'Beer Recipe Design Made Easy!'
The ezRecipe Design 3.03.10 release date will be in late Fall 2021. Features new to this upcoming release include; support for Sparge Water treatment and an Automatic Calculation feature to provide salt and acid amounts for brewing water profiles and much more.
A free 90 Day Trial Mode will get you acquainted with the many new features and existing feature improvements. A one-time donation of $21.95 or more will update your trial mode to the Unlimited Edition.
The download for this release comes with a new setup program that will install the ezRecipe Design 3.03.10.xls spreadsheet file and the new ezRecipe Design Formula Library Excel Add-in. The spreadsheet and Add-in combination dramatically improves performance and calculation accuracy over a single spreadsheet model.
ezRecipe Design is a full-featured beer recipe design tool that is powerful yet easy to use. Developed and brew day tested by experienced home brewers for homebrewers of all levels. ezRecipe Design packs the power to design even your most challenging beer recipes. Focus on brewing the best beer possible without the long, frustrating learning curve. Create, edit and save your recipes and brewing notes within one Excel spreadsheet. And conveniently switch between metric and standard measurements with a single mouse click.
1. Select the style of beer you wish to base your recipe on, give the recipe a unique name and add your favorite grains.
2. Enter your expected mash efficiency and mash temperature.
3. Use the Mash sheet to enter information related to your particular brewing systems, such as vessel capacity, mash thickness, and length of boil. ezRecipe will use that information to calculate water pH, volumes, wort specific gravity, and beer color.
The default values for grains and adjuncts are all editable as needed to match the ingredients you have on hand. The edited values for all ingredients become part of the recipe when saved.
From the BJCP Styles dropdown list, select the style of beer to use as a guide when building your new recipe. Each of the many beer styles displays the minimum and maximum values for color, bitterness, alcohol, and final gravity.