I just tapped a Rye IPA and, to my eyes, the color is anywhere between 8-15 SRM, depending on where/how I hold the glass up to my cheap Color Wheel. Predicted color was about 12, so I’m in the ballpark. But it got me thinking: How do you all determine what your finished beer color is? Do you even care? It is so ridiculously subjective. What do you use as a guide/template? Do you hold the glass in front of, behind or to the side of a light? Is there a beer judge’s standard practice? Usually, I’m not that concerned. But there are certain styles that I feel should hit a general color range. And I do like to see if the software predicted color is somewhat accurate. Thoughts?