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[http://www.bjcp.org Beer Judge Certification Program] (BJCP) styles for beers are provided for classifying your beer, and for providing guidance on vital statistics, such as [http://www.beertoolspro.com/wiki/Original_Gravity Original gravity], and [http://www.beertoolspro.com/wiki/Color Color]. From the Session menu, you can open the Style Editor to view your currently chosen BJCP beer style selected from the [http://www.beertoolspro.com/wiki/Style_Tab Style Tab]. If you want to create your own style, you should use the [http://www.beertoolspro.com/wiki/Styles Styles Database] feature to add a new style.  
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[http://www.bjcp.org Beer Judge Certification Program] (BJCP) styles for beers are provided for classifying your beer, and for providing guidance on vital statistics, such as [[Original Gravity]], and [[Color]]. From the Session menu, you can open the Style Editor to view your currently chosen BJCP beer style selected from the [[Style Tab]]. If you want to create your own style, you should use the [[Styles|Styles Database]] feature to add a new style.  
  
 
You can also you the Style Editor as a means of viewing the entire BJCP style description for your currently selected style. This is useful for gaining guidance on ingredients that are appropriate for the beer style, for learning about historical information, for finding commercial examples, or for just learning about a particular BJCP style.
 
You can also you the Style Editor as a means of viewing the entire BJCP style description for your currently selected style. This is useful for gaining guidance on ingredients that are appropriate for the beer style, for learning about historical information, for finding commercial examples, or for just learning about a particular BJCP style.

Revision as of 00:46, 12 January 2007

Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) styles for beers are provided for classifying your beer, and for providing guidance on vital statistics, such as Original Gravity, and Color. From the Session menu, you can open the Style Editor to view your currently chosen BJCP beer style selected from the Style Tab. If you want to create your own style, you should use the Styles Database feature to add a new style.

You can also you the Style Editor as a means of viewing the entire BJCP style description for your currently selected style. This is useful for gaining guidance on ingredients that are appropriate for the beer style, for learning about historical information, for finding commercial examples, or for just learning about a particular BJCP style.