Krolsh water profile

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Krolsh water profile

Unread postby Rich.T » Sat Feb 02, 2019 7:32 am

Hi guys. I hope one of you lovely peeps could help me with this one.
I have a water report from Murphy's and they have given me the recommended additions for ale's, largers and stouts.
Which profile should I use for my krolsh recipe as I know it ferments like an ale but it conditions like a larger.

Ta.

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Re: Krolsh water profile

Unread postby IPA » Sat Feb 02, 2019 9:18 am

Rich.T wrote:Hi guys. I hope one of you lovely peeps could help me with this one.
I have a water report from Murphy's and they have given me the recommended additions for ale's, largers and stouts.
Which profile should I use for my krolsh recipe as I know it ferments like an ale but it conditions like a larger.

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Krolsh and Larger ? You wont find a profile for those. :D
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Re: Krolsh water profile

Unread postby Rich.T » Sat Feb 02, 2019 10:14 am

FFS!!!

Yeah you got me on that one. I could say it was deliberate and well done for spotting but I can't.


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Re: Krolsh water profile

Unread postby mashy » Sat Feb 02, 2019 5:41 pm

Lol. I have been there. Fecking preventive text.
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Re: Krolsh water profile

Unread postby IPA » Sat Feb 02, 2019 6:07 pm

Rich.T wrote:FFS!!!

Yeah you got me on that one. I could say it was deliberate and well done for spotting but I can't.


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Glad you saw the joke. I will post my water profile for Kolsch ,sorry I can't do an umlaut ? over the o on this keyboard tomorrow.
I think Kolsch is pronounced "curlshe" with the u from the back of the throat.
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Re: Krolsh water profile

Unread postby Mcguirk » Tue Feb 05, 2019 1:43 pm

Will you post your water profile for Kolsch in this thread, IPA? I'm interested to see it as well.
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Re: Krolsh water profile

Unread postby grooves » Tue Feb 05, 2019 1:53 pm

I've brewed a couple of Koelsch with the BrunWater "Yellow Balanced" profile

Ca 50
Mg 7
Na 5
SO4 75
Cl 60
HCO3 0 (as low as possible)

both came out great - even the lager drinkers will appreciate a Koelsch.
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Re: Krolsh water profile

Unread postby IPA » Wed Feb 06, 2019 8:51 am

Mcguirk wrote:Will you post your water profile for Kolsch in this thread, IPA? I'm interested to see it as well.


Here it is

Ca 100
Mg 10
Na 20
CO3 15
SO4 177
Cl 88.5

This a general purpose profile derived from Graham Wheeler's Water Treatment Calculator on Jim's Beer Kit and I use it whenever I brew a style that I do not have a profile for. It works very well for Kolsch.
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