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BrewUnited Utilities

Use BrewUnited's utilties and caculators to help you with your brewing.

Priming Sugar Calculator - determine exactly how much priming sugar you need for bottling your next batch of beer. Pick from a wide range of styles, or calculate to your exact preferences. Don't limit yourself to corn sugar - the calculator is programmed to handle a variety of sugars.

Online Yeast Starter Calculator - take the guesswork out of making a yeast starter for your next beer. This calculator automatically figures up to four steps of starters for you, and allows you to overbuild your starter for harvesting yeast for future brew days. Viability, estimated cell needs, pitching rates, and more are all calculated for you.

Downloadable Yeast Starter Calculator - this version of the yeast starter calculator is ported to Microsoft Excel, and is freely downloadable. Enjoy all of the functionality of the online version without an internet connection!

Beer Calorie Calculator - determine the exact calorie content of your homebrewed beer (using OG and FG). You can still estimate this pretty closely if you know the beer's ABV.

Gravity/Temperature Correction Tool - determine your exact specific gravity reading, regardless of the current temperature or calibration of your hydrometer.

Alcohol by Volume Calculator - figure your beer's alcohol by volume via two different methods.

Dilution/Boiloff Calculator - calculate your gravity after dilution or boiloff, your gravity after blending beers, or the volume you need to achieve a desired target gravity.

Grain Database - use this helpful chart to compare vital statistics for grains, such as color (lovibond), diastatic power, potential, and more. Also includes notes to help with uses for each grain.

Hop Database - use this helpful chart to compare vital statistics for hops, such as alpha and beta acid content. Also includes notes about flavor and aroma for each hop.

Yeast Database - use this helpful chart to compare vital statistics for yeast, such as recommended temperature range, attenuation, and flocculation. Also includes notes about ester and phenol production and recommended beer styles for each yeast.