The water treatment system can be choosed according to the local water quality, water is one of the most important components in beer, accounting for up to 95 percent of the total ingredients. when choose the RO, you will need to consider:
Water hardness – The hardness of the water used in brewing beer has a huge effect on the final product. Basically, water hardness is determined by the number of minerals in the water that can’t be removed through water-softening or by boiling it. These minerals can be broken down to calcium, sulfates, and magnesium.
Chlorine – Chlorine is not a desirable chemical for brewing water. It is typically used to treat city water and sanitize brewing equipment, and it can have a negative impact on the flavor of the finished beer.
Sediments – No one wants to find sediments, sand, or other solids in their beer. Those types of particles must be filtered out.
Different beers require different water – The hardness and chemical make-up of water plays a huge part in the style of beer that is being brewed. For example, softer water (water that doesn’t have a high concentration of ions) is typically used to make pilsners, while water that has high concentrations of calcium (harder water), will make hoppier beers, as the hops cling to calcium.