Robert

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: