Originally Posted by Kyled93
I am recently starting to address brew water. I'm going to adjust/dilute with distilled water to compensate for the amount of sodium I have in the local water here in Florida. My question comes in the estimated mash PH. I used bru'n water and calculated a mash Ph of 4.8 . This concerns me a bit as ideally I would like 5.2-5.3. Any suggestions on how to bring this Ph back into range?
I'm going to try and brew this weekend and any help is very much appreciated!
Use a water calculator to help you with dilution using RO water. The RO water will help solve the pH problem.
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