I thought I would pick the minds of the more scientifically gifted here, and see what you guys thought. Below is the water report from the well at my new home.
SECIFIC CONDUCTIVITY 2.33 mS/cm
TOTAL HARDNESS as CaCO3 1702 mg/L
CALCIUM (Ca) 1238mg/L
MAGNESIUM (Mg) 464mg/L
SULFATE (SO4) 1490mg/L
CHLORIDE (Cl) 100mg/L
NITRATE (NO3) .6mg/L
IRON (Fe) .608mg/L
FLUORIDE (F) 4.2mg/L
Is there anything that you guys could think to do to adjust this profile to make it useable?
I haven't started brewing at my new house yet, and was planning on just using commercial bottled water when I do, but if I can use the stuff that is coming out of the ground, that would be even better.