Log and track your kombucha brews with KombuchApp! KombuchApp lets you log and track your kombucha brews in a convenient and easy way. You can add photos and notes to each brew and setup reminders to be notified when your kombucha is ready. Main features: • Easily log your kombucha brews. • Track you brews' progress with a visual indicator. • Copy ingredient quantities from a previous brew to a new one. • Ingredients' units can be configured for each ingredient and brew individually. • Add notes to each of your brews to log additional details. • Give a star-rating to your brews. • Archive finished brews for better organization. • Add multiple photos to each brew from the camera or photo library (full version). • Add notes to your brew's photos (full version). • Setup a reminder to be notified a brew is ready (full version). • Log and set a reminder for your kombucha's second fermentation (full version). Get the full version of KombuchApp to add photos to your brews, setup reminders, and log second fermentation. Enjoy brewing your kombucha with KombuchApp!
Was looking for a general project tracker to use for tracking my brews, but I found this instead. Looks like it has what I meed in terms of features. ***Edited to add that it would be nice to include days of the week anywhere dates appear, and that a place/tab to store recipes and notes would be great too. The recipe area could use more customization options. Would be nice to be able to enter what kind of sugar and water was used, like for the tea. Helpful stuff to track! I actually use this app to track three kinds of fermented drinks, not just Kombucha, and the recipe area doesn’t fit those other ferments great (Water kefir and Ginger bug). Could be nice to have more flexibility/customization there. Overall fills its purpose, but a bit barebones.
Easy to navigate, nice bright interface
I have used an excel spreadsheet to track my continuous brewing cycles for years but I thought I should get in the “app wagon” for the convenience. I looked at what was out there and this app seemed like the best. I have used it for a few CB cycles and I could use a few more features. Like how many bottles I pulled for F2. And the result of F2. Was carbonation achieved? And in my spreadsheet, I tracked the total number of bottles brewed at $5 per bottle for a savings of $1,200. Helped to motivate this home brewer. Love my booch!
Update: Thank you for pointing out the recipe feature. Updated to 4 stars. This app has serious potential. What I would like to see is the ability to change the measurement type in each brew log. Being able to add photos is nice, except there’s no space for a caption to remind myself of exactly why that photo was saved. Also a section to keep recipes would be nice. So ingredients and flavors could just be automatically added in the batch addition. Maybe a community section to share recipes, ideas, success, failure, etc. would be nice.
I’ve been keeping track of my Kombucha brews by keeping manual notes of what I do. This app is a great resource to manage all my brews in one location. There are a few more features I would like the app to implement. I feel the price for the full version of the app is too costly. If the app sold for $3 I would buy it.
This app replaced my spreadsheet booch tracker! Thank you!
Thx for this app. I make Jun & Kombucha brews. I would love to see added to the UNITS menu: “Honey” as a sweetener, and a custom “Loose Tea” option. ❤️😃❤️
This app has everything you need to track your kombucha brews, I’ve been using it for a while and it’s been great! I specially find the second fermentation feature very useful. You can take pictures, add notes, keep track of the exact amount of ingredients you used for each brew and save all that information to improve the next one... Five stars!
This app has everything I need to keep track of my 3 jars of kombucha. Saves me time and paper from keeping a physical log.
Brewing kombucha is a 2 step process and this app only covers the primary fermentation. Needs to track the bottling/secondary phase. Until then it’s incomplete