« on: August 31, 2011, 10:05:30 AM »
I believe alkalinity is measured as mg/L of CaCO3 by convention, unless it says otherwise. Converting that to ppm is a different issue, but in most cases mg/L is close enough to ppm to not really matter.
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The current law in WI does not allow me to distribute your beer. If I could I would LOVE to.
Fruit extract vs real fruit. I was just offered 200 lb of Black Current for fruit beer. Price for 1lb was $4.50.
So compare extract price and real fruit price.
Actually, BdG is French, not Belgian. It's usually made with a neutral ale or lager yeast.
All beer drinking scheduled time limits do not apply to fishing trips and NHCs. It says so right in the rules.