Know your numbers, perfect your brew
BrewLab understands that homebrewing is as much of an art as it is a science. Brews vary from an experimental single batch to aiming for that ideal original brew to perfecting a clone (which is only as good as their accuracy compared to the original).
One-off brews generally happen on the fly, with little or no preparation, so get all the stats for the final product in order to track and record changes in variables.
Brag about your numbers
When providing your homebrew creation at events, parties, or chilling with a few friends, show off your brew data! There are over 1.2 million homebrewers nationwide, and according to the Brewers Association, ⅓ of the home brewing population is in the Pacific Northwest. Make your brew stand out by providing top notch analysis of alcohol and bitterness units.
Stay within competition style guidelines
For homebrewers, being out of range in alcohol content can get a beer ejected from competition. However, with BrewLab analysis, homebrewers can confidently submit their creations to competitions knowing that their product falls within beer-style guidelines.
The serious homebrewer often times submits 2.6 brews to competitions every year, according to the American Homebrew Association (AHA). On average, only 12% of these entrees even make it to the final round. The number one cause of loss in the first round is violation of style guidelines.
Homebrewers need a tool to test their beers accurately in order to reach a higher level of competition.