Here is the report I recieved
The City of City of Bloomington Utilities
Office of Water Quality
The City of Bloomington Utilities’ drinking water is disinfected using Chloramines.
The Total Chloramine level ranges from 2.0 mg/l (winter months) to 2.5 mg/l (summer months).
The pH averages between 9.0 – 9.2.
Parameter Results (mg/l) Maximum Allowed (mg/l)
Alkalinity/Bicarbonate 30 No limit
Chloride 8.7 250 (secondary)
Sodium 7.5 No limit
Sulfates 32.5 250 (secondary)
Calcium 28 No limit
Hardness 44 No limit
Magnesium 3.9 No limit
Doesn't seem to bad, I filter and treat the chloramines with campden tablets. I am using http://www.brewersfriend.com/water-chemistry
to do water calculations based on the default levels. It looks like adding 2 gms Baking soda4 gms CaCL and 4 gms Gypsum to 10 gallons water I should have better water for a pale ale. My goal is to keep it simple and cheap by improving my water with out the need to purchase large amounts of distilled water.
Any glaring issues or suggested adjustments? I will adjust PH in mash with acid malt.