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Water tests for mash and cooling

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I'm in the process of doing the paperwork to license a distillery in a very remote area of Nevada. Water is a valuable commodity in Nevada. I'm curious what sorts of tests, inspections, criteria, etc other distillers must meet for their mash and cooling water in order to be permitted?

From my research thus far this seems to depends on a case by case basis, I'm curious to hear other people's cases.

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Maybe if it works like California, I needed a well report for proving volume is there, heavy metals are within the parameters of healthy water concentrations, and there is no coliforms or other problems in the water. In my case there is a commercial well seal that is required that is 50 ft vs residential which was about half that.

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