Question for you all. I am making a dry stout and, for the first time, added some salts (just got my Ward Labs water sample).
I was supposed to add about 2 grams of CaCO3, but my scale was accidentally set to ounces, and I ended up dumping about 1 ounce (!) of it into my mash before I caught myself. Basically, I've got way too much Calcium and HCO3 in my brew.
What's this going to do to my beer? Should I keep brewing, or save myself hours of effort and weeks of uncertainty and just dump it?
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