Choosing a style for your recipe
Once you've chosen a style for your recipe, you'll see some range bars on these charts.
They represent maximum and minimum figures for the style that you have chosen, according to the particular guidelines you have selected.
When you've added enough ingredients to your beer, we'll show you a little circle on the table that represents the predicted figures for your recipe.
These figures represent:
On the top right of the slider section, you'll see an unlock button. If you click it and try adjusting some of the sliders, your ingredients will be adjusted.
This is what we do:
Be careful here, if you've spent a while curating your hops and fermentables and play around with these, they'll be changed.
Please note, these sliders are quite experimental and may not 100% accurately adjust the recipe. They work pretty well (within a few percent accurate) but you may need to save and reload the recipe to get the correct figure.
Please also see the tables documentation.
Here you can search for your style. This defaults to the most common style profile guide - the BJCP 2015 Style Guide.
You can change the guide in the guide dropdown. You'll see some stats to the right.
Currently, the guidelines we have:
Many thanks to the above organisations including these guidelines.
James Torr 18 Jun 22