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Why You Should Use Neutral Water for Extract Brewing – Beer Brewing Quick Tip

Tips200While water chemistry and adjustments are very important for all grain Brewers when mashing grains, extract beer brewers may get their best results using neutral (distilled, deionized) water instead since the liquid malt was already made with the proper water additives before it was concentrated.

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