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Apr
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comment Salty Starter. From Gypsum?
OK thanks for the advice guys. Denny, I'm not exactly sure where I got those numbers from. I had done so many metric conversions that I must have made a mistake somewhere. I also had troubles finding what would be considered maximum amounts. I've adjusted my calculations and figured 0.263g/L will give me 62 mg/L calcium and 147 mg/L Sulfate. Added to my city water that should give me 83 mg/L calcium and 192 mg/L sulfate in 43.4L. For a 65 IBU beer (1:1 GU:BU) I figure it's a good start. I'll add more or less next time!
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