Sodium Bicarbonate 300g
Raises Residual Alkalinity and mash pH
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Also known as baking soda, Sodium Bicarbonate is suitable for brewing dark beers, which require a CO32-concentration of at least 150 ppm. It is used for increasing Residual Alkalinity in the brewing water as well as raising the mash pH. Additions can be put in the brewing water or directly into the mash.
1 gram of CaOH2per liter of water contributes:
- 274 ppm Na2+
- 710.5 ppm HCO3-or 590 ppm Total Alkalinity as CaCO3
- 27 mEq/L Alkalinity as HCO3-
Calculating how much salt to add depends on the mineral levels already in solution. Contact your local water supplier for information on Ca2+, Mg2+, CO32-, SO42-and Cl-in your municipal water.
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