"if you could see me now and know the things i know you would hear the music that drives me where i go mine is not illusion it's just a painted sky and a simple fantasy reflected in my eye." John Nicholas Varady
Check out my new brewing software at www.beerinhand.com. Your PC, PDA, and the web come together in a suite of applications for mobile beer geeks! Your data will always be there when you want it.
PDA software currently only supporting Palm OS, but a Pocket PC compile is expected by the end of summer '02.
The Home Brew Recipe Calculation Program
Do you drink beer? Do you make beer? Then rejoice and sing! for my software package, The Homebrewing Recipe Calculating Program is available. The software is available for download on the HBRCP Web Page. Thanks to all on The Home Brew Digest and rec.crafts.brewing for the information gleaned. Extra special thanks to the registered users of HBRCP! If you use and enjoy this program, support shareware programming and become a registered user by sending in your registation fee of $15. Cheap, considering everything else in this hobby is marked up 200%.
Coming soon! A complete set of homebrewing calculators for handheld devices utilizing the Palm OS.
Filled with mingled cream and amber
I will drain that glass again.
Such hilarious visions clamber
Through the chambers of my brain
Quaintest thoughts, queerest fancies
Come to life and fade away;
Who cares how time advances?
I am drinking ale today.
Edgar Allen Poe
The Beer Judge Certification Program
Want to become a certified beer judge? Check out The Beer Judge Certification Program's Homepage for details. The BJCP has defined a set of beer style guidelines. I have taken these guidelines and put them into several formats. The first is an application for the Palm OS that will allow you quick access to each style, a Foxprow 2.6 DBF format, and a Palm Pilot MEMO PAD export file. You can download these files if you wish:
Boneyard Barley Wine Hot SauceRoast the Cayenne Peppers in a 200F oven for 5-6 hours until dried. Combine Barley Wine and Vinegar in a sauce pan and heat to simmering. Allow to simmer for about 5 mins or until it no longer smells of alcohol. Put the dried peppers in a food processor or blender and add 1/2 of the beer/vinegar mixture. Process until a paste is formed, adding more of the beer/vinegar mixture as required to reach the consistancy of tomato sauce. Pour mixture through a wire mesh strainer to remove the larger pieces of skin and seeds and then pour into a bottle.
6 oz Home Brewed Barley Wine 6 oz White Vinegar 30-40 Home Grown Cayenne Peppers 1 tsp Sea Salt
Use caution when making hot sauces. Always wash your hands before rubbing your eyes, playing with yourself, or getting frisky with the old lady (she'll appreciate it!).
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