I froze my beer for more alcohol, but since there's less water, the beer is thicker.
The whole point is because alcohol has a lower freezing point than water and vice versa with melting. Since I froze it, I can drip the alcohol out, kinda like Brewdog did with their tactial nuclear penguin beer.
Here's my problem and I'm hoping you all can help me:
My FG was 1.025 and my original ABV was right at 5%, but after I froze it, the beer is WAY thicker and now my new FG is 1.070. So now I can't figure out what the ABV is since the hydrometer went the opposite way. Anyone know how to calculate this??
I tasted it, and it's definitely substantially stronger than before and tastes so much better. I kind of want to do this with every beer I brew just for the heck of it, but if I can't figure out how much alcohol is in this thing I'm going to go insane!!!!!