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    Craft The Perfect Draft - Brewing Water Part 1

    Every successful brew day begins with a well thought out plan based on a recipe using the perfect combination of grains, hops, yeast and the brewer's preferred brewing process. Of course the goal of every brew day is to brew the best tasting style of beer possible and to brew it as consistently...
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    Craft The Perfect Draft - Brewing Water Part 2

    This is the second installment in the Brewing Water series. The link below will direct you to part one if you wish to read it too. Craft The Perfect Draft - Brewing Water Part 1 Today we wade a little bit deeper into what goes on in the mash and how our brewing water can influence efficiency...
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    Craft The Perfect Draft - Brewing Water Part 3

    This is the third installment in the Brewing Water series. The links below will direct you to parts one and two if you wish to read them to. Craft The Perfect Draft - Brewing Water Part 1 Craft The Perfect Draft - Brewing Water Part 2 Today we look at some of the easy to use tools that are...
  4. BBL_Brewer

    Reverse Osmosis Guide

    Photo courtesy of Keiths If you are thinking about upgrading the brewery with an RO system, here is some information that may help with your decision. What is an RO Unit? RO units are pretty much all the same in concept (with minor differences). They are simply a series of filters. Most RO units...
  5. BBL_Brewer

    Reverse Osmosis Guide

    Photo courtesy of Keiths If you are thinking about upgrading the brewery with an RO system, here is some information that may help with your decision. What is an RO Unit? RO units are pretty much all the same in concept (with minor differences). They are simply a series of filters. Most RO units...
  6. tarcrarc

    Ease My Worries

    I am stepping up a yeast starter using Propper Starter cans (for the first time). After completing the first starter (used distilled water) I cold crashed it. After decanting, I added another can of starter for the step up. However, it requires a full can of water to get to 1040. Being out of...
  7. B

    Reverse osmosis system questions

    I recently purchased a used RO system that includes 3 pre-filters (I believe they are sediment, GAC, and ??), an RO membrane, and a final "polishing" filter. I don't know how long it was in previously use or when the filters were last changed, but for $20, I couldn't pass it up. When I...
  8. S

    Brewing with RO water - understanding the recipe

    Hi all, I see alot of recipes (in BYO mag in particular) which call for using RO water. They often start with short sentence "RO water used for this recipe". Thats it about water treatment for recipe. My question is: should I treat RO water in any way to clone the recipe (once again recipe...
  9. micraftbeer

    Reverse Osmosis Seems Slow and Wastes Water- Really Needed for City Water?

    I've been brewing for many years using Distilled Water purchased from the grocery store or Target. I'm way past the point of being tired of it and am in the process of converting my basement "homebrew storage area" into my "electric indoor brewing area". I've put in some plumbing for a...
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