I did a search, on the site, and didn't find anything concerning this. I actually thought this would be a subject others have already discussed.... But... I'm starting a LCHF (Low Carb High Fat) diet and usually switch to Vodka when I'm on the diet but I honestly get a more enjoyable buzz when drinking beer rather than hard alcohols... So I'd like to brew a low carbohydrate beer and be relatively accurate in determining the number of carbohydrates I am consuming on any given day. To do that, I'd have to figure out how to calculate the number of carbs in my homebrews... If anyone can guide me in the calculations for that I'd appreciate it. Furthermore, how does one brew a "low carb" beer? I've seen some things, online, which indicated including 25% of the grain bill using sugar, instead of grain, and a Session Yeast, would accomplish this but I fail to see how including more "simple sugar" accomplishes the goal. Thanks, in advance, for any input.