How do I find OG with calculation

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  1. Firat Çubukçu

    Firat Çubukçu New Member

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    Hi All..

    I made a Pilsner from a Kit and she 10.th day of fermantation.

    When the installation, I didn't have a Hidrometer to learn OG.

    But I have ingredients.

    Is there any calculation system or calculator to learn it.

    I use these are the ingredients :
    1 Pilsner Kit which is 1.8 lt.
    1 Kg Sugar
    22 lt total liquid (I add about 20 liters of water)

    Many thanks..
     
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    Yes! You can estimate the probable OG by adding your ingredients into the software. What was in the pilsner kit- I assume 1.8 liters of hopped liquid malt extract? We can help you figure it out.
     
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    Yes.
    You exactly right.

    Hole of the kit is liquid and ready to using with additional water which is must be 23 liters total liquid with 1 Kg of sugar.

    I made it total 22 liters liquid.
    And I'm searching OG.
     
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    All of our calculations are in weight (not liters) for extract. Do you have a link to the kit you used, or a weight for the extract?
     
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    I have just realized when you reply.
    Then I controlled it.

    It's 1.8 kg of extract.
    We may Calc on it. [​IMG]
     

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    Ok, it’s fairly easy. Just click “new recipe” and add the ingredients in one by one (choosing extract for the brewing type)
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    So it looks like 1.041 for the OG.
     
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    @Yooper That is cheap Malt extract!!!!! 1.8kg for $3.93!!! Here 1.5kg = £11.64 ($14.53)... What are shipping costs to UK lol.
     
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    I didn't even look at that! Of course, I haven't used extract in more than 15 years so..................
     
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    We can't reach the export beer making kits even it's 1,8 cheap one.

    No matter 1,8 cheap low quality or 1,5 better, do you have a chance or possibility to help us for reaching them?

    Would you send via shipping?
    Please do not hesitate to contact at any time for details if it "Yes"

    Foe WhatsApp
    +90 533 666 35 59
     
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    No, that's an OLD price. Like 15 years old. It's just an example of how to find the OG, NOT an example of the current price.
     
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