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Posted in thread: I got some new balls. on 07-11-2015 at 12:55 PM
I always weight the bag when I dry or keg hop. I've done both in the past without weight, and I
believe I get a lot more from the hops, and quicker, when they are more submerged than floating
on top. ...
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Posted in thread: How do I calculate OG when adding sugar mid ferment? on 04-13-2015 at 10:15 AM
Thank you, ajdelange. You obviously have lots of knowledge in brew science. Someday when I have
more free time, I'll probably study it more.
Posted in thread: How do I calculate OG when adding sugar mid ferment? on 04-12-2015 at 02:22 AM
In that case the answer is "There is no way to tell."You made 10 gal of wort with specific
gravity of 1.096. Divide the 96 by 4.2 to get 23.3 °P. That's the percentage of sugar in your
wort by weight....
Posted in thread: How do I calculate OG when adding sugar mid ferment? on 04-11-2015 at 12:09 PM
The total amount of fermentables would be the same as if you added it at the beginning so you
could plug the ingredient list, including additional sugar, into BeerSmith or a similar program
and see wh...
Posted in thread: How do I calculate OG when adding sugar mid ferment? on 04-11-2015 at 12:04 PM
Sugar adds .046 points per gallon per pound. So in your 10 gallon batch, you'd get up to around
1.100 with a lb, or around 1.101 with a lb and a quarter.Thanks, ong. I thought dry sugars
added about ....
Posted in thread: How do I calculate OG when adding sugar mid ferment? on 04-10-2015 at 10:36 PM
I brewed an Imperial Stout with some friends. The OG came out at 1.096, lower than we wanted,
so after it was nearly finished fermenting, we decided to add 1.25 pounds of sugar to raise the
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