Using Bru'n Water, I can get a sense of the water report. There are errors in the reported parameters since that amount of Ca and Mg is well above 180 ppm hardness. But assuming that the Ca and Mg are correct, the alkalinity can be estimated by balancing the cations and anions and assuming that there aren't any other major ions missing. That indicates about 120 ppm bicarbonate or 99 ppm alkalinity as CaCO3.
Overall, that is a pretty mineralized water and it might not be the greatest for brewing all styles. It could work, but I'm betting that the water is more likely to impart a minerally taste to some lighter flavored beers.
You might also check out the Water Knowledge page on the Bru'n Water website for more intensive water information.