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Old 18-12-2016, 10:24 AM   #11
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The mineral breakdown for Eden Falls is on Asda's website. Plugging those numbers into the Brewer's Friend water treatment calculator shows that no additions are required for a Pilsner profile so I'm going to go with that.
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Old 18-12-2016, 01:37 PM   #12
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Just looked at Asda site and re-checked with Graham Wheeler water model and it only suggest 1.5gramm each Gypsum and Ca Chloride for his lager profile assuming 25ltr brewing liquor....ie pretty well nothing so using neat Asda Edens Falls with no addition should be fine. I'm half tempted to have a go at a lager this winter using neat Eden Falls. Let us know how it turns out.
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Graham Wheeler water model.......
Have you got a link for that tartan?
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Yes..though its on another forum...still OK to post the link here???
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Yes..though its on another forum...still OK to post the link here???

Should be fine. I'll remove it if it's not
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OK here it is.
http://www.jimsbeerkit.co.uk/water.html
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I thought it was that one. Its the target liquor drop down box you were referring to?
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I thought it was that one. Its the target liquor drop down box you were referring to?
Yes. This is the water model I've got used to using.
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tesco's ashbeck is ph 6.2 but in south wales it's hard to get, when in chesterfield this week I picked up a few 5l bottles for �£1.10 as opposed to �£1.30 for 6x500ml bottles. I had a few strange looks at the checkout
I do the same. I got asked by someone who knows me whether I was preparing for the apocalypse! I only had around 35 litres...
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I do the same. I got asked by someone who knows me whether I was preparing for the apocalypse! I only had around 35 litres...
what better way to prepare for the apocalypse that by having a stock of beers
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