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Pocket Brewer Removed From App Store

I’ve decided to remove Pocket Brewer from the application store.   Honestly I don’t have the time to commit to updating this application.    Although it still works great and I use it regularly for my own brewing I get only complaint emails and lately very negative reviews for features which work on my emulator and my own Windows Phone 7.     Not a very encouraging experience for something I pay to host in the marketplace and make no money on.

Since I will be moving on to a Windows 8 machine(probably a surface) and a Windows Phone 8 I have retooled the code base so that I can publish it out natively to those devices.     In order to prepare the code for that I’ve been testing it as a mobile web application which you can try out free for now if you’d like.   Beware it’s 100% alpha software that will take some time to finish since it’s done in my spare time.   That application is called Brew Tablet.

Black IPA Briess Style

Name: Black IPA Briess Style
Description: Mash at 156F.     Feement at 68F until done and dry hop 4 days with 1 oz cascade.   Cold crash to 36F for two weeks at that temp in keg
Post Boil Volume: 6.00
Pre Boil Volume: 7.00
Mash Time: 60.00
Boil Time: 60.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.07
Desired Final Gravity: 1.015
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 7.200
Users Targeted ABV%: 7.100
Desired CO2 Volumes: 2
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 68
Likely Original Gravity at 6.00 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 68% = 432 GU = 1.072

Grain: Pale Malt (2 Row) US qty:13
Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt – 60L qty:1.4
Grain: Wheat, Roasted qty:0.75
Grain: Cane (Beet) Sugar qty:1.5

Hop : Amarillo Gold qty:1 at:20 mins. AA=8.50
Hop : Amarillo Gold qty:1 at:5 mins. AA=8.50
Hop : Amarillo Gold qty:1 at:1 mins. AA=8.50
Hop : Cascade qty:1 at:1 mins. AA=5.50
Hop : Cascade qty:1 at:0 mins. AA=5.50
Hop : Magnum qty:2 at:40 mins. AA=14.00

Yeast: American Ale qty:2 Max temp: 72.0 Min temp: 60.0

Style Name: American IPA (India Pale Ale(IPA))
Black IPA Briess Style Pocket Brewer XML Code»

Black IPA Briess Style BeerXML Code»

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<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RecipeClass>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.07</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.07</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.015</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.015</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>6</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>6</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>7</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>7</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>2</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>60</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>7.1</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>68</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>Black IPA Briess Style</Name>
<Style />
<Description>Mash at 156F.     Feement at 68F until done and dry hop 4 days with 1 oz cascade.   Cold crash to 36F for two weeks at that temp in keg</Description>
<StyleIdExact>14B</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>14</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>2</Quantity>
<Name>American Ale</Name>
<ProductID>1056</ProductID>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Unknown origin, but character similar to Cascade.</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>8.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>8.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>12</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>20</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>20</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Amarillo Gold</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Unknown origin, but character similar to Cascade.</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>8.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>8.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>4</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>5</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>5</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Amarillo Gold</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Unknown origin, but character similar to Cascade.</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>8.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>8.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>1</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>1</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>1</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Amarillo Gold</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>1</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>1</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>1</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Cascade</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.50</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.50</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>0</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>0</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>0</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Cascade</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>German Hallertauer hybrid, widely used in Germany</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>2</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>2</Quantity>
<QuantityText>2</QuantityText>
<Alpha>14.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>14.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>59</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>40</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>40</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Magnum</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>13</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>79.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Base malt for all beer styles</NOTES>
<Quantity>13</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.036</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pale Malt (2 Row) US</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1.4</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>60.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>1.4</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.034</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 60L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.75</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>54.30</YIELD>
<COLOR>425.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Also called Chocolate Wheat Malt.  Kilned raw wheat – adds a deep, dark brown color to dunkelweizens and other dark beer styles. Roasted, woody, charcoal or burnt toast flavor depending on degree of roasting.</NOTES>
<Quantity>0.75</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.025</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Wheat, Roasted</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1.5</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>100.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>0.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>1.5</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.046</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Sugar</Type>
<Name>Cane (Beet) Sugar</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<Id>8d09754e-aa9c-4f91-a09c-7cccb7c5eb01</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>68</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RECIPE>
<NAME>Black IPA Briess Style</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>Mash at 156F.     Feement at 68F until done and dry hop 4 days with 1 oz cascade.   Cold crash to 36F for two weeks at that temp in keg</NOTES>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<BATCH_SIZE>22.7115</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>60</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>26.4968</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>68</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.015</FG>
<OG>1.07</OG>
<CARBONATION>2</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Amarillo Gold</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>8.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0283</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>20</TIME>
<NOTES>Unknown origin, but character similar to Cascade.</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Amarillo Gold</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>8.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0283</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>5</TIME>
<NOTES>Unknown origin, but character similar to Cascade.</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Amarillo Gold</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>8.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0283</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>1</TIME>
<NOTES>Unknown origin, but character similar to Cascade.</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Cascade</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0283</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>1</TIME>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Cascade</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.50</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0283</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>0</TIME>
<NOTES>Use For: American ales and lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Magnum</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>14.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0567</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>40</TIME>
<NOTES>German Hallertauer hybrid, widely used in Germany</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pale Malt (2 Row) US</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>5.8967</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>79.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Base malt for all beer styles</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>140.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>12.30</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.036</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 60L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.635</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>60.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.034</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Wheat, Roasted</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.3402</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>54.30</YIELD>
<COLOR>425.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Also called Chocolate Wheat Malt.  Kilned raw wheat – adds a deep, dark brown color to dunkelweizens and other dark beer styles. Roasted, woody, charcoal or burnt toast flavor depending on degree of roasting.</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>10.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.025</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Cane (Beet) Sugar</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.6804</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Sugar</TYPE>
<YIELD>100.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>0.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>0</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>0</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>0</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>7.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.046</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>American Ale</NAME>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Liquid</FORM>
<AMOUNT>2</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>Wyeast Labs</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>1056</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>60.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>72.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>75.00</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>Soft, smooth, clean finish.  Very well balanced.  Very versitile — works well with many ale styles.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>American Pale Ale, Scottish Ale, Porters, Sweet Stout, Barley Wine, Alt</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>Medium</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>American IPA</NAME>
<CATEGORY>India Pale Ale(IPA)</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>14</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>B</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.056</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.075</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.010</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.018</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>40</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>70</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>6.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>15.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>5.5</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>7.5</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES />
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>

ESBaton Rouge Extra Special Bitter

Name: ESBaton Rouge
Description: 68F ferment until done.   Yeast alternarives to 1968 wyeast are wlp002 or safale s-04
Post Boil Volume: 6.00
Pre Boil Volume: 7.00
Mash Time: 60.00
Boil Time: 60.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.056
Desired Final Gravity: 1.012
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 5.780
Users Targeted ABV%: 5.400
Desired CO2 Volumes: 1.5
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 68
Likely Original Gravity at 6.00 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 68% = 336 GU = 1.056

Grain: Pale Malt (2 Row) UK qty:13
Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt – 20L qty:0.5
Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L qty:0.25

Hop : Goldings, East Kent qty:3.55 at:60 mins. AA=5.00
Hop : Goldings, East Kent qty:1.5 at:0 mins. AA=5.00

Yeast: London ESB Ale qty:2 Max temp: 72.0 Min temp: 64.0

Style Name: Extra Special/Strong Bitter (English Pale Ale) (English Pale Ale)
ESBaton Rouge Pocket Brewer XML Code»

ESBaton Rouge BeerXML Code»

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<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RecipeClass>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.056</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.056</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.012</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.012</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>6</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>6</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>7</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>7</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>1.5</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>60</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>5.4</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>68</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>ESBaton Rouge</Name>
<Style />
<Description>68F ferment until done.   Yeast alternarives to 1968 wyeast are wlp002 or safale s-04</Description>
<StyleIdExact>8C</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>8</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>2</Quantity>
<Name>London ESB Ale</Name>
<ProductID>1968</ProductID>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Used For: General purpose hops for bittering/finishing all British Ales</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>3.55</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>3.55</Quantity>
<QuantityText>3.55</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>49</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>60</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>60</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Goldings, East Kent</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Used For: General purpose hops for bittering/finishing all British Ales</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1.5</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1.5</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1.5</QuantityText>
<Alpha>5.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>5.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>0</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>0</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>0</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Goldings, East Kent</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>13</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>United Kingdom</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>13</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.036</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pale Malt (2 Row) UK</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.5</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>75.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>20.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0.5</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.035</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 20L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>120.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.033</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<Id>46d54b8b-eaae-4fbb-a27f-cffc29e56aeb</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>68</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RECIPE>
<NAME>ESBaton Rouge</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>68F ferment until done.   Yeast alternarives to 1968 wyeast are wlp002 or safale s-04</NOTES>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<BATCH_SIZE>22.7115</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>60</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>26.4968</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>68</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.012</FG>
<OG>1.056</OG>
<CARBONATION>1.5</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Goldings, East Kent</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.1006</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>60</TIME>
<NOTES>Used For: General purpose hops for bittering/finishing all British Ales</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Goldings, East Kent</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>5.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0425</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>0</TIME>
<NOTES>Used For: General purpose hops for bittering/finishing all British Ales</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pale Malt (2 Row) UK</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>5.8967</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>United Kingdom</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>45.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>10.10</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.036</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 20L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.2268</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>75.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>20.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.035</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.1134</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>120.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>10.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.033</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>London ESB Ale</NAME>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Liquid</FORM>
<AMOUNT>2</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>Wyeast Labs</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>1968</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>64.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>72.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>69.00</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>Malty, balanced flavor.  Fruity, rich finish.  Excellent for cask conditioned ales and bitters.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>English Bitters, IPA, Brown Ales, Mild Ales</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>High</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>Extra Special/Strong Bitter (English Pale Ale)</NAME>
<CATEGORY>English Pale Ale</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>8</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>C</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.048</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.060</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.010</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.016</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>30</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>50</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>6.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>18.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>4.6</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>6.2</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES>More evident malt and hop flavors than in a special or best bitter.  Stronger versions may overlap somewhat with old ales, although strong bitters will tend to be paler and more bitter.  Fuller’s ESB is a unique beer with a very large, complex malt profile not found in other examples; most strong bitters are fruitier and hoppier. Judges should not judge all beers in this style as if they were Fuller’s ESB clones.  Some modern English variants are brewed exclusively with pale malt and are known as golden or summer bitters. Most bottled or kegged versions of UK-produced bitters are higher-alcohol versions of their cask (draught) products produced specifically for export.  The IBU levels are often not adjusted, so the versions available in the US often do not directly correspond to their style subcategories in Britain.  English pale ales are generally considered a premium, export-strength pale, bitter beer that roughly approximates a strong bitter, although reformulated for bottling (including containing higher carbonation).</NOTES>
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>

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Helles Maibock

Name: Helles Maibock
Description: Single infusion mash.   Ferment at 48F until sloss then rest for 48 hours at 55F.   Lager for a month.  Big starter needed for all that gravity.
Post Boil Volume: 5.50
Pre Boil Volume: 6.00
Mash Time: 60.00
Boil Time: 60.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.068
Desired Final Gravity: 1.011
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 7.490
Users Targeted ABV%: 6.000
Desired CO2 Volumes: 2.5
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 68
Likely Original Gravity at 5.50 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 68% = 377 GU = 1.068

Grain: Pilsner (2 Row) Ger qty:11
Grain: Munich Malt qty:3
Grain: Vienna Malt qty:1

Hop : Magnum qty:1 at:60 mins. AA=14.00

Yeast: German Bock Lager qty:1 Max temp: 55.0 Min temp: 48.0

Style Name: Maibock/Helles Bock (Bock)
Helles Maibock Pocket Brewer XML Code»

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<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RecipeClass>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.068</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.068</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.011</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.011</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>5.5</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>5.5</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>6</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>6</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>2.5</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>60</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>6</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>68</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>Helles Maibock</Name>
<Style />
<Description>Single infusion mash.   Ferment at 48F until sloss then rest for 48 hours at 55F.   Lager for a month.  Big starter needed for all that gravity.</Description>
<StyleIdExact>5A</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>5</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<Name>German Bock Lager</Name>
<ProductID>WLP833</ProductID>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>German Hallertauer hybrid, widely used in Germany</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1</QuantityText>
<Alpha>14.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>14.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>38</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>60</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>60</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Magnum</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>11</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<Quantity>11</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.037</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>3</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>80.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>9.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>3</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.037</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Munich Malt</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.5</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.036</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Vienna Malt</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<Id>f3d685c7-d53c-4ecb-bda4-814f63d3f441</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>68</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RECIPE>
<NAME>Helles Maibock</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>Single infusion mash.   Ferment at 48F until sloss then rest for 48 hours at 55F.   Lager for a month.  Big starter needed for all that gravity.</NOTES>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<BATCH_SIZE>20.8189</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>60</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>22.7115</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>68</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.011</FG>
<OG>1.068</OG>
<CARBONATION>2.5</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Magnum</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>14.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0283</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>60</TIME>
<NOTES>German Hallertauer hybrid, widely used in Germany</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>4.9895</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>110.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.037</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Munich Malt</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>1.3608</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>80.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>9.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.30</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>5.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>72.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.50</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>80.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.037</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Vienna Malt</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.4536</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.5</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>50.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>90.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.036</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>German Bock Lager</NAME>
<TYPE>Lager</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Liquid</FORM>
<AMOUNT>1</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>White Labs</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>WLP833</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>48.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>55.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>73.00</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>Produces beer that has balanced malt and hop character.  From Southern Bavaria.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>Bocks, Doppelbocks, Oktoberfest, Vienna, Helles, some American Pilsners</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>Medium</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>Maibock/Helles Bock</NAME>
<CATEGORY>Bock</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>5</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>A</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Lager</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.064</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.072</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.011</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.018</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>23</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>35</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>6.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>11.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>6.3</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>7.4</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES>Can be thought of as either a pale version of a traditional bock, or a Munich helles brewed to bock strength.  While quite malty, this beer typically has less dark and rich malt flavors than a traditional bock.  May also be drier, hoppier, and more bitter than a traditional bock.  The hops compensate for the lower level of melanoidins.  There is some dispute whether Helles (“pale”) Bock and Mai (“May”) Bock are synonymous.  Most agree that they are identical (as is the consensus for Märzen and Oktoberfest), but some believe that Maibock is a “fest” type beer hitting the upper limits of hopping and color for the range. Any fruitiness is due to Munich and other specialty malts, not yeast-derived esters developed during fermentation.</NOTES>
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>

Baton Rouge Brown Porter

Name: Baton Rouge Brown Porter
Description: A classic porter.   Mash at 153F for 60 minutes.
Post Boil Volume: 6.00
Pre Boil Volume: 7.00
Mash Time: 60.00
Boil Time: 90.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.052
Desired Final Gravity: 1.01
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 5.530
Users Targeted ABV%: 5.000
Desired CO2 Volumes: 2
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 70
Likely Original Gravity at 6.00 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 70% = 311 GU = 1.052

Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt – 40L qty:0.75
Grain: Pale Malt, Maris Otter qty:9.5
Grain: Chocolate Malt qty:0.6
Grain: Brown Malt qty:1
Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt – 60L qty:0.25

Hop : Brewer’s Gold qty:1.5 at:60 mins. AA=8.00
Hop : Brewer’s Gold qty:0.25 at:10 mins. AA=8.00

Yeast: London Ale qty:1 Max temp: 71.0 Min temp: 66.0

Style Name: Brown Porter (Porter)
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<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RecipeClass>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.052</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.052</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.01</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.01</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>6</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>6</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>7</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>7</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>2</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>90</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>5</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>70</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>Baton Rouge Brown Porter</Name>
<Style />
<Description>A classic porter.   Mash at 153F for 60 minutes.</Description>
<StyleIdExact>12A</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>12</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<Name>London Ale</Name>
<ProductID>WLP013</ProductID>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Traditional bittering hops for English ales and heavy German lagers.</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>1.5</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>1.5</Quantity>
<QuantityText>1.5</QuantityText>
<Alpha>8.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>8.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>34</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>60</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>60</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Brewer’s Gold</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Traditional bittering hops for English ales and heavy German lagers.</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.25</QuantityText>
<Alpha>8.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>8.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>2</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>10</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>10</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Brewer’s Gold</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.75</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>40.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0.75</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.034</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 40L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>9.5</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>82.50</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>United Kingdom</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER>Maris Otter</SUPPLIER>
<NOTES>Premium base malt from the UK.  Popular for many English styles of beer including ales, pale ales and bitters.</NOTES>
<Quantity>9.5</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.038</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pale Malt, Maris Otter</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.6</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>60.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>350.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0.6</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.028</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Chocolate Malt</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>70.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>65.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>United Kingdom</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Imparts a dry, biscuit flavor. Used in nut brown ales, porters and some Belgian ales.</NOTES>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.032</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Brown Malt</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>60.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.034</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 60L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<Id>f34cf186-c38b-4944-be2d-df1cb5e73388</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>70</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”utf-16″?>
<RECIPE>
<NAME>Baton Rouge Brown Porter</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>A classic porter.   Mash at 153F for 60 minutes.</NOTES>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<BATCH_SIZE>22.7115</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>90</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>26.4968</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>70</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.01</FG>
<OG>1.052</OG>
<CARBONATION>2</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Brewer’s Gold</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>8.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0425</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>60</TIME>
<NOTES>Traditional bittering hops for English ales and heavy German lagers.</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Brewer’s Gold</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>8.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0071</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>10</TIME>
<NOTES>Traditional bittering hops for English ales and heavy German lagers.</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 40L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.3402</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>40.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.034</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pale Malt, Maris Otter</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>4.3091</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>82.50</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>United Kingdom</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER>Maris Otter</SUPPLIER>
<NOTES>Premium base malt from the UK.  Popular for many English styles of beer including ales, pale ales and bitters.</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>3.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>120.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.70</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.038</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Chocolate Malt</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.2722</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>60.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>350.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>10.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.028</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Brown Malt</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.4536</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>70.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>65.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>United Kingdom</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>Imparts a dry, biscuit flavor. Used in nut brown ales, porters and some Belgian ales.</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>0.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>10.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.032</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 60L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.1134</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>60.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.034</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>London Ale</NAME>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Liquid</FORM>
<AMOUNT>1</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>White Labs</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>WLP013</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>66.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>71.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>71.00</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>Dry, malty ale yeast.  Produces a complex, oak flavored ester character.  Hop bitterness comes through well.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>Classic British Pale Ales, Bitters and Stouts</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>Medium</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>Brown Porter</NAME>
<CATEGORY>Porter</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>12</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>A</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Ale</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.040</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.052</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.008</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.014</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>18</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>35</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>20.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>30.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>4.0</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>5.4</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES>Differs from a robust porter in that it usually has softer, sweeter and more caramelly flavors, lower gravities, and usually less alcohol.  More substance and roast than a brown ale.  Higher in gravity than a dark mild.  Some versions are fermented with lager yeast.  Balance tends toward malt more than hops.  Usually has an “English” character.  Historical versions with Brettanomyces, sourness, or smokiness should be entered in the Specialty Beer category (23).</NOTES>
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>

Ella Bock Celebrator

Name: Ella Bock Celebrator
Description: Single infusion maah targeting 154F.   After 20 minutes take part of mash out and boil it on stove.  Add this decoction back to mash at end to mash out.   Ferment at 50F. until FG met.   For the carafa get the huskless carafa special
Post Boil Volume: 5.50
Pre Boil Volume: 6.00
Mash Time: 60.00
Boil Time: 90.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.075
Desired Final Gravity: 1.02
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 7.170
Users Targeted ABV%: 6.000
Desired CO2 Volumes: 2.5
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 68
Likely Original Gravity at 5.50 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 68% = 383 GU = 1.070

Grain: Pilsner (2 Row) Ger qty:3
Grain: Carafa I qty:0.12
Grain: Vienna Malt qty:1
Grain: Munich Malt qty:10
Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L qty:0.25
Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt – 80L qty:1

Hop : Hallertauer qty:2.5 at:45 mins. AA=4.80
Hop : Hallertauer qty:0.25 at:15 mins. AA=4.80
Hop : Hallertauer qty:0.25 at:5 mins. AA=4.80

Yeast: German Bock Lager qty:1 Max temp: 55.0 Min temp: 48.0

Style Name: Doppelbock (Bock)
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<RecipeClass>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.075</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.075</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.02</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.02</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>5.5</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>5.5</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>6</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>6</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>2.5</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>90</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>6</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>68</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>Ella Bock Celebrator</Name>
<Style />
<Description>Single infusion maah targeting 154F.   After 20 minutes take part of mash out and boil it on stove.  Add this decoction back to mash at end to mash out.   Ferment at 50F. until FG met.   For the carafa get the huskless carafa special</Description>
<StyleIdExact>5C</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>5</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<Name>German Bock Lager</Name>
<ProductID>WLP833</ProductID>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>2.5</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>2.5</Quantity>
<QuantityText>2.5</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.80</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.80</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>28</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>45</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>45</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Hallertauer</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.25</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.80</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.80</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>1</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>15</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>15</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Hallertauer</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.25</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.80</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.80</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>1</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>5</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>5</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Hallertauer</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>3</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<Quantity>3</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.037</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.12</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>70.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>337.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER>Weyermann</SUPPLIER>
<NOTES>Used to intensify aroma and color in dark, Munich beers and stouts.</NOTES>
<Quantity>0.12</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.032</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Carafa I</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.5</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.036</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Vienna Malt</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>10</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>80.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>9.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>10</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.037</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Munich Malt</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>120.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.033</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>80.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.034</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 80L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<Id>d928a6e8-8915-4a38-9b0f-15d8f459dca3</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>68</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

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<RECIPE>
<NAME>Ella Bock Celebrator</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>Single infusion maah targeting 154F.   After 20 minutes take part of mash out and boil it on stove.  Add this decoction back to mash at end to mash out.   Ferment at 50F. until FG met.   For the carafa get the huskless carafa special</NOTES>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<BATCH_SIZE>20.8189</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>90</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>22.7115</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>68</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.02</FG>
<OG>1.075</OG>
<CARBONATION>2.5</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Hallertauer</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.80</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0709</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>45</TIME>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Hallertauer</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.80</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0071</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>15</TIME>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Hallertauer</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.80</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0071</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>5</TIME>
<NOTES>Used for: German Ales, German/US/Canadian Lagers, Wheat Beers</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>1.3608</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>110.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.037</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Carafa I</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.0544</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>70.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>337.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER>Weyermann</SUPPLIER>
<NOTES>Used to intensify aroma and color in dark, Munich beers and stouts.</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.70</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>5.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.032</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Vienna Malt</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.4536</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>78.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>3.5</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>50.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>90.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.036</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Munich Malt</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>4.5359</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>80.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>9.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.30</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>5.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>72.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.50</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>80.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.037</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt -120L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.1134</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>120.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>10.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.033</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 80L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.4536</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>74.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>80.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.034</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>German Bock Lager</NAME>
<TYPE>Lager</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Liquid</FORM>
<AMOUNT>1</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>White Labs</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>WLP833</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>48.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>55.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>73.00</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>Produces beer that has balanced malt and hop character.  From Southern Bavaria.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>Bocks, Doppelbocks, Oktoberfest, Vienna, Helles, some American Pilsners</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>Medium</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>Doppelbock</NAME>
<CATEGORY>Bock</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>5</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>C</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Lager</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.072</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.112</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.016</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.024</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>16</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>26</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>6.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>25.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>7.0</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>10.0</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES>Most versions are dark colored and may display the caramelizing and melanoidin effect of decoction mashing, but excellent pale versions also exist.  The pale versions will not have the same richness and darker malt flavors of the dark versions, and may be a bit drier, hoppier and more bitter.  While most traditional examples are in the ranges cited, the style can be considered to have no upper limit for gravity, alcohol and bitterness (thus providing a home for very strong lagers). Any fruitiness is due to Munich and other specialty malts, not yeast-derived esters developed during fermentation.</NOTES>
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>

Saaz and Simple Pilsdaddy

Name: Saaz and Simple Pilsdaddy
Description: I kept it simple with a single infusion maah to 149F for 60 minutes at 1.3 quarts per pound of grain.    mashed out to 168F.   1 week primary fermentation at 150F.   Diacetyl rest then lagering under 140 for a month.
Post Boil Volume: 5.25
Pre Boil Volume: 5.50
Mash Time: 60.00
Boil Time: 60.00
Desired Original Gravity: 1.043
Desired Final Gravity: 1.009
Calculated Likely ABV% Based on Specified Gravities: 4.480
Users Targeted ABV%: 4.500
Desired CO2 Volumes: 2
Anticipated Brewhouse Efficiency: 68
Likely Original Gravity at 5.25 Based on Grains and Efficiency: @ 68% = 248 GU = 1.047

Grain: Caramel/Crystal Malt – 10L qty:1
Grain: Pilsner (2 Row) Ger qty:8
Grain: Cara-Pils/Dextrine qty:1

Hop : Saaz qty:2.5 at:60 mins. AA=4.00
Hop : Saaz qty:0.25 at:15 mins. AA=4.00
Hop : Saaz qty:0.25 at:1 mins. AA=4.00

Yeast: SafLager West European Lager qty:1 Max temp: 50.0 Min temp: 46.0

Style Name: German Pilsner (Pils) (Pilsner)
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<RecipeClass>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<Type>All Grain</Type>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<OriginalGravity>1.043</OriginalGravity>
<OriginalGravityImportExport>1.043</OriginalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravityImportExport>1.009</FinalGravityImportExport>
<FinalGravity>1.009</FinalGravity>
<BatchSize>5.25</BatchSize>
<BatchSizeImportExport>5.25</BatchSizeImportExport>
<BoilVolumeSize>5.5</BoilVolumeSize>
<BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>5.5</BoilVolumeSizeImportExport>
<CO2Volumes>2</CO2Volumes>
<BoilTime>60</BoilTime>
<MashTime>60</MashTime>
<TargetABV>4.5</TargetABV>
<BrewHouseEfficiency>68</BrewHouseEfficiency>
<Name>Saaz and Simple Pilsdaddy</Name>
<Style />
<Description>I kept it simple with a single infusion maah to 149F for 60 minutes at 1.3 quarts per pound of grain.    mashed out to 168F.   1 week primary fermentation at 150F.   Diacetyl rest then lagering under 140 for a month.</Description>
<StyleIdExact>2A</StyleIdExact>
<StyleIdGeneral>2</StyleIdGeneral>
<Yeasts>
<YeastAdditionClass>
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<Name>SafLager West European Lager</Name>
<ProductID>S-23</ProductID>
</YeastAdditionClass>
</Yeasts>
<Hops>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>2.5</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>2.5</Quantity>
<QuantityText>2.5</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>35</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>60</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>60</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Saaz</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.25</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>2</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>15</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>15</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Saaz</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
<HopAdditionClass>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
<QuantityIO>0.25</QuantityIO>
<Quantity>0.25</Quantity>
<QuantityText>0.25</QuantityText>
<Alpha>4.00</Alpha>
<AlphaText>4.00</AlphaText>
<TinsethIBUS>0</TinsethIBUS>
<IsWholeHop>false</IsWholeHop>
<TimeInMinutes>1</TimeInMinutes>
<TimeInMinutesText>1</TimeInMinutesText>
<Name>Saaz</Name>
<Visible>Visible</Visible>
</HopAdditionClass>
</Hops>
<Grains>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>75.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>10.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.035</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 10L</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>8</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<Quantity>8</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.037</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
<GrainAdditionClass>
<QuantityIO>1</QuantityIO>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<Quantity>1</Quantity>
<PotentialSpecificGravity>1.033</PotentialSpecificGravity>
<Type>Grain</Type>
<Name>Cara-Pils/Dextrine</Name>
</GrainAdditionClass>
</Grains>
<Adjuncts />
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<Id>f7bc5c5e-32a5-4e01-a980-81c548350599</Id>
<BrewHouse>
<Efficiency>68</Efficiency>
</BrewHouse>
</RecipeClass>

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<RECIPE>
<NAME>Saaz and Simple Pilsdaddy</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>All Grain</TYPE>
<NOTES>I kept it simple with a single infusion maah to 149F for 60 minutes at 1.3 quarts per pound of grain.    mashed out to 168F.   1 week primary fermentation at 150F.   Diacetyl rest then lagering under 140 for a month.</NOTES>
<BREWER>Pocket Brewer</BREWER>
<BATCH_SIZE>19.8726</BATCH_SIZE>
<BOIL_TIME>60</BOIL_TIME>
<BOIL_SIZE>20.8189</BOIL_SIZE>
<EFFICIENCY>68</EFFICIENCY>
<FG>1.009</FG>
<OG>1.043</OG>
<CARBONATION>2</CARBONATION>
<HOPS>
<HOP>
<NAME>Saaz</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0709</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>60</TIME>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Saaz</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0071</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>15</TIME>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
<HOP>
<NAME>Saaz</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<ALPHA>4.00</ALPHA>
<AMOUNT>0.0071</AMOUNT>
<USE>Boil</USE>
<TIME>1</TIME>
<NOTES>Use for: Pilsners and Bohemian style lagers</NOTES>
</HOP>
</HOPS>
<FERMENTABLES>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Caramel/Crystal Malt – 10L</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.4536</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>75.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>10.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.035</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Pilsner (2 Row) Ger</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>3.6287</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>81.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>Germany</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES>German base for Pilsners and Bohemian Lagers</NOTES>
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>110.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>11.00</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>100.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.037</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
<FERMENTABLE>
<NAME>Cara-Pils/Dextrine</NAME>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<AMOUNT>0.4536</AMOUNT>
<TYPE>Grain</TYPE>
<YIELD>72.00</YIELD>
<COLOR>2.0</COLOR>
<ORIGIN>US</ORIGIN>
<SUPPLIER />
<NOTES />
<COARSE_FINE_DIFF>1.50</COARSE_FINE_DIFF>
<MOISTURE>4.00</MOISTURE>
<DISASTATIC_POWER>0.0</DISASTATIC_POWER>
<PROTEIN>13.20</PROTEIN>
<MAX_IN_BATCH>20.00</MAX_IN_BATCH>
<POTENTIAL>1.033</POTENTIAL>
</FERMENTABLE>
</FERMENTABLES>
<MISCS />
<WATERS />
<YEASTS>
<YEAST>
<NAME>SafLager West European Lager</NAME>
<TYPE>Lager</TYPE>
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<FORM>Dry</FORM>
<AMOUNT>1</AMOUNT>
<LABORATORY>DCL Yeast</LABORATORY>
<PRODUCT_ID>S-23</PRODUCT_ID>
<MIN_TEMPERATURE>46.0</MIN_TEMPERATURE>
<MAX_TEMPERATURE>50.0</MAX_TEMPERATURE>
<ATTENUATION>73.50</ATTENUATION>
<NOTES>German lager yeast strain.  Performs well at low temperature. High flocculation and attenuation for a clean German finish.</NOTES>
<BEST_FOR>German style Lagers and Pilsners.</BEST_FOR>
<FLOCCULATION>High</FLOCCULATION>
</YEAST>
</YEASTS>
<MASH>
<MASH_STEPS />
<VERSION>0</VERSION>
<GRAIN_TEMP>0</GRAIN_TEMP>
<TUN_TEMP>0</TUN_TEMP>
<SPARGE_TEMP>0</SPARGE_TEMP>
<PH>0</PH>
<TUN_WEIGHT>0</TUN_WEIGHT>
<TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>0</TUN_SPECIFIC_HEAT>
</MASH>
<STYLE>
<NAME>German Pilsner (Pils)</NAME>
<CATEGORY>Pilsner</CATEGORY>
<CATEGORY_NUMBER>2</CATEGORY_NUMBER>
<STYLE_LETTER>A</STYLE_LETTER>
<STYLE_GUIDE>BJCP</STYLE_GUIDE>
<VERSION>1</VERSION>
<TYPE>Lager</TYPE>
<OG_MIN>1.044</OG_MIN>
<OG_MAX>1.050</OG_MAX>
<FG_MIN>1.008</FG_MIN>
<FG_MAX>1.013</FG_MAX>
<IBU_MIN>25</IBU_MIN>
<IBU_MAX>45</IBU_MAX>
<COLOR_MIN>2.0</COLOR_MIN>
<COLOR_MAX>5.0</COLOR_MAX>
<ABV_MIN>4.4</ABV_MIN>
<ABV_MAX>5.2</ABV_MAX>
<NOTES>Drier and crisper than a Bohemian Pilsener with a bitterness that tends to linger more in the aftertaste due to higher attenuation and higher-sulfate water.  Lighter in body and color, and with higher carbonation than a Bohemian Pilsener.  Modern examples of German Pilsners tend to become paler in color, drier in finish, and more bitter as you move from South to North in Germany.</NOTES>
</STYLE>
</RECIPE>

Pocket Brewer V4.1 Submitted – Import Bug Fix

I had to submit an update due to a bug on the Gmail / Email import function.    If all you’re importing is Pilsdaddy it’s because a tiny piece of test code got shipped.     An unfortunate side effect of being a one man programmer, tester, blogger, updater.  The Skydrive importer works fine so please use that until 4.1 goes live!

Pocket Brewer Version 4.0 Submitted – Refractometer Final Gravity Correction

I know we’re going from 3.9 to 4.0 and typically upping the first number means big feature release but unfortunately that’s not the case here.  Microsoft won’t let me update it to 3.9.5 for example so we had to go up to 4.0.

I added a refractometer final gravity correction tool to the tools.    For those of us who use refractometers in brewing when you take a final gravity reading it’s skewed due to the presence of alcohol.   Well fortunately there are formulas out there to perform corrections and get the actual final gravity of your beer.   I’ve been brewing a lot lately and the only thing Pocket Brewer hasn’t done that I need is that calculation which results in me rummaging about my computer for that spreadsheet to do the correction.   I got tired of it Sunday and wrote the addition to Pocket Brewer.    I also got a little fancy with it so once you enter your original gravity and final gravity as taken with your hydrometer you’ll get the corrected final gravity, estimated alcohol and attenuation all right there.   I love it.

I have been working on the mash schedules and timers for the application but have to confess I suffered a little burnout after implementing the BeerXML import/export which was a beast.   I’ll be getting back to those in the near future after this little success.

Happy Brewing!