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Old 21-10-2017, 03:35 PM   #331
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Water treatment really confuses me. My local water report is hardness as Ca 113 ppm, Ca 95 ppm, chloride 70 ppm, Mg 11 ppm, nitrate 16 ppm, K 9 ppm, sulphate 116 ppm.

I brew pale bitters around 3.8% using 100 % pale malt and usually cascade or citra hops. How much CRS should I add, and do I need to add gypsum ? many thanks.
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