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Brewing Water Basics

For many brewers, water chemistry is treated as the last frontier of homebrewing. Oftentimes, it is ignored or at least not something homebrewers want to think about. The old adage “if your water tastes good, it’s fine to brew with” … Continue reading

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Understanding Water for Homebrewing

Discussions about water can get complicated fast, especially if you aren’t familiar with hydrology. But there are a few basics that specifically apply to the homebrewer, which can set the foundation for further exploration into the realm of brewing water. Let’s … Continue reading

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Brewing Water Primer: Using BeerSmith and Bru’n Water

After my recent post on how I manipulate my brewing liquor, I received a few requests asking for a more detailed look at how I calculate mineral additions. The following video is way longer than I intended, I apologize if … Continue reading

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