Fluoridation of beer

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Does anyone have a good an accurate comparison of fluoride content in major beer brands? Also how does one accurately detect the level of fluoride within beer? Also, there is a local brand called "Pyramid" which is a wonderful IPA I enjoy. Has anyone ever tested this for fluoride?
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>Sorry if this is unwelcome in alt.beer but I'm also cross-posting to >alt.conspiracy. > >Does anyone have a good an accurate comparison of fluoride content in >major beer brands? Also how does one accurately detect the level of >fluoride within beer? Also, there is a local brand called "Pyramid" >which is a wonderful IPA I enjoy. Has anyone ever tested this for >fluoride?
If municipal water is used, and it's not filtered to remove fluoride, it will have some. Expect .1 to .7 PPM. There is a beer out of Brazil, Xingu (I think), that is filtered to remove fluoride. It's not, however, an Indian, so it's definitely not IPA.
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