That is a great idea Steve!
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I don't think it's a clone unless it says clone. The rest just think they are clones. Psy clones
Never cloned any sheep, but I did find some rubber boots on sale on Black Friday!
I share freely with my guests and expect nothing in return. When I go to their house I bring enough homebrew to share. When I attend a party I'm the guy who shows up with a keg or two. When my club has an event they can always count on me to bring a keg. I don't keep score and never expect anything in return. I brew often and always have a steady supply so I share what I can. Homebrewers are kind, generous, and cool.
Two atoms were sitting in a bar, talking over a beer. One atom says to the other, "How's it going?"
The other atom replies, "Not so good, I'm afraid."
"Oh yeah, what seems to be the problem?"
"I lost an electron the other day."
"Oh man, that's not good at all! Are you sure?"
"Yep, I'm positive."
Honestly that's where RO water comes in for me. Indy water is not great for brewing most beers. RO is a nearly mineral-free base to build on. I use 100% RO, so I go to the "Water Input Tab" (#3) and look for the dilution percentage drop=-down. Set it to 100%. Then from there you can use the pale ale profile to find your target mineral levels.