The art of making beer at home
Although the beer is made up of 90-95% water, the importance of this element is underestimate, because usually the beer you can be produce without worrying too much about water.
It true that it is relatively easy to produce a beer “discrete”, it is more difficult to make it a “very good”.
The brewer pointing excellence must necessarily treat all aspects and the water is one of these, the water, in fact, (or rather its composition in terms of mineral salts and any other dissolved substances) affect the taste of the beer .
Here are some examples of waters traditionally used to make pils, dunkel, stouts, ales and dort (ppm/mg/l)
How can we have available water we want?
With the device for domestic use for the treatment of drinking water WAS with reverse osmosis filtration system and adjusting the bypass valve you can get YOUR WATER.
With the WAS device you have available water very “soft” and treat it with salt to reach the desired levels. The salts can be found in the wineshops and/or homebrewing shops.