BeerAlchemy Mac


If you like beer BeerAlchemy will really make your day. Download BeerAlchemy free and you will be able to brew your own home-brewed beer with its recipes

8/10 (2 Votes)

Carlsberg, Heineken, San Miguel, Coronita, Stella Artois... They try to sell us all kinds of beers sheltered under well known brands. Why only settle only for commercial brands and let the companies decide for you? Brew your own beer with BeerAlchemy.

Producing home-brewed beer is a method that is very popular in many countries. Now you will also be able to do it with BeerAlchemy, the magic formula to create all kinds of home-brewed beer. The perfect application for beer lovers. Have a look at all the recipes, try them out and get a few bags of crisps to with them.


  • Create your own recipes and look them up whenever you want.
  • A full database with ingredients that you will be able to expand.
  • Possibility to export and import recipes.
  • International measures.
  • Keep a inventory of your ingredients stock.
  • Includes a calculator to precisely add the exact amount of ingredients.
  • Create lists with the stores that can sell you the ingredients.


BeerAlchemy will offer you everything that is necessary to elaborate your own home-brewed beer. Select the ingredients to ferment, the brewer yeast and any other ingredient that you may require, like fruit, aromas... Configure the mixture of all these elements and start brewing.

From the developers website you will have access to a large amount of recipes that have been shared by other users. There are all kinds of Ales and Beers from many countries, so why not share your own to place your country in a good position. Download BeerAlchemy.

Requirements and additional information:

  • The trial version can be launched seven times during a period of 30 days.

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Mac OS X 10.10.
  • Requires a 64-bit operating system.
Kent Place Software
3 months ago
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