Well, I guess you don't want any of this then: http://www.dailytech.com/Japanese+Make+Delicious+Nourishing+Steaks+From+Human+Feces/article21932.htm
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So does the gypsum go in before the mash, or after the mash? And is it desirable to use RO water and build because this seems pretty "light" vs my tap water?
Lots of states help ag businesses out, though I think a state supporting farm breweries is sort of dumb given that you'd need to malt any grain you grow and few areas are great for hops. It doesn't seem really reasonable. And I'd rather see them just support small breweries.
+1 Bru'n Water
To reduce from 7.2 pH to 5.5 pH would take 0.09 ml/gal of 88% Lactic acid.