The BeerTools Observer: Winning Awards

October 19, 2006 at 12:00pm

Author(s): Lathe Poland

In the previous installment of the BeerTools Observer we considered the topic of clones. The recipe data-base holds hundreds of clones and thousands of other recipes just waiting to be discovered. The search tool gives you the power to find what you are looking for.

A good example of how useful the search tool is when you enter the search word "Medal" or "Award". Over two dozen recipes return, ranging from wheat beer to stout. There are even a few extract adaptations in the list. So regardless of experience, there are award winning recipes just waiting for you to download them into BeerTools Pro.

Another useful aspect of the recipe data-base is that you can ask the authors of these recipes for advice. Post questions right below the recipe. Many of these authors frequent the BeerTools forum as well. What could be better? You can brew award winning recipes and get pointers right from the original authors. Try to do that with a book. We encourage you to ask other authors about their recipes by posting comments to them. Rate your recipes as well. These are the types of things that make the recipe data-base here at BeerTools not only the worlds largest, but the worlds best.

Each month we feature a few recipes that you might like to try. Here are a few suggestions:

___Extract Recipes_____________Partial Mash Recipes_____________All Grain RecipesPorter 7 Extract Chico Gold___________Dubbel Down I.P.A.Smoked American Brown 1____________Schwarzbier 10 2005Jeff Swearengin's Wildcat Wheat

Here are more articles from The BeerTools Observer:

The BeerTools Observer: Keeping Good Records

The BeerTools Observer: Focus on Clones

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