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Brew Day Notebook

Posted by Brian | Posted in You trippin! | Posted on 08-01-2011

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Our first product of 2011 is the Brew Day Notebook. During the course of our ongoing research in to the home brew industry we noticed a need for tracking and documenting the details of all your brewing sessions.

We did a deep dive into the brewing process so we could identify the key data points in a brew session. Along with studying the brew journals of seasoned home brewers we were able to design a notation tmeplate that can be quikcly filled out as you brew.

By keeping detailed notes of your brew process you can recreate and perfect recipes as well as pinpoint problems in bad batches.

Introducing the notebook for home brewers.

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when will this be released? I recently started homebrewing and was looking for a badass journal and this looks like the one i want! please let me know as soon as it is available and how much it will be!


David, we are still refining the layout of the layout of the book, but anticipate having the final product ready for sale in a couple of weeks.

I will post an update to this site when they are ready.

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