Introducing the most feature-rich pro-quality brew kettle at an incredible price. Edelmetall is the first kettle to feature a weldless tangential whirlpool port, allowing you to draw ultra-clear wort into your fermentor. Zero internal threads for easy cleaning. The Edelmetall Brü® thermometer, tangential whirlpool port and EZ Clean™ Bulkhead have no threads on the kettle interior. Transfer every last drop of wort. Edelmetall Brü® features our patent-pending IsoFlow® diptube—a fully-rotating snap-in accessory that draws down to within ?” from the bottom of the kettle. Best of all, the Edelmetall Brü® is equipped with all the features of a pro-quality kettle—4mm tri-clad bottom, stay-cool silicone handles, etched gallon markers and the adjustable-angle Edelmetall Brü® thermometer. A kettle fit for a king, yet priced for the people. Everything about the Edelmetall Brü® Kettle makes your beer better and your brew day easier. The first kettle ever to feature a weldless tangential whirlpool port. The Cyclonic Whirlpool inlet creates a whirlpool to pull debris to the center of your kettle, allowing the transfer of ultra-clear liquid. Better, yet, the constant movement of wort allows rapid chilling and a more effective cold break when used with an immersion chiller. The revolutionary EZ Clean™ bulkhead is equipped with internal o-rings, allowing the IsoFlow™ dip tube to slide right in. Once installed, it can be fully rotated to your desired position and easily removed for cleaning. Now features pro-quality 304 Stainless Steel. Wall Thickness: 0.8 mm (8 and 10 gallon), 1.0 mm (15, 20, and 30 gallon)
|8 Gal.||32 qt. (30.2 L)||12.6"(32cm)||15.4" (38cm)|
|10 Gal.||40 qt. (37.8 L)||14.1" (36cm)||16.3" (42cm)|
|15 Gal.||60 qt. (56.7 L)||15.7" (40cm)||18.3" (47cm)|
|20 Gal.||80 qt. (75.7 L)||17.7" (45cm)||20.8" (52cm)|
|30 Gal.||120 qt. (113.5 L)||19.7" (50cm)||23.2" (58.5cm)|
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I bought the 15 gallon kettle and the matching burner. My son wanted to start brewing like his dad did in the old days and start his own brew club and possible brewery. So I bought him some real equipment that would last, and quality is a main issue for me as well. This has it all.
If you buy this, read the instructions. The spacer for the valve is cut to fit the curve of the kettle for a perfect fit. Just line up the notch and hand tighten. It is engineered to work well and it does.
The combination of this kettle and the burner that they make
are a nice matching set. We have made 3 bathches of beer and 1 mead without any issues.
OK, I can understand the resistance to spending this amount of money on a brew kettle. But I was tired of "going cheap" on kettles and them simply not holding up. Plus, I do my brewing using a 3500watt induction cooker and I needed something that had solid, efficient and even heating. All in all, it's an investment in my hobby and well worth the money.
Beautiful heavy kettle with more ability than I can currently utilize. All the valves and thermometer are top notch as well as the heavy duty handles and lid. Plenty of room for a 5 gallon batch in this kettle.
Awesome kettle; heavy duty construction, heats evenly, great looking! Ball valves and thermometer all work well and the whirlpool port really does help cool wort more quickly and centralize hop sediment. When I eventually move to ten gallon batches, I’ll definitely buy the 20 gallon Edelmetall Bru Kettle. I strongly recommend this kettle, it’s easily the best kettle I’ve ever used.
I purchase with a discount but something like this that is listed at nearly $300 should arrive ready to easily assemble and use. Anything that tells you up front that you should assemble and check for leaks before brewing means it will probably leak. Looking at the uneven cutout made for the whirlpool I knew that it would leak and of course it did. Luckily I have some mechanical ability and was able to smooth out the cutout so the the seal had a smooth surface to seal. Also, there are several spots on the bottom that appear to be little rust spots; not sure what that is but the pot doesn't smell good even after cleaning and a fresh water boil. Very poor quality control at Edelmettal, I'd be embarrassed if I worked there. I saw the Spike and the SS kettle with similar features but at a higher price point. I guess going cheap (really?) makes a difference. Personally I would pay a little more for the quality of Spike or SS. I'll keep the Edelmettal, because it looks pretty cool but I do not recommend Edelmettal products. Poor quality.