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Beer and Brewing Charts

2011 December 29
by Mad Alchemist

Who doesn’t like charts? I decided to dig around for a while to see if anyone had made charts based on beer style guidelines and, if I couldn’t find anyway, I was going to make some myself. Well, someone else did it for me! Over at Lug Wrench Brewing, they created a series of charts about bitterness, alcohol, yeast, etc. A lot of useful stuff over there.

Perhaps my favorite one is the IBU to OG ratio chart, since I use the same information to balance my beers and this is a nice visual representation. Another chart I often look at is John Palmer’s age-old style spectrum, which compares malty vs. fruity and bitter vs. sweet in one chart. Another cool one is a motion chart of various BJCP guidelines made by the guy.

I might still make some sweet charts. If so, you’ll know.

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  1. December 29, 2011

    Thanks for the positive words on the charts – I’m glad you found them useful.

    Happy Brewing!


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