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Water Chemistry chart by beer style

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shotinthedark

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Does anyone know if something like this exists? Everything that I see shows the ideal mineral levels for water used in beers from specific areas of the world (like the attached image) but not for each style. I would love to find something that shows the ideal mineral levels for IPA, pale ale, porter, stout, etc.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I've searched and searched and so far I've come up empty.

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Silver_Is_Money

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Be aware that the breweries in these regions alter their water to make it appropriate just as you and I would, and often they alter it to ranges and levels that the average home brewer would not even bother to attempt, or to envision, so in the end knowing a given regions water characteristics does not tell you much.
 
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