Bru Gear ProBoiler Stainless Kettles and Mash Tuns via Kickstarter – from $110

Bru Gear is in the fundraising stage via Kickstarter.

They are gearing up to produce high quality conicals, kettles, mash tuns and all in one brewing systems.  Delivery for kettles is estimated for June of this year.  With All-in-one Breweries set for July.

ProBoiler Features:

  • 18 ga 304 stainless steel body construction
  • Extra thick bottoms to prevent scorching OR induction heating compatible 3 layer bottoms
  • Indented shelf to hold a false bottom and create a mash tun
  • 5, 10, 15, 20 & 30 US gallons and 1BBL available as standard sizes with custom sizes optional
  • Comes with 3 piece stainless steel ball valve and thermometer

Prices start at $110 for the 5 gallon model and just $150 for the 10 gallon model.  Rewards are available up to the 2BBL size.  3BBL size kettles are available as part of the complete 3BBL system award.

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Standard Kickstarter caveats apply.  You are investing in a prospective product that may be in the pre-release stages of development.  Risks are involved as your reward may not be fulfilled.

10 thoughts on “Bru Gear ProBoiler Stainless Kettles and Mash Tuns via Kickstarter – from $110

  1. Christian Chandler

    Phil is a good friend of mine as we are members of the same homebrew club. I have seen several of the prototypes in action and they are as good, if no better than any of the high quality products you see on the market for twice the price. Phil has also built several nano-brewery systems in town and really understands what brewers are looking for in a brew system at an affordable price. I have no doubt that his KS will be funded and then some so don’t hesitate in jumping in on this campaign as long as you can wait a few months to get your reward.

  2. Dustin

    I am thinking about kicking three 14 gallon conical. I contacted him about the NPT thermometer, he said he can do tri clamp instead but hasn’t found a source for TC thermometers yet. I’ve also requested the graduation markings like the kettles have and he didn’t think that would be a problem.

  3. Brandon Schierkolk

    I am going to pledge the 7.5 gal conical I think. I am a little surprised it doesn’t use a domed lid and that the thermometer is threaded not TC, but the price is very appealing.

  4. pcro

    I went full 20 gal electric brewhouse for $995 with this kickstarter. I hope it gets funded! It’s so much cheaper than Blichmann and Phil is so responsive on getting back with any questions you have.

  5. Tim

    I kicked this for the 15 gallon boil kettle. Phil was very responsive to questions I had about specific features. This is the best price I’ve ever seen for a kettle with welded ports, valve and thermometer included. I think you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better-featured kettle or tun, period.

    There’s a recent update about being able to add sight glasses. I’m glad to see that, though the kettle I selected will have etched 1/4 gallon markings, and that’s good enough for me.

    1. Chris Brewer

      In the few kickstarter campaigns I’ve folllowed, it seems to be a trend to offer things for less than typical everyday price. You are investing in a prospective product, your reward is a better price. It’s good point though. I’ve talked to Phil, one of the guys behind, bru gear about doing an Ask Me Anything Style post. It would be a good question for him if we are able to pull that off.

    2. Adam

      The catch is that it will not ship for a while, and there is a chance you will never receive your product, though, I’m not sure how many kickstarters have not followed through with delivery. Many have been disappointed with the first iteration of something though.


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