Yes, adding the acid to the water along with the salts is fine. Sure, the pH of that water might be lower than you expect (in comparison to a mash pH), but it all works out once the grain is added for the mash.
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Birds and squirrels and possums and probably raccoons live around here. Trouble is they just take a few bites and then decide to leave them on the ground. I hate that.
Are there published standard formulas for water additions for each style of beer?
I've had the same question. Seems to me if R/O water is all the same , it would be easy to come up with standard additions for different beer styles ?
If two people use BrunWater to design a water for a stout using 100% R/O water, won't they get the same results?
So why not just say make a list of additions to R/O water for different beer styles?