I use water straight from the tap for all of my brewing, meadmaking, winemaking and washmaking. But, my household water is supplied by rainwater catchment. It is filtered through a 30 micron filter, a five micron/gac filter and then passes through a ultraviolet disinfection system. No chemicals at all. pH around 5.5, but no buffering so all I have to do is whisper, "hydroxide" over it and the pH jumps right up into the basic range (just kidding).
It is great having a private water rainwater catchment system. Disinfected water with no chemicals straight from any tap in the house. pH 5.5, conductivity = 15.0µS/cm, total coliform <1 cfu/100mL (absent), enterococcus <1 cfu/100mL (absent), HPC <0.2/mL... a blank slate straight from the tap. Disinfected rinse water straight from the tap.
It's great to have your own water quality lab too.