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Economy Stainless Steel Brewing Pot - 5 Gallon

$34.99

Product Number: Q6046

Availability: In stock

Economy Stainless Steel Brewing Pot, 5 Gallon

Boil your batch without breaking the bank. This economical 5-gallon stainless steel brewing pot works well for extract brewing and is an affordable option for brewer who’s just getting started with his or her hobby. Size allows you to add more water to your boil and still have room to catch messy boil overs before they happen.



This kettle is not available for the hole drill service.

Lid Thickness (inches): 0.018
Wall Thickness (inches): 0.020
Base Thickness (inches): 0.020
Cladded Bottom: None
Surface Finish: Polished Stainless
Inside Dimensions (inches): 11.69"ID x 10.88"Ht
Volume (cu-inches): 1,166
Volume (Gallons): 5.1
Volume (Quarts): 20.2

Height 10.88"
Diameter 11.69"

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99 People have reviewed this product

Overall Rating: 4.2

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Great Brew Pot for the Price Review by Kurtis

(Posted on 4/4/14)

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I am just starting home brewing and purchased this along with the Brewing Starter Kit. I boiled my first batch last a few weeks ago in this on a Turkey Burner and had no issues. This got the brew up to temperature quickly and didn't seem to loose any heat. It was very easy to clean. I drilled a hole in it with a step drill bit and added one of the Kettlevalves myselft to allow for me to drain it easier and it did not bend or anything (despite how thin the walls seem). All in all a great purchase for a starter pot. And I had plent of room for a full 5 gallon brew.

good cheap entry to brewing kettle world Review by Eric

(Posted on 3/24/14)

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After buying a brewing starter kit, I needed a kettle. Having dropped the money on the rest of the equipment, I went cheap on the kettle. This kettle has worked well and served its purpose. Being thin gauge steel, the bottom does get pretty hot.
When brewing with an extract kit, I have found it better to removed the hot kettle of liquid from the burner, this helps cool the bottom just enough to keep the extract from quickly sinking to the bottom and searing itself to the bottom of the kettle as it does if I leave it on the burner.
Good value, does what is needed of it, but is not exceptional.

My brew pot Review by Millburn

(Posted on 1/30/14)

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I can make a 5 gallon extract kit with this pot. I use 3.5 gallons and once complete, I cool in the sink filled with water for half an hour then top off with chilled water that I boiled the night before and then refrigerated. A good price for a good brewing pot.

Great Pot To Start and Grow With Review by Chuck

(Posted on 1/24/14)

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I, like many others, started my home brewing career by buying this pot. I recommend this kettle for anyone looking to start off with extract kits. It hold 3.5 to 4 gallons easily just watch for boilovers. This pot is great for when you transition into partial mash kits for your sparge water. Overall this is a great pot for the price.

Good Kettle Review by Chris

(Posted on 1/18/14)

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Good basic entry level kettle. Its well made and the handles are strong. It is pretty thin allowing it to flex or dent tho, if your not careful. Good for your initial kettle if your just starting, but think about a thicker and larger one for the future if you decide to continue with home brewing. Possibly the 8gal Heavy Duty...

Perfect for extract Review by Mike

(Posted on 1/5/14)

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When I first got into brewing I bought this kettle. Big enough for a good boil with extract. Even still use it for all grain batches as ways to heat up water for the batch sparge. Great quality just like the 7.5 gallon version. Can't argue with the price either!

Extract brewers can use this Review by Huber

(Posted on 1/4/14)

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It can hold 3.5 gallons (watch out for boil over at the start) and is suited for extract brewing. I add top off water that I've boiled and cooled after the wort has cooled down.

Great brew pot Review by Macaille

(Posted on 11/25/13)

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Prior to purchasing this we had been using my canning pot...not ideal. This has been a dream come true...cleans easily, distributes heat evenly, and is large enough for a nice 5 gallon kit. Love it!

pot upgrade Review by double hop

(Posted on 11/22/13)

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ive been using a 3 gallon pot to brew in up until I got this. It is nice to have more wiggle room and not have to be worried about boil overs while brewing. I really like the larger size.

a good pot for extract brewing Review by JD

(Posted on 11/6/13)

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Its good for boiling 3.5 gallons of extract and later topping off with cold water to chill it. Its what I used before getting a bigger pot.

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