need online calc for partial DME and Grain

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Bubbles2

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Is there a calculator online for putting in the partial grain bill coupled with DME to get an estimate on my OG at start?
I have a bunch of different malts here to brew with, but was hoping to get an idea at the sugar I will get from em?
Thanks for looking in

Example:
.5lb Special
.5lb Non Malted Wheat
Dme needed to get to 1060 OG,,, type thing
 

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Something like this?
You specify the brew method and can then enter ingredients. (I checked and you can use All Grain for the method and still add extracts as ingredients.
 

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I like Brewtoad. I think its one of the more simple programs but I started using it because it's free and have continued using it because it has all my recipes. I haven't noticed any accuracy issues.
 
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Kealia, thanks appreciate that. Do you have any idea why my OG on a mock recipe of 5lbs DME, 1lb of wheat, .5lb of special shows 1.05 and a FG of 1.012? is that supposed to be 10.50? EDIT I meant 1.050
 
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