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Old 07-28-2009, 02:07 AM   #1
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Default IBU/SG Ratios by Style

Found this on the internets and thought it would be helpful.

You can thank Ray Daniels.

Alt-.70
Kolsch- .53
Barley Wine- .94
Ordinary bitter- 1.28
Special Bitter- .73
Extra Special Bitter- .73
Pale Ale- .91
IPA- 1.10
Bock- .34
Helles- .36
Doppel- .33
Eisbock- .26
Mild Brown- .64
English Brown- .56
American Brown- .95
Old Ale- .58
Bohemian Pils- .75-.85
German Pils- .68-.80
Dortmunder Export- .40-.60
Munich Helles- .38-.48
Brown porter- .55-.72
Robust Porter- .61-.93
Scottish Ale .3-.5
Octoberfest- .42-.50
Wheat- .14-.34
Classic Stout- .8-1.20
Foreign Stout- .9
Sweet Stout- .3-.5
Imperial Stout- .9

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Good reference. Thanks. Why is Helles listed twice with different numbers?

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Good reference. Thanks. Why is Helles listed twice with different numbers?
Maybe Munich Helles and Helles Bock?
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Maybe Munich Helles and Helles Bock?
Ahh yes, that would also explain the "Doppel" without a suffix.
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Ahh yes, that would also explain the "Doppel" without a suffix.
Don't feel bad. I had to look it up. I don't know anythig about Helles, or Hellesi as they're called in groups.
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