I'm in the process of looking at brewing apps/programs. I've been using Beersmith for a while now and with BS3 just out, it's time to look at what's available. On the Beersmith3 thread, someone posted about Brewfather. I had a look at it the other night and really liked the interface - something I hate with BS (it really looks dated and is clunky to use). I've imported a recipe into Brewfather and am going to give it a test run over the weekend. @fungrel informed me of the following bugs on the BS thread: In the Profiles section, there is no way to delete an equipment profile, or fermentation profile etc. There should be a delete option. I also think a folder structure is required for the recipes to better organise them. Tags is all well and good and very 'modern' but folders are more effective. Is it possible to use unit grams (g) to calculate water correction (instead of just ml) instead? Another minor bug, when I set a yeast starter to 1L, I see 0.26L as the starter volume on the brewing page. Inventory seems to sometimes indicate there is not enough, even when there is. I suspect it's related to using pounds and ounces as units and some rounding issues. If I set to more than the amount in the recipe it's fine. See Maris Otter and Mosaic below. With the latest update my sparge water acid additions have started to behave weird sporadically. I have yet to figure out if it is changing the target profile or pressing the auto button that makes the sparge acid amount drop to 0 and no matter what I set the sparge water volume to it just stays at 0 Not sure what I'm doing wrong, but Brewfather seems to suggest I do a no sparge setup, however, it seems to calculate water additions for some amount of sparge. It seems like setting the Water/Grain ratio in the equipment profile would let Brewfather calculate the amount of strike water and then also sparge water (I batch sparge). None of these are deal breakers for me and from what I hear/read, the developer is pretty quick to fix bugs anyway. I figured it would be cleaner to start a new thread about Brewfather and not derail the BS thread. Is anyone here using Brewfather? What are your thoughts? Looking forward to hearing from Brewfather users.