Campden tablets (1 per 20 gallons) will remove Chlorine and Chloramine. If you do have just straight Chlorine, you can set you water out overnight and it will dissipate on it's own (which is why I think municipalities switch to chloramine).
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I'm finding that a rectangular cooler is a pain in the ass to clean. Almost considering going back to my 5 gallon rubbermaid...
I've been using this setup for a couple of years and have been really happy with it.
I can oxygenate around 20 five gallon batches with one of the larger disposable oxygen bottles, which is about a full year's worth of brewing for me.
Wow - the competition must have been stiff in Belgian Strong. My beer got a 46.3 but did not place.
No score on one of my entries so I am not sure what went on there.
Out of curiosity, when (or where if they already have) do they post the Club of the Year scores?
5PM outside Salon AB!
I had 14 beers in the first round. I find that usually 30% of my beers move to the 2nd round and maybe another 30% may medal. I think if we limit the number of first round entries to 5 you will end up with a lot of brewers tied for the Ninkasi with 1 gold medal.