15 Gallon 2 Weld Volume Marked Brew Pot

Item Number: 73-6001

Regular price$159.99 Sale price$47.93
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15 Gallon 2 Weld Volume Marked Brew Pot

18 gauge with two 1/2" NPT welded female couplings. 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.

Add a 1/2'' ball valve assembly, AIH false bottom, and a thermometer for a complete all grain pot.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
James Cardinal
Big pot

I really like the size of the pot and everything it works great and I don't know anything else to say about it except it's fantastic

Marty Nolin
Very pleased

It is a great value for the price

Rickey Glancey
My New Brew Pot

Haven’t used it yet:
The new Brew pot looks shiny and clean. Compared to my other Brew-Pot this one has a single layer bottom and is much thinner. Hopefully not a problem when brewing BIAB and scorching. The handles are not insulated and the lid doesn’t have an insulated handle like my others and may need a pot holder to lift the "Button like" handle on the lid. Paperwork was lacking on cleaning and maintenance procedures. Hopefully it works out without any unforeseen problems when I brew. Slainté-Cheers !

Robert Ferguson

15 Gallon 2 Weld Volume Marked Brew Pot

David Dismuke
Nice Kettle

I bought this kettle for stepping up to 10 gallon batches. I debated getting the premium version with riveted handles and a tri-clad bottom but decided to go with this one instead. It seems very well built and I have been happy with it so far. All the welds look good and the volume marks are easy to read. I am glad I went with this one vs. the more expensive kettle as it let me save some $$ for grain and yeast costs.

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