Try contacting the water company. They may be able to provide several analyses over a year which will give you an idea as to the variability of the water.
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Yes. Check out rotating top picture at tap-26.com for yourself. I'd be surprised if there wasn't a typo on the price!Appears to be sanke kegs from the website.
2.95 gal. Sankes?
I just moved to a new city and figured I'd research what the water is like.The water is probably pretty good for making dark beers with little to no mash pH adjustment. Other beers will benefit from adjusting.
Rialto, Ca. 2015 Water report
Sodium (Na): 15.3
Potassium (K): 3.5
Calcium (Ca): 70
Magnesium (Mg): 13
Sulfate (SO4): 50
Chloride (Cl): 8.9
Bicarbonate (HCO3): 229.7
Total Hardness (CaCO3): 228
Total Alkalinity (CaCO3): 191
Can this very hard water be "fixed"? Or what styles is this profile suited to?
The beer is clear. Not hazy.-You don't need to check pH for an extract-only beer.
I never checked ph as I didnt know I should on an extract brew.
I never noticed an infection but I only know what to look for with the ones that grow on the top of the beer in the carboy.