Homebrew Calculators

Below you will find a growing collection of homebrew beer related calculators to help you through your brewing process. We have calculators to determine your beer's ABV (alcohol by volume), strike water volume calculator, LME to DME conversion calculator, hydrometer temperature correction to ensure you are accounting for heat variations, brix to standard gravity calculator, priming sugar calculator to know how much sugar to carbonate your beer, a step infusion calculator to determine how much water needs to be added to your mash to increase to your next step, boil off gravity calculator to determine how much water to add or remove to hit your desired gravity and final volume.


  • ABV

    ABV Calculator

    Calculates alcohol by volume given a change in specific gravity.

  • Strike Water Volume

    Strike Water Volume Calculator

    Calculates strike water volume and temperature for infusion & BIAB mashes.

  • LME & DME

    LME & DME Calculator

    Converts between LME and DME weights while preserving the same gravity.

  • Hydrometer Temperature Correction

    Hydrometer Temperature Correction Calculator

    Hydrometers are standardized to 59°F (15°C), and when used in a sample at any other temperature, the observed reading must be corrected.

  • Brix & Specific Gravity Conversion

    Brix & Specific Gravity Conversion Calculator

    Many hydrometers and refractometers may provide a reading in degrees Brix instead of standard gravity.

  • Priming Sugar

    Priming Sugar Calculator

    The amount of priming sugar needed to carbonate a beer depends on the type of sugar used and the preferred level (volumes) of carbonation desired.

  • Step Infusion Water Volume

    Step Infusion Water Volume Calculator

    During a mash schedule, boiling water can be used to increase the step temperature.

  • Boil Volume & Gravity Adjustment

    Boil Volume & Gravity Adjustment Calculator

    Adding or removing water (or any liquid) during or after the boil directly affects the gravity of the batch of beer.

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