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Water may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about liquor and spirits, but distillers and alcohol enthusiasts alike know the important role that water plays when creating the ultimate drink. Water chemistry is influential during mashing, cooling, and reduction processes, and also shows its effects on distilling equipment, plumbing, and even the bottles it's served in. For clear spirits like vodka and gin, water quality can cause even more frustration when off-tastes, odors, and appearances from undesirable water contaminants result in impacted tastes or unwanted precipitates and hazes in a finished product. Add decreased flow rates from clogged pipes, impossible-to-clean scale on tanks, and cloudy or spotty glassware, and distillers will start taking a closer look at their water supply.
Most distilleries utilize municipal city-treated water or private well water sources for their business, not often considering the significance of the mineral content in their water.  Well water chemistry varies drastically depending on the region and the activites in the surronding area and city tap water, though treated to be safe for drinking, can host unpleasant odors and tastes from disinfectants. While there are suitable levels of minerals to use in distilling,  rarely does a water source contain the perfect combination of secret ingredients that result in the ultimate liquor or spirit. That's why distillers have chosen to build their own mineral profile to get exactly what they want out of their product. To do this, distillers need to understand the foundation they're building their liquor on.

​Suspended solids (sand, silt, clay, rust), excessive minerals (calcium, magnesium, iron, manganese), high salinity (sodium, chloride, boron), and chemicals (chlorine/chloramine, fluoride, pesticides) can all play a roll in the distilling process. Odors and bad tastes shine through your end-result beverage. Physical properties can affect not only distilling but equipment as well. Suspended solids and mineral deposits can clog plumbing and cause buildup on distillery equipment, resulting in labor-intensive cleaning or replacing.

​The H2OBuyersGuide.com has committed our attention to brewers of all trades, including craft coffee, tea, beer, and liquor makers all over the world.  We want to help you optimize flavor and protect your brew equipment with an investment that will grow and last with your unique business - water filtration. Our design team will work with you to find the best water treatment route for you and your brew. We're here to provide water treatment systems for a variety of contaminants such as total dissolved solids (TDS), chlorine, sodium, sulfate, nitrate, electrical conductivity, chloride, bicarbonates, hardness, silica, iron, manganese, sediment, sand, turbidity, arsenic, bacteria such as e-coli and coliform, viruses, and much more. You'll find a variety of treatment options we offer below, popular for businesses using well water, city water, or surface water sources.


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Since the legalization in many states across the United States, commercial marijuana farms are sprouting up everywhere. Cannabis cultivation is a closely monitored and controlled agricultural production, whether it's indoor farming (using hydroponics) or outdoor farming. Between competing farms, businesses must focus on the quality of their product before the quantity

Whether you're growing with well water or city water, surface water sources or chemically treated water sources, growers should know what's in their water and how it affects their crop. Commercial cannabis farms utilize a variety of costly nutrients and additives to provide the perfect balanced regimen for the their plants, but often forget that the water provides its own nutrients.

​Chemical properties such as chlorine/chloramine, fluoride, pesticides, soluble salts, and pH all play a roll in plant production. Even in certain cases, elements like boron, iron, and manganese can take a toll on plants. In addition to chemical properties, physical properties can affect not only plant growth but irrigation equipment as well. Suspended solids such as soil particles and mineral deposits can clog nozzles and cause abrasion of irrigation equipment, resulting in labor-intensive cleaning or replacing. 

So what can marijuana farmers do to optimize plant growth and produce a high-yielding farm? Make the investment that will pay for itself when you experience the results first-hand - 
water filtration. Clean Brew Water has branched out into the agricultural world to offer water filtration systems customized for the individual growers' needs. Our design team will work with you to find the best water treatment route for you and your plants. We're here to provide water treatment systems for a variety of contaminants such as total dissolved solids (TDS), sodium, sulfate, nitrate, electrical conductivity, chloride, bicarbonates, hardness, silica, iron, manganese, sediment, sand, turbidity, arsenic, bacteria such as e-coli and coliform, viruses, and more. You'll find a variety of treatment options we offer below, popular for agricultural uses utilizing well water, municipal water, or surface water sources.

Email the GrowMaster@CleanBrewWater.com today to contact our design team and start building your custom irrigation water treatment system!

Water Filtration Systems for Tea, Coffee, Beer & Liquor  

RDWS-CARB Series

Chlorine and Chloramine are far too-often dismissed but can have noticeable effects for city water users. Take down the chemicals with our most popular carbon & cat-carb filters!

Master RO Packages

Personalized packages custom-built to appeal to the individual markets in food & beverage services, featuring premium reverse osmosis for brewers, growers, blenders, and more!

Nano Filtration

The latest water filtration technology is in nanofiltration. Remove a high percentage of contaminants while keeping essential minerals that your food, drinks, and plants will love!

Well Water Filters

Is your farm or garden on well water? Find a multitude of well water solutions for just about any groundwater contaminants.

Water Softeners

Hard water can not only have its effects on your product, but on your water lines & equipment as well. Don't put up with scale - eliminate it!

Ultraviolet Disinfection

Innovative UV systems offer a simple, inexpensive, and environmentally friendly way of eliminating bacteria - ensure your water is safe from the source to the tap!


Brewing with well water?



Excessive iron, manganese, sediment, rust, nitrates, arsenic, salts, and other well water contaminants can interfere with your brew water quality. Whatever your water problem, we have a variety of well water treatment options suited for brew businesses using well water sources. 

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