New Orleans municipal water analysis for homebrewers

beer,homebrewing — commander flatus @ 3:23 am June 20, 2013

I tried googling for this, to no avail. If you’re interested in the New Orleans water supply for homebrewing, here it is (links to PDF).
The commentary from the scientist that passed it along follows:

The hardness and alkalinity vary as our source water (MS River) varies. Currently, the total hardness of the tap water on the east bank is about 150 mg/L as CaCO3 and the alkalinity is about 120 mg/L as CaCO3. Typical chloramine levels uptown are 2.5 – 3.5 mg/L; typical free chlorine levels are <0.2 mg/L.

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