Click here to see what the current release, BrewBlogger 2.3.2, offers.
BrewBlogger 2.3.2 is a easy to set up, easy to use, browser-based homebrew logging and calculation suite. It is a PHP/MySQL-based system that provides today's brewer not only a fast and easy way to record their brewing activities, recipes, and awards, but also forum to share their zymurgistic efforts and expertise with the homebrewing community around the world.
BrewBlogger 2.3.2 was developed by brewing and computer geek Geoff Humphrey for zkdigital.com - mainly at his own whim and evolving need.
BrewBlogger 2.3.2 is designed to be used by beer homebrewers at any skill level — from the first time kit brewer to the all-grain über brewer.
Click here for a complete list of features.
There is no catch. BrewBlogger something I built because I wanted an easy way to record my beer brewing activities. There was nothing web-based out there, so I made one myself.
That said, should you decide to use BrewBlogger, all I request is that you link back to this site.
Each page's footer contains the BrewBlogger 88x31 pixel image. However, if you decide to alter the footer, please link back to http://www.brewblogger.net.
You will need to have a website server with at least PHP 5 and MySQL 4 installed - most web hosting companies do feature PHP and MySQL. BrewBlogger's included instructions will assume that these open source programs are already installed.
From there, installation is easy. Simply add a few lines of configuration code, upload the BrewBlogger 2.3.2 files to your web server, and install the backend database. Complete instructions are included with the download.
No. Entry is as simple as using any commercially available blog programs or Microsoft Word. Through a great piece of open source software called TinyMCE, text entry is a snap.
With your download you receive:
- The complete source code, provided to you under General Public License (GPL).
- All associated image files, freeware and custom
- 12 themes for look and feel
- Installation instructions
- Links to help and bug reporting
- A warm-fuzzy