To brew beer according to the recipe created choose <Recipe Book> on the screen (see figure 4.4), and then the list of recipes that were previously downloaded into the database will be displayed. The example is shown in figure 4.10.
The following options of the module "Choose Recipe" are available for every recipe:
history of cooking according to recipes
changing of parameters of the recipe that is similar to the module "Creation of New Recipe" (see paragraph 4)
To brew beer according to the chosen recipe, select it without touching the area of graphic buttons, and then BeerRender will download the module of the boiling process, as shown in figure 4.11.
Schematically boiling and Mash Tuns are shown and their water volumes are specified on the screen. On either side of tanks there are temperature meters showing the current temperature of tanks. In the top center of the screen there are process sensors that are colored in individual tints if they are active or become gray if they are passive.
Sensors (see downright) notify of the following processes:
mixing in a close circuit of the Mash Tun
wort pumping from the boiling tank to the Mash Tun
wort pumping from the Mash Tun to the boiling tank
operation of the induction heater (figures under it show the current power of the induction electric heater)
operation of the wort cooling circuit
wort outlet to fermenter
At the bottom of the screen there is a sensor of the brewing cycle looking like a yellow stripe, the display board of which shows a red name of the current process and a smaller yellow name of the process stage. At the right side of the display board there is the remaining time before the process end. Parameters of the temperature pause are shown on the display board "Current Pause" that is to the right of the Mash Tun under the temperature meter (see figure 4.11). For emergency stop of the brewing process press the red button <STOP> in the right upper corner. After stopping the process BeerRender switches to the "Manual Mode" that allows to control built-in ball and solenoid valves, the induction electronic heater and pumps.
The display in the "Manual Mode" is shown in figure 4.12.
Control units have the following options:
K1+ / K1 – Open / Close the valve K1 respectively;
K1 – a valve of hop container # 1;
K2 – a valve of hop container # 2;
K3 – a valve of hop container # 3;
K4 – a valve of the direct line between boiling tank and Mash Tun;
K5 – a valve of the cabling line of the Mash Tun passing through the heat exchanger;
K6 – a solenoid valve of the heat exchanger cooling line;
K7 – a valve of the drain line of ready-made wort;
K8 – a valve of the drain sewage line;
K9 – a valve of the Mash Tun;
K0 – a solenoid valve of the water supply line;
X1-D a cross ball valve switching flows to the forward direction between boiling tank and Mash Tun;
X1-A a cross ball valve switching flows to the angular direction in a close circuit of the Mash Tun;
H1 – control of a valve of the boiling tank;
H2 – control of a valve of the Mash Tun;
Q1 – zeroing of censor of the boiling tank's outlet line;
Q2 – zeroing of censor of the dughing tank's outlet line;
9 buttons in the bottom right corner (OFF, 2000, 2200, 2400, 2600, 2800, 3000, 3200, 3400) that are intended to control power of the induction electric heater.