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You will definitely want to boil any water that you intend to add to your fermenter. If the yeast is already been pitched into your wort, then you should also cool the water back down to your yeast's comfort zone (read the packaging). You should sterilize anything that will touch your boiled water after it stops boiling, including the spoon/stick with which ...
According to the New York City water report, all you need to do is transfer the water between two vessels 10 times to remove chlorine. I have been using this method for all of my homebrews by filling a 12 quart pot with tap water and transferring back-and-forth between a second 12 quart pot, lifting the pot as I pour as high above my head as I can to ...
I dissolve a few grains of vitamin C powder in my bath water and that works. Not so easy for washing up though as problem with rinsing!
Homebrewers typically use 5g Stainless Steel Cornelius kegs to store beer in. A lot of homebrew stores carry them, they are also known as used Pepsi or Coke kegs. The kegs would have to be pressurized for storing water.
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