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A short video on how to cleverly use some of the tools in BeerSmith Web (or BeerSmith Desktop) to build recipes quickly working with percentages and IBUs. Related Videos: Building a Recipe | Recipe Design Tab | BeerSmith Web Overview | Find/Scale Recipes | All Videos

BeerSmith Web Recipe Editor Overview Video

by Brad Smith on May 30, 2021 · 5 comments

Here’s a video overview of the major features available in the BeerSmith Web beer, mead, cider and wine recipe editor which works with BeerSmith desktop to make it easy to create and maintain your recipes. Related Videos: Overview for Existing Users | BeerSmith Detailed Overview | Building a Recipe | The Design Tab | Find/Scale […]

BeerSmith for the Web Released

by Brad Smith on May 28, 2021 · 2 comments

I’m pleased to announce the release of a web based version of BeerSmith 3 along with a desktop BeerSmith 3.2 update. The web based version allows you to edit your cloud based recipes from anywhere by simply logging into your cloud account at BeerSmithRecipes.com. BeerSmith Web Highlights Web based recipe editing from any browser by […]

BeerSmith for the Web Preview

by Brad Smith on May 10, 2021 · 10 comments

This week I wanted to share a more detailed look at the upcoming Web based version of BeerSmith which is scheduled for release in June of 2021. It will be available to all Gold+ license holders of BeerSmith 3. When released, you can simply log into your existing BeerSmithRecipes.com account and edit recipes in your […]

BeerSmith News and BeerSmith Web Early Preview

by Brad Smith on February 23, 2021 · 2 comments

I felt it was time to bring you up to date on some of the new things happening at BeerSmith. BeerSmith Web Version I’ve been working hard to build a complete web based version of BeerSmith 3. Last year I released most of the BeerSmith tools to Gold+ members on the BeerSmithRecipes.com web site along […]

Home Brewing Social Sites: Beer and Web 2.0

by Brad Smith on May 29, 2008 · 4 comments

A look at four web 2.0 social sites for home brewers. These sites help you cut through the mass of web clutter and get fresh home brewing content on a regular basis. By participating in these sites, you can also help other brewers focus on better brewing news, stories and articles.