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Home brewers use reducing agents such as sodium metabisulfite or potassium metabisulfite to remove chloramine from brewing liquor as it, unlike chlorine, cannot be removed by boiling (A.J. DeLange). Residual sodium can cause off flavors in beer (See Brewing, Michael Lewis) so potassium metabisulfite is preferred.
Primary: Nothing Secondary: DFH Punkin Ale Bottled/Conditioning:
Cigar City Jai Alai IPA Clone, Apple Jack 1.0, Apple Jack 2.0Drinking: Yakima Blonde
(Imperialized), Banana Wheat, Russian Imperial Stout, and anything i can get my hands onOn Deck:
Watermelon Wheat, Red Panda Ale, Gluten Free Brown Ale, Mojito IPA, Smoked Pepper Stout