Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Wed Apr 29, 2009 7:13 am

I hesitate to post information about what I do with my water because I have no idea where I got this profile although I've been using it for years and won second round medals with lagers and ales, American and Belgian. I'm going to have Palmer review it and suggest changes which I will follow. I wouldn't take any success I've had in brewing to be a result of my water. It could be in spite of my water. :?

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Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Thu Apr 30, 2009 6:58 pm

Thanks Tasty... I noticed that you use canning salts which Palmer doesn't have on his spreadsheet. I'd be interested in why he left it off of the spreadsheet.
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Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Mon May 02, 2011 3:50 pm

TastyMcD wrote:I hesitate to post information about what I do with my water because I have no idea where I got this profile although I've been using it for years and won second round medals with lagers and ales, American and Belgian. I'm going to have Palmer review it and suggest changes which I will follow. I wouldn't take any success I've had in brewing to be a result of my water. It could be in spite of my water. :?

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I really hate dragging up old topics, but I found this one to be quite intriguing. Tasty, what program are you showing here for your water profile calculations?

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Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Mon May 02, 2011 4:25 pm

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Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Mon May 02, 2011 5:25 pm

Yeah, this is really interesting for me as I've recently been reading & listening around water/ph/mash chemistry topics via the BN, homebrewtalk, John Palmer, AJ DeLange, Kai Troester etc. Thanks to Jhwk for digging it up. :-).

Tasty, you mentioned in that earlier post that you were considering reviewing your water, particularly for some lagers. Given the passage of time, what's your current thinking on this?

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Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Tue May 17, 2011 8:23 pm

rowan wrote:Yeah, this is really interesting for me as I've recently been reading & listening around water/ph/mash chemistry topics via the BN, homebrewtalk, John Palmer, AJ DeLange, Kai Troester etc. Thanks to Jhwk for digging it up. :-).

Tasty, you mentioned in that earlier post that you were considering reviewing your water, particularly for some lagers. Given the passage of time, what's your current thinking on this?

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Same here. I have been listening to the old podcast and wonder if you have switched up your water or still using the same profile.
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Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Thu May 26, 2011 5:49 am

TastyMcD wrote:I hesitate to post information about what I do with my water because I have no idea where I got this profile although I've been using it for years and won second round medals with lagers and ales, American and Belgian. I'm going to have Palmer review it and suggest changes which I will follow. I wouldn't take any success I've had in brewing to be a result of my water. It could be in spite of my water. :?

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This water profile is Moshers Ideal Pale Ale.
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Re: Tasty: Water Profile

Thu May 26, 2011 6:28 am

Ad wrote:This water profile is Moshers Ideal Pale Ale.

Yes, that's what I've been told.

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