I'm sure it's been addressed before, but when I search I'm getting all types of discussions that just mention filtration of any kind. I'm hoping I can get some input on what some of you guys with "city water" problems do for water besides buying bulk quantities of RO or filtered water.
My previous residence had great well water with a good profile, so I never encountered any problems. I'm now on city water, and due to the nature of my job will continue to move around the country, so should probably get something figured out, because this Chlorine is affecting the flavor of my beers. I'm looking at what I should do to set up a filter for brewing water. I'm not opposed to getting an RO system, but am concerned about flow. I have never known anyone who had RO set up, and what I've been reading seems to indicate the filtration process can slow down flow considerably. Are you RO users filling containers prior to brew day to have water on hand, or is it possible to get good flow out of an RO system, and I'm just imagining problems that don't exist?
Also, if you are filtering in another way, or not using RO but getting good results getting Chlorine out, please let me know what options I have. I need an education!