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I currently keep track of each brew in a little notebook and I have sort of a template I created myself for the brew date, date moved to secondary, bottle date, gravities, ingredients, etc.

Are there any resources available for printing out premade record sheets? I could hole punch them and put them in a binder.

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Sorry if this looks like the same question as homebrew.stackexchange.com/questions/310/… I intended this to be about record keeping on paper and didn't think it would overlap with the question about doing it online. – LoganGoesPlaces Nov 10 '10 at 13:50
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The brewkaiser has a pretty detailed brew log.

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While all of the pdf solutions were similar (thanks divided and Nicholas) I liked how much information this brew log covers. Its well organized and the graphing areas are a nice touch. – LoganGoesPlaces Nov 14 '10 at 19:43

Basics of Home Brewing has a simple pdf log here:


Here is a brewing log software available for free download:


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Is the free software a demo version? The page says that it costs 15 USD. – LoganGoesPlaces Nov 14 '10 at 19:44
Sorry, I meant that this is a free trial. Yes, it's $15. – divided Nov 16 '10 at 13:40

Randy Mosher has one here.

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