30″ Commercial Quality, NSF Certified Stainless Sink

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Stainless Steel Commercial kitchen Prep & Utility Sink by Gridmann.  30 in. Wide.  NSF Certified, Large bowl size, backsplash with faucet mounting holes, adjustable-height feet, includes basket strainer drain.

For me, a quality utility sink is an important tool when homebrewing.  I’ve done interviews in the past and been asked… what is on your home brewing wish list.  I’ve felt a little silly answering…. a sink!  But, I’ve tried to clean homebrew gear in a regular kitchen sink and I don’t like it.  I much prefer a large, quality utility sink.  Having done it both ways, it makes a big difference come cleanup time.

We’re in the process of moving and that means my Utilatwin stays behind.  I liked the Utilatwin very much and would recommend it to someone looking for a good homebrewing sink.  It has two large basins and good quality construction.

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Since the new house doesn’t have a utility sink, I went shopping for a new one.  I landed on this model because it is NSF certified, features stainless construction and has a large bowl size.  I really wanted a sturdy sink and wanted to get away from plastic.  As much as I like the Utilatwin it does get scratched up over time.  Not a huge deal as I don’t… ferment in my sink, but still, I wanted to avoid another place for bacteria to hide.  I’m looking forward to this upgrade!

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2 thoughts on “30″ Commercial Quality, NSF Certified Stainless Sink

  1. Nathan

    Hello there! Thank you so much for your blog as its awesome to see different items that i also would be looking for in my own homebrewing adventure. I wanted to get your opinion on which sink you felt is better. I have been looking at both the plastic and the stainless steel to try and find a sink for my garage which would be purely for brew day cleanups. My biggest concern with the stainless is just the dimensions as I use 2 keggles and then a 20 gallon bru-gear brew pot so whatever the item, has to be able to hold that item in the sink to clean. I have seen https://www.amazon.com/Mustee-28F-Utilatub-Laundry-24-Inch/dp/B00E82WV8K/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_4?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=CS78M5DREA4VEW3XE9QN as well as well its just HUGE which has grabbed my interest but wanted to get your opinion as you have done this already.

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    1. admin Post author

      Hey Nathan! Of the two, this ss sink and the two tub Mustee, I like the stainless sink much better. Having said that, based on your vessel size the huge sink tub utilatub may be the way to go. I think I could handle a keggle or a 20 gallon kettle in my sink, but I think it would be easier with a huge tub. They make larger tub ss sinks, but they’re generally very expensive. Cheers!

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