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The finished volume is: 11 gallons  Low  High 
The original gravity is: 1.084
The alcohol is: 8.3% v/v (6.5% w/w)  v/v
The color is: 7 HCU (~6 SRM)
The bitterness is: 22 IBU

Select which area of the recipe spreadsheet you wish to work on:

All sections Description Batch Size Mash Boil Bitterness


Enter a brief description of the beer for this recipe.

Beer Name:
All grain Partial mash Extract w/grain Extract
Enter the expected final gravity. (Style range: -)

Batch Size

Enter estimated volumes (in gallons). Important: Fill in these fields first so that the calculations in the tables below can be carried out properly.

Sparge runoff: Leave this blank if doing an extract only recipe.
Boil volume: Enter the volume of wort you will be boiling.
Final volume: Enter the total batch size.


Enter your typical mash efficiency for recipes of this type.

Mash efficiency (%):

Enter the grains to be used in the mash or use the "Add Grain" page to select the grains.

Grain Lb. Oz. % Extract
Points Color
88% 59.2 3.6
8.0% 5.5 1.5
2.0% 1.3 1.1
2.0% 1.2 1.0
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- - -
25.0 lb. 67.3 7.2

Given the mash efficiency, the estimated runoff SG is: 1.057


Enter any malt extracts or sugar added to the boil.

Ingredient Lb. Oz. % Extract
Points Color
100% 17.1 0.0
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- - -
17.1 0.0

The starting boil volume is: 12 gallons
The specific gravity for the boil is: 1.077


Enter hop varieties and alpha acid ratings or use the "Add Hops" page to select your hops. Place a "p" under the "PB" column for pellet hops and/or "b" when using a hop bag. Specify the quantity of hops (in ounces) under the column indicating the time (in minutes) boiled. Modify the minute fields if you use a different hopping schedule.

Hop Variety Alpha
PB Hop Additions IBU Contributions
Aroma 60453015
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6.8 6.2 5.2 3.4
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- - - -
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Utilization (%):
18% 17% 14% 9.0%

The estimated bitterness is: 22 IBU

Enter hops by: Weight IBU
Utilization method: Tinseth Rager Custom
Custom factor:

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