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  1. Micro Distillery Calculator

    Hi, We are a group of guys who are planning on opening a Nordic Craft Distillery in Texas. We have looked into equipment and we know more or less which suppliers we would like to use as well as annual initial bottle capacity. I have been in the process to build a capacity calculation on what equipment we need but I wanted to reach out to see if anyone on here has already done something similar and if you would be willing to share? It would be nice to have something where you can put in your annual volume targets and calculate it all the way back to the mash. Of course yield will vary greatly but to build the business case it would be good to have something where we can do a rough calculation. We are primarily going to focus on single malt whiskey long term but we are also planning on making Akvavit, rum and vodka, hybrid still. I appreciate anything you can support us with. /J
  2. Alc calculation software offer

    Given all the calculation questions that pop up, I thought it might be of interest to our members that AlcoDens has a discount offer going through the end of the month. It's good software and they've recently released a new version- 2.3 and I would like members here know there is a 25% discount off the regular price... AlcoDens consists of the following 5 specialist calculators: 1. Hydrometer Correction Calculator. Correct the apparent strength to true strength for any calibration temperature, any sample temperature and any standard temperature. You can use a Proof, ABV or SG hydrometer and get your result in all 3 options. 2. Blending Calculator. Perform rigorous blending calculations taking the ethanol-water mixing shrinkage into account. You can work in mass or volume terms, and you can express the strengths in ABV, Proof, Mass% or density. It automatically corrects volumes for temperature where applicable. 3. Volume Correction Calculator. Correct your inventory volume for temperature and determine the alcohol content in mass, volume or Proof gallon terms. 4. Strength and Density Conversions. This utility program will convert between any two of Mass% (Weight%), Volume% (ABV), Proof, Molar% and Density - taking temperature into account where applicable. 5. Freezing Point Calculator. Calculate the freezing point of a blend from its strength, or vice versa. You can download the free, fully functional trial version and use it for 15 days to test it for yourself. Please visit the AlcoDens web page at http://www.katmarsof...om/alcodens.htm to see examples of the calculators in action, and to download your free trial. The launch discount of 25% brings the regular price of US$ 195.00 down to US$ 146.25, and is valid until the end of September 2012. When you go online to order you will see at the very bottom of the order page (below where you enter your payment method) a field for the Coupon Code. Enter the code JXY33 (all uppercase, no spaces) and when you advance to the next page the price will have changed.