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BrewWater Water Profile Kit - Light and Hoppy

Original price $3.99 - Original price $3.99
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$3.99 - $3.99
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  • How much of this should I use if my total water is 4.2 gallons? Or should I use the whole thing? Thanks! - Jason

    If total brew day water is only 4.2 gallons, mash will likely be about half of a normal 5 gallon batch.  Just pitch half and save the rest for you next brew day!

  • Brew salt kit for an American wheat like Oberon, blue moon style. If I want to brew a 5.5 G. All grain and buy distilled water. I'm not proficient at water testing yet.

    A great BrewWater Kit for an American style wheat ale would be our Light and Balanced BrewWater Kit.


Our Light and Hoppy Water Profile Kit is perfect for lighter beers, between 2 - 6 SRM, that you want more pronounced hop bitterness and aroma.  This is ideal for hoppy or dry hopped blondes and lower gravity pale ale and IPA beers.

Our BrewWater line of easy brewing water chemistry kits take all of the guesswork out of water adjustments for brew day!  You don’t need a water report, to adjust your sulfate to chloride ratio, or have to worry about any other brewing water adjustments!  Choose the kit that matches the best with the beer that you’re brewing, grab some distilled water or reverse osmosis water for your homebrew, and let us take care of the rest with an easy, ready to pitch package of pre-measured brewing salts and minerals to fit your favorite water profile!

Directions for Use

Calculate your mash volume based on the amount of grain in your beer recipe.  You will need to have your own water supply, either distilled water or reverse osmosis water.  Add your calculated mash volume and stir in the entire contents of your BrewWater Water Profile Kit.  Dough in and brew!  You do not need to add any other adjustments to the mash or sparge water.