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Old 10-07-2009, 09:39 PM   #1
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Was wondering if anyone can calculate the SG for me, 3 Gallons of wort at 133 F at 1.070 gravity, what would this equate to, thanks again.

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Old 10-07-2009, 09:49 PM   #2
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Old 10-07-2009, 09:49 PM   #3
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Are you asking for a calculation of what your SG would be with a top-off, or are you asking for a conversion because your sample was 133*F when you measured with your hydrometer?

If it is the first, the calc is:

(3 gal X 1.070 + 2 gal X 1.000) / 5 gal = 1.042

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pulled a measuring out of my 3 gallons of wort and measured it at 133 F. So what would the gravity be from 1.070 when its a 5 gallon sample and at the right temperature?

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So you are topping off with water and need the reading corrected for temp? Is this post boil?

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nm I'm an idiot simple calculation, SG- 1.065.

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Actually it's 1.050

1.070 at 133F = 1.084 at 60F

84*3/5 = 50.4

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Actually it's 1.050

1.070 at 133F = 1.084 at 60F

84*3/5 = 50.4
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