Its a relatively pure water with low mineralization. Not quite distilled or RO quality, but close enough. This water is a good place to start for many beers, but probably doesn't have enough alkalinity to keep the mash pH from dropping too low. If this was a first batch, I'm hoping that it was an Extract batch. In this case, the low alkalinity won't really matter and the low mineralization of the water shouldn't matter much either. This water would be well suited to any extract brewing.
The low calcium content and low sulfate or chloride may make the beer character a little low, but that might not be a problem with an extract batch. Some more mineralization will be a good thing to consider for future brews, especially if producing all-grain beers. Learn more about mineral additions at the Bru'n Water site.