You can estimate the OG based on the ingredients used. Just enter them into any of the popular recipe calculators/spreadsheets.
Once you have the OG, you can use the numerous, online ABV calculators to figure out the ABV.
Or, just use this equation:
og-fg X 131
Originally Posted by IrregularPulse
I'll make my buddy do it with me next time. That'll make me go harder at it.
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