Brew Logs Have Been Updated With an Awesome Number of Fields
June 11th, 2013, by Kyle (Backend Dev)
Toss those notebooks and spreadsheets, we’ve got you covered. Brew logs have been updated so you can track every part of your brew day.
In order to handle the drastic increase in the amount of data, Brew logs have been split into sections corresponding to each part of your brew process from mash to fermentation.
Finally! Upload pictures of your beautiful brew, or the mess that resulted from an overactive fermentation.
Of course, your notes don’t stop when you pitch your yeast. We’ve added the ability for brewers to add tons of notes at any time.
Mash checks allow you to record temperature, pH, and specific gravity. Mash runnings checks allow you to record volume, pH, and specific gravity, and fermentation checks allow you to measure temperature and specific gravity.
Beyond Tasting Notes
With over 25 flavors and aromas to choose from, now other brewers will know exactly what your beer tastes like.
Is there something missing?
Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know if there is a piece of data we’re missing and how you use it in your brew process.
This is just the beginning, once we’ve got enough brew logs we’ll be able to increase their integration with the original recipe and the current filter system. We want you to be able to create a list of all saisons that have actually been brewed, and filtered by their averaged taste profiles!
Stay tuned for even more brew log updates; we’re not done yet!