For your calculating your true proof at 60oF.
Spirits Gauging Calculator
The Specifics and Details
This application allows you to easily determine the amount of water and spirits necessary to blend a desired volume of finished spirits. Built on precise formulas and standardized tables, our calculator accounts for the many variables associated with blending spirituous liquor, including:
- proof interpolation
- precision temperature adjustments
- instrument calibration adjustments (if provided)
This powerful application combined with carefully calibrated precision hydrometers and thermometers will yield accurate, repeatable determinations of true proof and give you a variety of blending options including:
- 100 Gallon finished batch
- 750mL test batch
- batch by desired ending gallons
- batch by starting gallons
All blending solutions are displayed on your mobile device in an easy to interpret table depicting both volumetric measurements (US Gal.) and weight determinations (LBS & KG) for blending in graduated tanks or by weight (recommended).
This application can also be used to gauge the true volume of barrels at fill and withdrawal for accurate determination of evaporation loss during aging.
This application also allows you to determine the true proof of an alcoholic solution at 60 degrees Fahrenheit, without requiring a manual interpolation derived from the approved data tables and charts. Our formula will yield accurate, repeatable determinations of true proof with adjustments for:
- temperature correction
- thermometer calibration (if provided)
- hydrometer calibration (if provided)
This powerful application combined with carefully calibrated precision hydrometers and thermometers will yield accurate, repeatable determinations of true proof in your finished spirits.
*This application cannot determine the true proof of spirits containing more than 400 milligrams per 100 milliliters of suspended material (sugar, sediment from infusion, etc.). This determination requires an obscuration adjustment determined by specific procedures described in 27 CFR Part 30.32