Hello, I'm struggling with filling out following situation in brewers friend: I'm currently fermenting a Belgian Tripel with 0.5kg of sugar in the recepy => http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/r ... achtigiets When I add pure sugar to a recepy, I tend to add this 2 days into the fermentation (boil it in a bit of wort first). So the yeast has the time to consume the "harder" sugar in the wort before it can start on the easy sugar, which means better fermentation. Anyway: I have put this fermentable as "late addition" and it clearly had an impact on the IBU's (went 2 point up). But after the brewday, I'm seeing a low brewhouse efficiency (49%) because it does not take into account that the sugar still needs to be added. Final SG was 1.052 and it expects an SG of 1.064 which i would have gotten if the sugar was added during the boil, but it was not. So now I'm getting wrong numbers for the total efficiency.. Am I missing a function to tell brewersfriend that I added the sugar at day 2 and that the SG went up from a certain value to a another one? For example: End of brewday: SG = 1054 2 days of fermentation SG = 1025 I add sugar SG = 1037 end of fermentation SG = 1010 So at day 2 the SG went up due to the addition of sugar, then brewersfriend should bump up my efficiency.. anyone that can help me with this?