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Old 12-29-2012, 03:44 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Kaiser View Post
Yes, the W-6 is all that's needed.

But the price doesn't seem right. Either there is a typo or they are trying to get us brewers to pay more. If you go here: http://www.wardlab.com/FeeSchedule/WaterAnalysis.aspx you see that the W-6 test is only 16.50.

On this page https://producers.wardlab.com/BrewersKitOrder.aspx it is 26.50 and the W-5 is also $10 more expensive.

If you read the page it's for ordering testing kits. They mail you a testing kit and it includes a postage paid label to send in the sample. You can still submit a sample the old way though.

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