Reader Tip: 5 Gallon Stainless Steel Kettle – $11.99!

Thanks to HBF Reader Travis for this tip!

5 Gallon Stainless Steel kettle and lid for $11.99.  This would be good for small batch brewing or partial boil extract batches.

Shipping will be an additional charge unless your order qualifies for Boscov’s free shipping with a $99 order promotion.

Stainless Steel Stockpot – 20 Quart – $11.99


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4 thoughts on “Reader Tip: 5 Gallon Stainless Steel Kettle – $11.99!

  1. Nick

    I use the 3 gallon version of this pot when I make small 2 gallon test batches. Word of warning, it actually only holds about 2.5 gallons though it was listed as a 3 gallon pot. I find it works well for that purpose though, not the highest quality piece of equipment in the world, but suitable doing smaller batches.

  2. Chris Brewer

    from Facebook Friend Tom: Home brewers. If you’re just getting into it the 5 gallon stainless steel brew pot listed now is absolutely the best price you’ll pay ANYWHERE. My first pot, same thing, cost me close to $50.00.

  3. Jason

    $10 shipping.. $22 is still a great price. I was looking in to doing 3 gallon biab stovetop batches. Does anyone know if the bottom is uniform and will work on an electric stove?

  4. Anonymous

    Hey-

    I have split boiled 5 gallon batches on the electric stovetop for the past 8 years or so. One of my pots looks just like this. I can’t speak for this pot specifically, but my pot is around 16 qts, instead of 20 qts claimed. If I lauter until it is 2″ down from the top, it is about 13-14 qts.

    The bottom is thin, but the only ill effect I have noted is an element-patterned protein deposit after boiling. No visible burn marks.

    For what it’s worth,

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