Specific Gravity To Brix Conversion Table

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Degrees Brix (°Bx) is the sugar content of an aqueous solution. One degree Brix is 1 gram of sucrose in 100 grams of solution and represents the strength of the solution as percentage by mass.  Brix tells us the dissolved solids (percentage mass of solute to solution - grams per 100 grams)  °Bx is traditionally used in the wine, sugar, carbonated beverage, fruit juice, and honey industries.

A comparable scale for indicating sucrose content is degrees Plato (°P), which is widely used by commercial brewers as well as some home brewers. 

Once the home brewer determines the specific gravity of the solution in question, we can then take that reading and consult the conversion tables.

If the brewer consulted the Plato tables, (which are maintained by the American Society of Brewing Chemists) then the result would be presented as °P.  If the brewer consulted the Brix tables, (which is maintained by NIST), the result would be presented as °Bx. 

From MoreBeer.com: For a precise hydrometer that measures the sugar content and progress of fermentation in wine fermentations, Check out this Brix hydrometer.  It comes with a thermometer/correction scale built-in. Note: you will need a larger cylinder with this hydrometer due to its size.

Below is a SPECIFIC GRAVITY TO BRIX CONVERSION TABLE. I hope you find it useful.  To download a .pdf version of this table, click here.

Table 1

Specific Gravity to Brix Conversion Table

Specific Gravity Brix
0.990 0.00
0.991 0.00
0.992 0.00
0.993 0.00
0.994 0.00
0.995 0.00
0.996 0.00
0.997 0.00
0.998 0.00
0.999 0.00
1.000 0.00
1.001 0.26
1.002 0.51
1.003 0.77
1.004 1.03
1.005 1.28
1.006 1.54
1.007 1.80
1.008 2.05
1.009 2.31
1.010 2.56
1.011 2.81
1.012 3.07
1.013 3.32
1.014 3.57
1.015 3.82
1.016 4.08
1.017 4.33
1.018 4.58
1.019 4.83
1.020 5.08
1.021 5.33
1.022 5.57
1.023 5.82
1.024 6.07
1.025 6.32
1.026 6.57
1.027 6.81
1.028 7.06
1.029 7.30
1.030 7.55
1.031 7.80
1.032 8.04
1.033 8.28
1.034 8.53
1.035 8.77
1.036 9.01
1.037 9.26
1.038 9.50
1.039 9.74
1.040 9.98
1.041 10.22
1.042 10.46
1.043 10.70
1.044 10.94
1.045 11.18
1.046 11.42
1.047 11.66
1.048 11.90
1.049 12.14
1.050 12.37
1.051 12.61
1.052 12.85
1.053 13.08
1.054 13.32
1.055 13.55
1.056 13.79
1.057 14.02
1.058 14.26
1.059 14.49
1.060 14.72
1.061 14.96
1.062 15.19
1.063 15.42
1.064 15.65
1.065 15.88
1.066 16.11
1.067 16.34
1.068 16.57
1.069 16.80
1.070 17.03
1.071 17.26
1.072 17.49
1.073 17.72
1.074 17.95
1.075 18.18
1.076 18.40
1.077 18.63
1.078 18.86
1.079 19.08
1.080 19.31
1.081 19.53
1.082 19.76
1.083 19.98
1.084 20.21
1.085 20.43
1.086 20.65
1.087 20.88
1.088 21.10
1.089 21.32
1.090 21.54
1.091 21.77
1.092 21.99
1.093 22.21
1.094 22.43
1.095 22.65
1.096 22.87
1.097 23.09
1.098 23.31
1.099 23.53
1.100 23.75
1.101 23.96
1.102 24.18
1.103 24.40
1.104 24.62
1.105 24.83
1.106 25.05
1.107 25.27
1.108 25.48
1.109 25.70
1.110 25.91
1.111 26.13
1.112 26.34
1.113 26.56
1.114 26.77
1.115 26.98
1.116 27.20
1.117 27.41
1.118 27.62
1.119 27.83
1.120 28.05
1.121 28.26
1.122 28.47
1.123 28.68
1.124 28.89
1.125 29.10
1.126 29.31
1.127 29.52
1.128 29.73
1.129 29.94
1.130 30.15

END OF SPECIFIC GRAVITY TO BRIX CONVERSION TALBE



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