I think the answer is yes. Since we use OG and FG to determine ABV ... I would assume we could do the same with ABV and OG to determine FG, right?
You can calculate ABV using the below equation:
So, with the use of some Algebra, you can calculate FG using the below equation:
Yes, it's a simple calculation:
ABV = (OG - FG) * 131
ABV = (1.055 - 1.012) * 131
ABV = (0.043) * 131 = 5.633%
So to reverse it,
FG = (131 * OG - ABV) / 131
FG = (131*1.055 - 5.633) / 131
FG = (138.205 - 5.633) / 131 = 1.012
I have seen 129 used as the scaling factor as well, which would drop the ABV to 5.547%, but for homebrewing purposes either seem ok, or split the difference and use 130...