Keeping batch records

Keeping batch records

Post by J.E.Mille » Sun, 17 Sep 2000 04:00:00



I'm looking for forms that I can use to record data as I brew

and ferment a batch of beer.

Are there any such forms available on-line?  I've looked at a bunch

of beer web pages, and I can't seem to find anything.  (The closest

I've come is at the Minnesota Homebrewer's Association, where their

"forms" link was inaccessible to me.)

If you know anything, can you please post a reply to this note and

send me an email note?  Thanks in advance.

Jason

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Keeping batch records

Post by Andrew E. Trou » Sun, 17 Sep 2000 04:00:00


Jason,
I use an Excel spreadsheet to keep records.  Mine doesn't make any
calculations, but it serves my purposes well.

Andrew

Quote:

> I'm looking for forms that I can use to record data as I brew

> and ferment a batch of beer.

> Are there any such forms available on-line?  I've looked at a bunch

> of beer web pages, and I can't seem to find anything.  (The closest

> I've come is at the Minnesota Homebrewer's Association, where their

> "forms" link was inaccessible to me.)

> If you know anything, can you please post a reply to this note and

> send me an email note?  Thanks in advance.

> Jason

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Jason Miller, Ph.D.                             100 East Normal St.
> Division of Mathematics and                     Kirksville, MO  63501
>    Computer Science                             660.785.7430 (phone)
> Truman State University                         660.785.4251 (fax)
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------


 
 
 

Keeping batch records

Post by M Jarvis [The BrewDomain » Sun, 17 Sep 2000 04:00:00


[Please pardon the commercial nature of this post, but it is relevant to
the gentleman's question - - - MJ]

Jason-

Over the last couple of years I have seen things like this (log books
and such) pop up from time to time. A lot of folks "roll their own" and
do a Word document or an Excel spreadsheet or something. I wrote an
entire application that does just what I think it is you described.

If you go to the link listed below and check out the Features section
you should know if this is something you are interested in. Or you could
just see what information I track and start your own log book using
whatever tool is easiest for you.

http://www.brewdomain.com/index.html

This is a soon to be released commercial software program. Demos of the
latest version will be available very shortly.

--
Matt Jarvis
Author, Brew Simple Software
http://www.BrewDomain.com
Take the Homebrewer's Survey at: http://www.BrewDomain.com/survey.html

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Before you buy.

 
 
 

Keeping batch records

Post by Zorla » Tue, 19 Sep 2000 04:00:00


I own a book titled "The Brewers Companion" author Randy Mosher which is an
excellent source for all forms one might use in the brewing process.Water
worksheets,hop data worksheets,carboy tags,mash charts, recipe worksheets
etc.
It's not free or online but well worth the $20 bucks I paid for it.

Quote:
> I'm looking for forms that I can use to record data as I brew

> and ferment a batch of beer.

> Are there any such forms available on-line?  I've looked at a bunch

> of beer web pages, and I can't seem to find anything.  (The closest

> I've come is at the Minnesota Homebrewer's Association, where their

> "forms" link was inaccessible to me.)

> If you know anything, can you please post a reply to this note and

> send me an email note?  Thanks in advance.

> Jason

> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> Jason Miller, Ph.D.                             100 East Normal St.
> Division of Mathematics and                     Kirksville, MO  63501
>    Computer Science                             660.785.7430 (phone)
> Truman State University                         660.785.4251 (fax)
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------

 
 
 

Keeping batch records

Post by A Van Sicke » Tue, 19 Sep 2000 04:00:00


I recently downloaded from brewery.org a software program that will
allow you to record your homebrew creations and print them out. You
could enter all the information for each batch and save it or print it
immediately. The software if shareware. Try this site:
http://www.brewery.org/brewery/software.html
   Hope this helps ...

Andy Van Sickel
near Chicago

Quote:
> > I'm looking for forms that I can use to record data as I brew

> > and ferment a batch of beer.

> > Are there any such forms available on-line?  I've looked at a bunch

> > of beer web pages, and I can't seem to find anything.  (The closest

> > I've come is at the Minnesota Homebrewer's Association, where their

> > "forms" link was inaccessible to me.)

> > If you know anything, can you please post a reply to this note and

> > send me an email note?  Thanks in advance.

> > Jason

> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Jason Miller, Ph.D.                             100 East Normal St.
> > Division of Mathematics and                     Kirksville, MO  63501
> >    Computer Science                             660.785.7430 (phone)
> > Truman State University                         660.785.4251 (fax)
> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------

 
 
 

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Post by Dan Langril » Wed, 20 Sep 2000 11:38:51


I'll throw in my $0.02 for favorite logging/software package...

http://www.hbd.org/recipator

The Spreadsheet allows you do to your recipe formulation, store your notes,
and save it off as a HTML file that you could print out as-is, or edit later
on the web page.

If you want, you can submit your recipes.  If you don't want to, you can
just
save the recipes for your own records.

Dan



Quote:
> I recently downloaded from brewery.org a software program that will
> allow you to record your homebrew creations and print them out. You
> could enter all the information for each batch and save it or print it
> immediately. The software if shareware. Try this site:
> http://www.brewery.org/brewery/software.html
>    Hope this helps ...

> Andy Van Sickel
> near Chicago
> > > I'm looking for forms that I can use to record data as I brew

> > > and ferment a batch of beer.

> > > Are there any such forms available on-line?  I've looked at a bunch

> > > of beer web pages, and I can't seem to find anything.  (The closest

> > > I've come is at the Minnesota Homebrewer's Association, where their

> > > "forms" link was inaccessible to me.)

> > > If you know anything, can you please post a reply to this note and

> > > send me an email note?  Thanks in advance.

> > > Jason

> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> > > Jason Miller, Ph.D.                             100 East Normal St.
> > > Division of Mathematics and                     Kirksville, MO  63501
> > >    Computer Science                             660.785.7430 (phone)
> > > Truman State University                         660.785.4251 (fax)
> > > ----------------------------------------------------------------------