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Old 12-03-2008, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default Anyone know the FG for this kit?

India Pale Ale Extract Kit
O.G: 1064 / Ready: 2 months

Kit Inventory

Specialty Grains
1 lbs. Simpsons CaraMalt

Fermentables
3.15 lbs. Gold Malt Syrup (boil for 60 min.)
6 lbs. Gold Malt Syrup (boil for 15 min.)

Boil Additions
1 oz. Yakima Magnum (60 min)
0.5 oz. Kent Goldings (30 min)
1 oz. Kent Goldings (15 min)
0.5 oz. Kent Goldings (1 min)


Danstar Nottingham Ale Yeast. Optimum temperature: 57-70° F.

I checked the website and the FG is nowhere to be found.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 12-03-2008, 11:22 AM   #2
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Well, Nottingham attentuates to 70-75%, so assuming this, your FG could be anywhere between 1.019 and 1.016.

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Thanks fly!

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Thanks fly!

Sure thing! It's actually quite simple to calculate an estimated FG based on OG and the AA of the yeast strain you are using.
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Sure thing! It's actually quite simple to calculate an estimated FG based on OG and the AA of the yeast strain you are using.
How do you do that?
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How do you do that?

Simple arithmetic, my good man!

1) Take the expected attentuation of your yeast and subtract it from 100 (100-70= 30 or 30% or .30)
2) Multiply the last two numbers of your OG (64) by this factor.

.30 x 64 = 19.2 or 1.019
.25 x 64 = 16 or 1.016

Given an OG of 1.064 using a yeast with AA of 70-75%, the estimated FG will be between 1.019 and 1.016.
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Last question, If my IPA started at 1.058 and a reading 3 days ago was 1.021 am I done? should I rack to secondary now?

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