Beer Calculator
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Beer Stats Calculator
Calculate ABV, Calories, Carbs of your homebrew beer.
Based mostly on formulas by Charlie Fix and Google results from around the web.
Just enter the starting and final gravities.
Starting Specific Gravity
Final Specific Gravity
Or use Starting and Final BRIX from your Hydrometer
Starting BRIX:
Final (after fermentation) BRIX:
Beer Statistics
Starting Gravity
Final Gravity
Starting Gravity in Plato
Final Gravity in Plato
Real Extract
Apparent Attenuation
Real Attenuation
Alcohol By Volume (ABV)
Alcohol By Weight (ABW)
Calories for 12oz / 22oz
Carbs / 12 oz
Based in part on the formulas at
Primetab
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Batch Sparge Calculator
Calculate batch sparge amounts based on John Palmers How to Brew formulas.
Recipe Original Gravity (in points, 1.050 = 50)
Grain bill (lbs)
Recipe Batch Size (gallons) (into Fermenter)
Boil Volume (gallons) (preboil volume)
Water Rentention Coefficient
Batch Sparge Calculations
Batch Sparge Mash Ratio
Scale Up Factor
Batch Sparge Grain Bill
First Running Gravity
Second Running Gravity
Pre-Boil Gravity / Calculated Final Gravity
Water Volumes
Mash Water Volume (qt/gal)
Batch Sparge Water Volume (qt/gal)
Total Batch Sparge Mash Volume (qt/gal)
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ABV Adjustments
Calculate how much Alcohol is needed to raise the ABV. Spike sparkling water or how does adding Bourbon affect your beer ABV
Example 1. Spike 12 oz. sparkling water to 5% ABV. Add 1.7 oz of 40% Vodka.
Click the Starting Volume box and tab to the next field.
Example 2. Starting volume of your beer is 640 oz. Starting ABV is 7%.
Add 6 oz Bourbon at 40%. Find the new ABV
Starting Volume of Beer or Beverage to raise the ABV (ounces)?
ounces
What is the Starting Percent ABV of the Beer or Beverage?
ABV
What Percent ABV of the Spirit You Are Adding?
ABV
How Much Spirit are you adding (ounces)?
ounces
Spiked beverage Details
New ABV
ABV Of Addition Volume
New Volume of the Beverage
Raise the ABV from the Starting ABV Above to a Target ABV
Example. Starting volume of beer is 640 ounces (5 gallons) at 7% ABV.
You want to raise it to 8% ABV. How much Bourbon do you need to add?
Fill in Amounts below.
Starting Volume of Beer or Beverage to raise the ABV (ounces)?
ounces
What is the Starting Percent ABV of the Beer or Beverage?
ABV
What Percent ABV of the Spirit You Are Adding?
ABV
What is your Target ABV?
ABV
Amount of alcohol to add
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Mash / Sparge Water Volume Calculator
Calculate mash and sparge water volumes based on information in Brew Your Own and around the web
Grain bill (lbs)
Recipe Batch Size (gallons)
Boil Time (minutes)
Mash to water ratio (qts/lbs)
Grain Temperature
Target Mash Temperature
Equipment Loss (gal)
Boil Off Rate percent/hr
Grain Absorbtion Rate
Mash/Sparge Water Details
Target Strike Temp
Mash Water
Sparge Water
Total Water Needed
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Pitching Rate Calculator
Calculate pitching rate based on Jamil Zainasheff's Brewing Classic Styles. Visit
Starter Info at mrmalty.com
Wort Degrees Plato
or Specific Gravity
Wort Volume (gallons) (in the fermenter)
Yeast Cells to Pitch (billion)
Wyeast Smack pack and a White Labs vials have about 100 billion cells (70 -140). A two liter starter doubles the yeast cells in a smack pack or vial.
Based on these values,
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Change a Recipe to Reach a Target Gravity
Calculations Based BYO article
Calculating Gravity, Bitterness and Color
and the chart for
Grain Potential Extract
or
Homebrew Talk Wiki Malt Chart
This calculator can be used to expirement with adjusting a grain to change the gravity of your beer. This could be useful if you need to scale up a recipe based on your efficiency. Based on the values you use, I will display the weight of the grain needed to add or remove to change the gravity. This can also be used to determine how much DME to add to adjust gravity. You can use this tool calculate you efficiency albeit harder as you have to determine your recipe average PPG then add your Original Gravity and adjust your efficiency until you get your grain bill weight. e.g. my 1.044 Blonde with a PPG of 38 and Efficiency of 70% gives me the 9lbs I used.
Enter points to change (1.004 = 4 points. 1.040 to 1.050 is 10 points)
Gravity points to change
Using MAX PPG (from HTB)
Using Efficiency
Batch Size (gallons)
Grain Data
LBS of Grain
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Convert Brix to Specific Gravity / Plato
Based in part, on Mr Wizzard from Brew Your Own (BYO) Magazine formulas
and John Palmers How To Brew book.
BRIX
Plato
Specific Gravity
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Convert Specific Gravity to Brix / Plato
Based in part, on Mr Wizzard from Brew Your Own (BYO) Magazine formulas
and John Palmers How To Brew book.
Specific Gravity
BRIX
Plato
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Convert Plato to Brix / Specific Gravity
Based in part, on Mr Wizzard from Brew Your Own (BYO) Magazine formulas
and John Palmers How To Brew book.
PLATO
BRIX
Specific Gravity
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adjust mash temperature
adjust mash temp up or down by adding water at your desired temerature. the bigger the difference between the target and the temp of the water added will decrease the total water you need to add.
current mash temp (f)
target mash temp (f)
total grain weight (lbs)
total mash volume (quarts)
temp of water you are adding (f)
water to grain ratio
you will need to add
your new total mash volume will be
using the formula
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How Much Beer Is Left In My Keg
How much beer is left in my keg? Enter the current weight, weight of the empty keg and final gravity of the beer.
Old soda kegs (Corny) are usually 9.29 Lbs. Newer kegs are Aroung 8.6 LBS. You need to weigh your empty to start.
I use my digital grain scale
Current Keg Weight
Empty Keg Weight
Final Specific gravity
The estimated amount of beer left in your keg is
gallons (
liters)
This file last modified 09/14/19
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