Saturday, June 4, 2011

BeerCalc Beer Calculations and Stats - Android Market App

Version 1.6- Fixed problem uploading 1.5 to market


Version 1.5- Uploaded to the market June 4, 2011

Changes from 1.4


- Add hydrometer temperature adjustment tool and chart
- Enable or disable Timers in main list
- Consolidate Calculators and new hydrometer correction tool
- Added Metric system support



Version 1.4  TBD  - Estimated update to the market is January 28.

Brew day timer. 5 individual timers.  Beeps and or vibrates when timer expires. Note: The phones are designed to preserve battery. Timers require the phone to stay awake which conflicts with the design to preserve battery.

Redesigned tools selection.  Removed tabs and replaced with tools page.


Version 1.3 - 1/6/2011:  Added new tool to calculate the volume of water needed at a specified temperature raise or lower your mash temperature.  Useful to adjust your mash temperature when you miss your target or if you want to do a step mash.

Version 1.2 - Not released

Version 1.0 - 1/1/2011

It is called "BeerCalc" but search for "Beer Stats" or "Jomebrew" in the Android Market and is named BeerCalc.  It currently has 6 tools related to beer and brewing beer.

Beer Stats: You can generate details about you beer like ABV, Calories, Carbs and more geeky stuff like determine Plato, Extract values and attenuation.

Conversions: There are a couple simple conversion used on brew day like Specific Gravity to Brix and Brix to Specific Gravity which helps when working with your refractometer.

Carbonation: When your are ready to bottle, you can calculate the amount of krausening wort (actively fermenting wort) to add to you newly fermented beer to naturally carbonate.

Recipe Scaling:  This multipurpose tool has several functions as well as being fun to see "what if".  It uses a couple simple values to advise how much grain you will need add (or reduce) if you want to scale the gravity of your beer up or down. You can determine your grain utilization efficiency of a finished brew day.  You can reverse engineer the approximate total grain weight of a beer with just a little knowledge and a couple assumptions.

Water Volume:  A simple to use tool to calculate the needed mash and sparge water volumes and the strike water temperature.

Screen Shots of BeerCalc

















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