Commandline tools for the homebrewer
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A command line utility that offers a set of calculators for home brewers.
NOTE: All values and calculations are provided as guidelines only. Brew-tools should not be used for professional brewing. No warranty or guarantee of accuracy is provided on the information provided by this calculator.
Need to do a quick calculation during your brew day? Don’t fancy digging through a GUI application, or a web based tool? Prefer to do simple things in a terminal?
Then brew-tools is for you.
Currently brew-tools includes:
Keg priming calculator
Priming sugar calculator
Quick infusion calculator
Adjust gravity with dme calculator
Apparent and Real attenuation calculator
Final gravity from a given attenuation percentage
Gravity adjustment by boil off/dilution calculator
New gravity after volume adjustment
Strike water temperature
More to come
See the changelog for updates in each version
Brew-tools is available from PyPI
pip install brew-tools
You can also clone/download this repository and install it using pip
cd <brew-tools-dir> pip install .
When first starting Brew tools you will be asked for your preferred unit type, metric or imperial. This is then stored in a config file and used as the default unit. This can be temporarily changed with the –unit option.
Brew tools has built in help
Usage: brew-tools [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]... Options: --version Show the version and exit. --unit [metric|imperial] Ignore config and use a different unit. --help Show this message and exit. Commands: abv infuse kegpsi prime dme
and also for its commands
brew-tools infuse --help Usage: brew-tools infuse [OPTIONS] Options: -temp FLOAT Current temperature of mash -target FLOAT Target temperature of mash -ratio FLOAT Grist/water ratio -grain FLOAT Weight of grain in mash -water FLOAT Temp of infusion water --help Show this message and exit.
If the inputs are not passed via the command line arguments, brew tools will prompt the user for input.
For more information see the documentation
If you want to help develop brew tools you should install it into a virtual environment. The current version of brew-tools uses [Poetry](https://poetry.eustace.io/) to manage virtual environments and such.
In order to start, [install Poetry](https://poetry.eustace.io/docs/#installation) and change into the brew-tools directory. From there you can run
which will create a virtual environment and install the dependencies. To run brew_tools in the developmeent environment it’s probably easiest to run
which will spawn a configured shell for the environment.
Tests can be run in this environment, or you can use
poetry run pytest tests
to run the tests without spawning a shell.
In addition to the tests it’s advisable to run a linter of the source as Travis will also check for linting errors. The linter command ignores some errors, so you can use this command to match the command run by Travis
poetry run flake8 src --ignore=E501,W504,W503
/u/DAMNIT_REZNO - for inspiring me to start this project
SlayterDev - DME addition calculator
Brew Tools is released under the MIT license.
See LICENSE.txt for more details
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