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BeerSmith 3 Support / Re: Web recipe editor unwanted
« Last post by BeerSmith on Today at 02:19:24 PM »
I don't currently have an option to display the old recipe viewer.  I was thinking of adding a View option to the drop down menu for the recipes which would show the old viewrecipe version.

If that works drop me an email (I separately replied to the OP's email he sent me as well).

BeerSmith 3 Support / Re: Web recipe editor unwanted
« Last post by jomebrew on Today at 02:00:11 PM »
What are you using?  I use BS3 desktop to manage recipes and brew days.  Both locally and with cloud recipes.

If you mean the old web interface, I guess that is gone and the new looks and feel is the editor.

Profile and Ingredient Overview for BeerSmith Web

BeerSmith 3 Support / Water Tab on Web version
« Last post by Oakleyroyal on Today at 05:03:20 AM »
Hi, For some reason the salt additions are combining and not splitting into the Design Tab as Mash and Boil when using the Web version. This did work but I cannot now get this to work on my latest recipe. The Merge Mash and Sparge Salts check box is not checked! To overcome this I have had to move the recipe to the Desktop version, add the water and salts and then move back to web version.
Any assistance appreciated!  :)
The Necessary of Acid Wash Passivation in Beer Brewing Equipment Manufacturing

One customer Mr. Sander asked: We like the mirror polishing interial finish for fermentation tank. While now we are using the acid wash passivation on 2B stainless steel plate.
Now the questions is : What is passivation? Is it necessary for beer brewing equipment especially for beer fermentation tank?

According to ASTM A380, passivation is "the removal of exogenous iron or iron compounds from the surface of stainless steel by means of a chemical dissolution, most typically by a treatment with an acid solution that will remove the surface contamination, but will not significantly affect the stainless steel itself." In addition, it also describes passivation as "the chemical treatment of stainless steel with a mild oxidant, such as a nitric acid solution, for the purpose of enhancing the spontaneous formation of the protective passive film."

he question is: Shoud we equip carbonation stone for the fermenters?

Of course the beer fermenters can be added with carbonated port if you do not have bright beer tanks, just mean fermenting and maturing will share a same tank, the fermenter now was called Unitank.

Tiantai standard beer fermenters without carbonation port, Because when the primary fermentation is over, there may be still some yeast adhere to the carbonation stone after discharging. Then the beer quality may be effected (Tastes have the flavor of yeast). But some brewmasters do not think it?s a problem.

So if you prefer, we also can added carbonation port and stone for you accordingly. We will use tri-clamp instead of screw union. It is 100% sanitary which will not hide fungus. What?s more, it can be disassembled outside of the tank and easily for cleaning.

BeerSmith 3 Support / Web recipe editor unwanted
« Last post by solidute on Yesterday at 08:35:55 PM »
I don't like or want to have the web recipe editor.

I have a gold subscription so it automatically updated. Can I use a setting somewhere to go to the old view of recipes?
BeerSmith Home Brewing Blog / Recipe Adjustment Tools in BeerSmith Web
« Last post by BeerSmith on Yesterday at 12:16:35 PM »
Recipe Adjustment Tools in BeerSmith Web

I'm using Beersmith 3.1.08 on Ubuntu 20.04.2.

When setting a system level dark theme (I think it's "Yaru Dark") in the gnome/ubuntu settings Appearance Tab, Beersmith sets the text color in all text boxes to white, but only changes the background color of some text boxes to black, leaving others with white text on a white (or light yellow) background.  See attachments.

Is it possible to have Beersmith ignore system level themes (which I'm guessing are some GTK or X11 environmental variable that it is reading) if it isn't compatible with them?
Beer Brewing Water with John Palmer - BeerSmith Podcast #237

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