Originally posted on Oct 27, 2016 on Brulosophy | The Brulosophy team discusses the importance of water in their beers with the help of Bru’n Water’s Martin Brungard.
Originally posted Aug 19, 2016 on EC Kraus | If you have never looked into water chemistry because it was too daunting, this is the post for you. Figure out how to treat your water for optimal beer flavor!
Originally posted July 11, 2016 on Accidentalis | Matt gives a great rundown on how to use the most recent version of Bru’n Water. Now is a great to learn how to adjust your water if you haven’t in the past!
Originally posted Apr 6, 2016 | Brad goes the how and why of treating sparge water. Be sure to check it out if you want the best beer possible
Originally posted Mar 29, 2016 | Burton-on-Trent, West Coast, East Coast – great synopsis of the different water styles
Originally posted on Dec 23, 2015 (UPDATED Mar 1, 2016) | Let’s face it, the introduction into water adjustment for all grain brewing can be a daunting task. Dan’s post mitigates confusion and can get your water in line quickly and for a reasonable cost. This is also a solid refresher for experienced water gurus.
Originally posted Feb 23, 2016 | Recipe for a citra based red ale using Wyeast 1318 London Ale III. Post includes tasting notes
Originally posted Dec 21, 2015 | The American Homebrewer Association lists their top 10 articles of 2015. Topics on water, yeast, and equipment builds are all covered
Originally Posted on Dec 29, 2015 | Matt experiments using tea to learn more about water alkalinity and its affect on tannins and astringency in beer
Originally posted Dec 14, 2015 | Marshall’s latest exbeeriment investigates whether mineral adjustments in beer after fermentation are noticeably perceptible. Are they? Head over to Brulosophy to find out.