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    Need help with water Report

    So, a little more info. I do have a 4 stage Ro system and a 2 filter whole house filter and a water softener for everyday water needs. The water does Get tested for bacteria and Nitrate yearly and is safe to drink/ tastes good. The water test was not filtered as it runs through the...
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    Need help with water Report

    So I just got into all grain brewing, have been brewing extract for 5 years or so and have never messed with the water. I'm on a Sandpoint well and just got a report for wards...... I'm not sure how the water is for brewing as there are not many others that brew around me, and the closest LHBS...
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    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider!

    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider! Matt Miller Crab apples. Those little apples that most people consider just ornamental. Yes, they are pretty sour and they aren't really very easy to eat out of hand. I have several crab apple trees in my neighborhood, in common areas, which get...
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    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider!

    When the Apples are Ripe, Ferment Some Cider! Matt Miller Crab apples. Those little apples that most people consider just ornamental. Yes, they are pretty sour and they aren't really very easy to eat out of hand. I have several crab apple trees in my neighborhood, in common areas, which get...
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    Brew in a Bag a Good Transition to All Grain Brewing Without Intimidation

    Hello, fellow home brewers! I have been brewing for a relatively short period of time. About six months. In the beginning, I fermented about six or eight batches of cider, mostly crab apple, using fruit that grows in my neighborhood. That's what got me started. When the crab apples were gone, I...
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    Brew in a Bag a Good Transition to All Grain Brewing Without Intimidation

    Hello, fellow home brewers! I have been brewing for a relatively short period of time. About six months. In the beginning, I fermented about six or eight batches of cider, mostly crab apple, using fruit that grows in my neighborhood. That's what got me started. When the crab apples were gone, I...
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