"Ticarilerin ölçümlenmesi mümkün değil" gerçekten biraz fazla iddialı bir cümle olmuş sanki. İlgilenenler için şu konuda bazı bilgiler var.
"Here's how it's done. A certain volume of beer is measured out. A gravity reading is taken @ 60 or 68F, depending on what temp the hydrometer is calibrated at. Then, the sample is ran through a de-carbonating filter or placed under a slight vacuum. After the sample is completely de-carbonated, the sample is heated to 173 F for an hour, stirring constantly. After the alcohol in the sample is boiled out, the sample is cooled to 60 or 68F, de-gassed, distilled water is used to top up the sample to it's original volume. The volume of distilled water that was added to the sample, divided by the original volume equals ABV. True attenuation can be figured out at the same time. Or, a formula with many numbers and decimal points, along with a chart that is available, can be used."