15 Gallon 1 Weld Volume Marked Brew Pot

Item Number: 73-6060

Regular price$139.99 Sale price$41.93


15 gal Marked Pot with one weld

18 gauge with one 1/2" NPT welded female coupling. Perfect for a 1/2" ball valve assembly on the outside and a bazooka screen on the inside.

Pot measures approximately 16" (diameter) by 19" (height) and weighs just under 10 lbs

Inner Dimensions are 15 3/4" wide x 18 3/4" high

The inside of the pot features 1/4 gallon markings from 1/4 gallon to 14 gallons

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Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
Peter Ortiz
So far, not bad - not the thicker model that's induction ready

Initially when purchasing this, I thought it was the same model as the 10 gallon I had picked up a while back that is my primary brew pot. However, this is the thinner gage steel, handles, and not induction ready. That was really disappointing, but, my fault for not understanding what I was picking up. All that said, it is big enough that it allows me to make FAR larger BIAB batches than my 10 gallon cooler mash tun does. I have been dealing with temp maintenance issues in my igloo set up, inability to stir that mash/keep temp, etc, and opted to move toward BIAB. This allows me to make higher gravity beers with better efficiency based on the experience so far. I don't regret the purchase, but I wish I had paid better attention to the description.

Dustin Thomas
Huge pot

Haven’t got a chance to use it yet but plan on brewing here in a week or two

David Banks
Thinwall boiler pot review

I’ve bought several of these style pots (4 of the 10 gal, 2 of the 15 gal) over time so knew what to expect. They are very thin, but in my experience, if a multi-port, banjo style burner is used, that spreads out the flame, there is negligible scorching - no brown or black, just a bit of shadow that wipes out with a sponge where the pot touches the burner stand. If using a blow-torch style burner, they will scorch, but so will my thicker pots, though less so. They come with an impressive mirror polish that scratches like butter and after enough heat/cool cycles the grind marks on the vertical can weld are all clearly visible, but the surface remains smooth to the touch and mechanically sound. Probably the worst complaint on the most recent pots is that there is a heavy bead weld that attaches the handle to the pot which apparently over-stresses the very thin metal. They very reliably develop a surface crack inside the pot along the weld line upon heat/cool cycling. It’s only in the surface, not all the way through. Mechanically the pot and handles appear to remain sound. The earlier pots (10 gal anyway) had handles attached with a series of very small spot welds that apparently produced much less stress - no cracks after many cycles. Have never lost a handle, though have never lifted more than about 9 gallons. Anyway all that said, its tough to get that much SS pot volume for that price without some compromises. It fit my needs well enough to repeat buy.

Rudy Taylor
Simple and Solid

I have bought the two-port version of this pot when it was on sale in 2019 to build an All-in-one electric brew-in-a-basket system. Pot has been amazing but my basket really limited my mash size. When this one went on sale I grabbed it quickly to make it into a dedicated mash tun. I now have a 15 gallon (5500w) electric pot and 15-gallon mash tun. I also use a rewired robobrew as an HLT and the stainless immersion coil that came with it as a herms coil. The pots are good quality and reliable. I wrapped them in reflectix to hold better temps/boils but otherwise I couldn't ask for more.

Great opportunity

For the price this kettle is a great way to get into BIB double batches.

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