Simple question, does anyone know if there is a purely web based equivalent of Beer Smith / Brew Target, etc? Just looking for a decent product that I don't have to install on my desktop.
I've had very good luck with this one: http://www.brewersfriend.com/
They have a lot of different tools & calculators and a recipe builder that will save your recipes (up to five for free) and compare them against the beer style guides.
My co-worker and I have recently launched brewershub.com which is completely online and free. We are looking for feedback on the site.
You can create recipes, batches for a recipe (and take notes throughout your batch), clone other recipes to change them slightly, post tutorials for other people and other features such as favorite recipes, following other brewers, etc...
We'd really love some feedback.
Thanks, ~ Tom
This is little late, but I wanted to share.
Check out brewgr.com
It's something a colleague and I have been working on for a few months. We have a lot planned for it. It's free and new features are added often.
BeerTools has an online version too. Registration is free. I used to use the pay version until I started using BeerSmith.
One distinction from the others: it's Open-Source.
One similarity with the others: it's (very) incomplete.
(disclosure: I started this codebase)
http://www.brewtoad.com/ is an online recipe database with them fancy web 2.0 thingys
Try captain brew recipe builder. Here is the link. You build a recipe, adjust gravity, bitterness, scale, and create a brew session
My friends and I have been working on some software that is web based and gives you a complete guide to your brew day with all mash steps depending on your equipment profile and your mash profile. We'd love to have any feedback on it and it's totally free to use.