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    Beer Math with Brett Shegogue

    As I mentioned in my Recipe Setup article, it is nice to utilize brewing software so you don't have to make complex calculations. While this is true, some of us would like to know the formulas behind those calculations. Knowledge of your formulas is useful for making adjustments on-the-fly, or...
  2. M

    Take the guessing out of efficiency Part 3

    As I explained in the first article, efficiency is defined as the amount of extract present in the wort divided by the total possible amount of extract. This can be divided into different kinds of efficiencies that can be calculated such as conversion, lautering and brewhouse efficiency. Here is...
  3. M

    Take the guessing out of efficiency Part 3

    As I explained in the first article, efficiency is defined as the amount of extract present in the wort divided by the total possible amount of extract. This can be divided into different kinds of efficiencies that can be calculated such as conversion, lautering and brewhouse efficiency. Here is...
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    Jack Keller Frozen Strawberry Wine w/White Grape Juice vs. Concentrate

    Greetings Experts! This post is borne out of the sad fact that maybe affecting many of us, that Welch's has discontinued their Frozen Concentrates. TLDR: Need help reformulating for juice. I am here asking for some help in a recipe conversion. One of my favorite recipes is Jack Keller's Frozen...
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    Mixing 2 known water sources - basic math and Beersmith question

    Hi All, I have a Ward Labs report for my tap water and I'd like to dilute it with some R/O water to tone down some of the compounds. I also have a report for the R/O water (from the provider) that I'll assume is accurate for my purposes. I assume that calculating the compounds resulting from a...
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