Questions tagged [final-gravity]

The specific gravity at the end of fermentation.

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Higher starting gravity

Is it true to get a higher S.G. you can by add extra Suger and fermentables like extra suger DME. I 'm trying to find a way to raise, The S.G and F.G to get a higher ABV.
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Low attenuation beer good enough for bottling

I recently brewed a new 5 gallon batch of hefeweizen. Measured OG was 1.054, I then racked to secondary fermentation after a couple of weeks, the last week of that had had no visible yeast activity. ...
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Final gravity too high

I have an IPA that I've brewed in five gallon batches before. OG at 1.065 and FG at 1.010. Those were hydrometer readings. I scaled it down for a one gallon batch, and pitched half a packet of yeast (...
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FG of bottled condition beer lower than FG of fermented beer

I brewed a session stout about 4 months ago, and left it in the fermentor for two weeks. The FG was 1.012 one week in, and I checked every few days until 2 weeks in, and the FG remained at 1.012. I ...
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Should I back-sweetening a very dry mead?

So, I made a batch (4.5 gallons) of show mead using 10lbs of locust honey. Starting gravity was 1.091 I used dry white wine yeast and fermentation went relevantly quick (with some help of potassium ...
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Making Sweet Mead this weekend

guys, I'm planning to brew a sweet mead this weekend with 15-18 lbs of honey for a 5 gallon batch... Here's my goal... I want it to be strong (15% or so) and sweet. I'm pretty much prepared, but ...
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Stuck Ferm? Celebration Ale Clone Gravity at 1.021

Celebration Ale Clone (extract kit) White Labs California Ale Yeast (liquid vial, no starter, I know next time I'll make a starter) Pitched at 68 degrees and good activity 18 hours later, got up to 71 ...
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Can FG be higher than OG?

I "brewed" a beer that was described as "Chinese Rice Wine", but it is 50% grain so I will call it a beer! Recipe: 18 liter batch; 2.5 kg boiled Rice, 2 kg sugar, a cup or so of raisins and one ...
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Specific Gravity too low

I started my latests batch of IPA (from a Wilko kit) off 19 days ago. Unlike my previous attempts, fermentation began rapidly and consistent. It has slowed down over the past couple of days so today ...
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Hefeweizen final gravity too high

I started my Hefeweizen with a OG of 1.054 and used Wyeast 3068. The wort was well aerated but after 3 weeks my gravity is still 1.020 which seems a little high. The gravity reading I took a week ago ...
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What's wrong with my gravity?

I recently brewed an Imperial Red. It clocked in at around 1.072 on original gravity reading. My malt bill looked something like this: 12 lbs 5.0 oz Pale Malt (2 Row) US (2.0 SRM) 11 lbs Marris ...
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Safe to bottle IPA with higher FG than expected?

The expected FG from my receipt was supposed to be 1014, but it has been stable at 1020 for about 3 weeks now. The wort has been on the fermentation tank for about 4 weeks, it reached 1020 after 1 ...
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Proper target for dilution

I made a recipe that was supposed to have OG 1.062, FG 1.012 (ABV ~6.5%). I forgot to note the target volume in the recipe (just the pre-boil volume), and wound up with a wort with OG 1.077. I chose ...
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Difference in FG from recipe

I just finished my second Brew in a Bag (BIAB) and although everything went well, I had a difference in my anticipated FG. The recipe and Brewmate was giving me a finaly gravity of 1.014 but it ...
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final gravity margin of error

So this is my first batch ever. My starting gravity was 1.058 7 days ago. My gravity yesterday was 1.007. Both within range for the recipe kit. I measured again today and got 1.011 in a beer thief. ...

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