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Any sort of numerical manipulations used in calculating brew-related quantities such as bitterness, original gravity etc.

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I forgot to measure how much wort I had preboil. I did take a gravity reading preboil. Can I deduce preboil volume with post boil volume and pre & post boil gravity?
asked Apr 17 '16 by Mild Fuzz
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An answer offered from another forum: It can be derived as a function of the difference in gravity Pre boil Volume = Post Boil Volume * (Post Gravity Points / Pre Gravity Point) In this instance, …
answered Apr 17 '16 by Mild Fuzz