Import your Brewtoad recordsdata into Brewer’s Good friend- Shortly and Simply!

Tuesday, January eighth, 2019

Exporting recipes from Brewtoad, or any sort of *.xml file, and into Brewer’s Good friend is straightforward and easy.   When you find yourself on the Brewtoad web site, you’ll be able to export the recipes separately simply.   Nevertheless, that could possibly be very tedious,  so you could possibly strive utilizing this method for exporting all of them discovered on right here:

Please be suggested that we didn’t write that script, so please be cautious in making an attempt it.

Brewer’s Good friend accepts each *.bsmx (Beersmith) and the *.xml file codecs, so you’ll be able to import ANY .xml recordsdata into Brewer’s Good friend from different software program applications or from recipes on the web which have an .xml or *bsmx file sort.   When you export your recipes,  save to your laptop or in a dropbox you probably have a really giant variety of recipes.  It’s a good suggestion to reserve it to your desktop, for ease to find it once more.

Then, to import your recipes into Brewer’s Good friend, simply open your web browser, and go to 

Log into your account, and select “Instruments” within the orange software bar.

Then select “Import Recipes” within the dropdown.


A display will seem, telling you to decide on a file, or to pull it into the field.

You even have a alternative about what to do with components within the recipe that will not have a precise match in Brewer’s Good friend.   When importing from Beersmith or Brewtoad (or many different applications), the underside field ought to be checked, as this may permit these unmatched objects to be listed in your recipe:


When you might have made your choice right here, scroll again up just a little and upon getting chosen the file(s) to import, click on “import”.

When the import is completed, the brand new recipes can be listed in your dashboard beneath “My Recipes”.

You’ll see {that a} discover will say:  “! Recipe simply imported, Edit and Save to fill in stats.



Click on on the title of the primary recipe you want to save in Brewer’s Good friend.   Then, click on “edit” on the suitable facet close to the highest of the display.


That may convey up the total recipe and right here it can save you it.   You may as well select whether or not to make this recipe public (shared) or non-public by transferring the slider (see beneath).


When you click on save, this recipe can be in “My Recipes” in Brewer’s Good friend as one in all your common recipes.


That’s all there’s to it!  It’s fast, straightforward, and allows you to preserve your total assortment of recipe recordsdata on our cloud.  Cheers!