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Offline El Viejo Hobbit

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Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« on: February 03, 2018, 09:40:51 AM »
Hello a pleasure to greet you. I'm Juan Pablo from Argentina.
I have a brewery in Villa Gesell, a city by the sea 360 km south of Buenos Aires. It's called The Old Hobbit
Do you know if there is a BeerSmith version in Spanish?
I also wanted to know why the program puts so many decimals when it is in a metric system. It is a bit unbearable that after the point put 6 decimals. Can it be set up from somewhere? Otherwise the software seems great.

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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2018, 12:26:01 PM »
Welcome Juan Pablo. On the BeerSmith download page ( http://beersmith.com/download-beersmith/ ) about halfway down the page is a section titled "Non-English Versions and Files". There is a Spanish Lang.xml fie that you can download, and there are some instruction on what to do with it. I don't know exactly what that file does. If you have problems or more questions, there is a portion of the forum dedicated to translating BeerSmith and you might find help there.

Regarding the number of decimal places, that can be set by going to Options->Units and selecting the precision.

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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #2 on: February 03, 2018, 08:29:12 PM »
Thanks my friend, know a see all in spanish
No puedo arreglar lo de los decimales es muy molesto
I can not solve the problem with decimals and it is very annoying. Six decimals is crazy. For what?

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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2018, 12:55:15 PM »
Hello Juan. Be interested to see what you come up with, down there. Keep us up on what you're brewing!
Grand dad? Can I have a ride on your motorcycle and then help you brew? Come on!?! Are there any sweeter words?

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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #4 on: February 07, 2018, 01:13:18 PM »
I send 360? fotos of my restorant in Villa Gesell Argentina

And Video of my beer machine
https://www.facebook.com/elviejohobbit/videos/1528116657212682/

And Video of my bussines https://youtu.be/YEKYhEjE4DM


Recepci?n Sal?n: https://goo.gl/maps/aqeRh3CTtPs

Sal?n frente barra: https://goo.gl/maps/VpzWtAUozgL2

Salon central: https://goo.gl/maps/GPvQU3BeB6M2

Sal?n planta alta: https://goo.gl/maps/8GVCnPTgcMT2

Jardin: https://goo.gl/maps/1MhjsowH3tr



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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2018, 05:31:41 AM »
HEY EVERYBODY!!!! I'm thinking ROAD TRIP!!! Check out Juan's place. Pretty F'n cool!
Grand dad? Can I have a ride on your motorcycle and then help you brew? Come on!?! Are there any sweeter words?

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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #6 on: February 12, 2018, 07:32:57 AM »
I'm waiting for the arrival of a band of brewers from North America

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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #7 on: February 26, 2018, 07:31:30 PM »
Che, Juan Pablo. Tengo mucha familia en Mar del Plata. La proxima vez que visite, me gustaria probar tu cerveza y conocerte. Mucha gente produce su propria cerveza, en casa o en negocios, en la Argentina?

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Re: Hi am Juan de Argentina. Many decimales Beersmith Spanish
« Reply #8 on: February 27, 2018, 10:51:05 AM »
Va ser una alegr?a recibir tu visita cuando vengas a Mar del Plata y pases por Villa Gesell. Villa Gesell est? a 100 km de Mar del Plata, m?s o menos a una hora y media en autom?vil.
En este momento hay un crecimiento enorme de la cerveza artesanal en Argentina. Yo comenc? a hacer cerveza en el a?o 2002, y las cervecer?as artesanales eran much?simas menos. Afortunadamente actualmente hay muchos Homebrewer y muchas peque?as cervecer?as. Los que saben dicen que el fen?meno de la cerveza artesanal  tiene un retraso de 10 a?os en argentina con respecto a EEUU. Esto quiere decir que aqu? est? sucediendo lo que sucedi? hace 10 a?os en USA. En nuestro mercado la cerveza artesanal representa el 2% del mercado de la cerveza. Hace m?s o menos 30 a?os la cerveza se tomaba solamente en verano, y la bebida m?s consumida era el vino de mesa (com?n y barato) Luego el vino fue sustituido en gran parte por la cerveza tipo lager que comenz? a ser bebida durante todo el a?o. Los argentinos comenzamos a tomar menor cantidad de vino pero de mejor calidad.
La marca lider en cerveza en Argentina se llama Quilmes, la empresa tiene m?s de 100 a?os. Los viejos dicen que alguna vez fue muy buena, actualmente hacen una cerveza muy liviana con un 40% de arroz. Esta cerveza es parecida a una BUDWEISER.
Con el surgimiento de la Cerveza Artesanal en Argentina, al principio todo era muy rustico. Al principio los brewpus y los homebrewers hac?amos algo parecido al agua sucia de un charco, y no a la cerveza. Incluso por aquellos a?os era muy dif?cil encontrar insumos. A la malta alguien se la robaba a Quilmes y luego nos la vend?a a los homebrewers. Eran malta de baja modificaci?n. Las maltas especiales las hac?an los cerveceros caseros como pod?an cocin?ndolas un poco en el horno de su cocina, mientra la esposa rezongaba.
Hoy por suerte hay todos los insumos que puedas desear nacionales e importados. Siempre tenemos cosas nuevas que aprender, pero por suerte hemos mejorado mucho. Quilmes, hace otra cerveza similar a la artesanal con el nombre de Patagonia. El gran gigante tiembla ante un ejercito de Homebrewers barrigudos

It will be a joy to receive your visit when you come to Mar del Plata and go through Villa Gesell. Villa Gesell is 100 km from Mar del Plata, about an hour and a half by car.
At this time there is a huge growth of craft beer in Argentina. I started making beer in 2002, and craft breweries were many less. Fortunately, there are currently many Homebrewer and many small breweries. Those who know say that the phenomenon of craft beer has a delay of 10 years in Argentina with respect to the US. This means that here is happening what happened 10 years ago in the USA. In our market, craft beer represents 2% of the beer market. About 30 years ago beer was only taken in summer, and the most consumed drink was table wine (common and cheap). Then the wine was largely replaced by lager beer that began to be drunk during the whole year. Argentines begin to take less wine but of better quality.
The leading beer brand in Argentina is called Quilmes, the company is more than 100 years old. The old people say that it was once very good, they currently make a very light beer with 40% rice. This beer is similar to a BUDWEISER.
With the emergence of Craft Beer in Argentina, at first everything was very rustic. At first the brewpus and the homebrewers made something similar to the dirty water of a puddle, and not beer. Even in those years it was very difficult to find supplies. The malt was stolen from Quilmes and then sold to the homebrewers. They were low modification malt. The special malts were made by the home brewers as they could be cooked a little in the oven in their kitchen, while the wife grumbled.
Today, fortunately, there are all the inputs that you may want, both domestic and imported. We always have new things to learn, but luckily we have improved a lot. Quilmes makes another beer similar to the craft with the name of Patagonia. The great giant trembles before an army of potbellied Homebrewers