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  • Derrick
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    I think you would better measure the PH, and the PH may higher than before. The limescale is alkaine, while the lactic acid will have chemical acation with limiscale. If so, the final PH will be higher than you expected.

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  • Pivopivec
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    Limescale

    Hello,

    around my brew kettle was brown stain of limescale... Yesterday i brew cream ale and use lactic acid in mash. The problem is that these lactic acid remove all limescale before i start the mash and i didnt noticed. So is it possible to these limescale rised mash ph? i didnt measured. When i brew pale i dont add lactic acid and limescale stays on kettle. Thanks
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