Factors Affecting the Terminal Gravity Reading in BeerTools

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Factors Affecting the Terminal Gravity Reading in BeerTools

Post by dljones33 » Sun Dec 09, 2007 6:12 pm

It seems the terminal gravity "meter" in the "style" window of BTPro has a mind of its own. Does anyone know how BTPro determines this information based upon the recipe?

Thanks!!

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Re: Factors Affecting the Terminal Gravity Reading in BeerTo

Post by jeff » Sun Dec 09, 2007 8:02 pm

dljones33 wrote:It seems the terminal gravity "meter" in the "style" window of BTPro has a mind of its own. Does anyone know how BTPro determines this information based upon the recipe?

Thanks!!

Doug
Are you using BeerTools Online or BeerTools Pro?
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Post by dljones33 » Sat Dec 15, 2007 9:57 am

I am using Beer Tools Pro.

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Re: Factors Affecting the Terminal Gravity

Post by jeff » Sat Dec 15, 2007 11:07 am

dljones33 wrote:It seems the terminal gravity "meter" in the "style" window of BTPro has a mind of its own. Does anyone know how BTPro determines this information based upon the recipe?

Thanks!!

Doug
Terminal gravity is calculated using this formula:

TG = OG - (OG * A% / 100)

Where:
TG = Terminal Gravity
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