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Jerimi
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Labels and tags

Post by Jerimi » Sun Jun 03, 2007 1:37 pm

If this is our wish list to add features how about a label and or tag that we can print. i use tags that i put on my fermenter to know what's in them and record the temp date temp taken. if it is the primary or secondary cetera. I use the label in The Brewer's Companion. Which has a great deal of info for designing and formulating beer. A simple label design tool would be nice, but it's not a necessity. Also I would like to get into Parti-gyle brewing at some point and would like to see a function that would allow you to do split batches.

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Post by billvelek » Mon Jun 04, 2007 1:27 pm

Jerimi wrote:snip ... Also I would like to get into Parti-gyle brewing at some point and would like to see a function that would allow you to do split batches. ... snip
Have you seen the thread "Partigyle Mash Designer Request" in the Beer Tools Pro Software forum -- http://www.beertools.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3594 -- where we have been discussing partigyles?

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