Gravity / ABV Calculator. Enter your initial gravity measurement, final final gravity measurement,the measurement scale, and the temperature they were taken at.
Gravity / ABV Calculator Results: Here are the results of your calculations with your gravity readings corrected for temperature:
The standard method of estimating ABV is to use the specific gravity. Specific gravity is the relative density of a liquid compared with the density of water. When fermentation occurs, the specific gravity of a spirit changes. You can monitor this change to find the alcohol content of your homebrew
Refractometers are a great way to sample gravity, however once alcohol is created during fermentation they will require a few calculations to correct the reading.
If you’ve ever wondered whether a 6 pack of Budweiser has more or less alcohol than 8 Miller Lites, or how many beers that malt 40 is equivalent to, look no further!
This simple calculator converts back and forth between alcohol by weight (ABW) and alcohol by volume (ABV). Enter the value you wish to conver into the appropriate box and click the calculate button.
Our free calculator will allow you to approximate your BAC by taking your weight, your gender and the amount of drinks you have had.
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ABV Kit Alcohol Measurement by Refractometer and Hydrometer. The alcohol content of a beer, wine and cider may easily be established by combining the results of two simple test measurements, that of a refractometer (RI-Zeiss) and a hydrometer (SG).
Results % Alcohol by Volume: This is about as accurate as you can get with the equipment and methods available to amateur wine makers. Wineries use distilling equipment as shown above to get a more exact alcohol content.