Originally Posted by Jontonamo
How big of a false bottom should I have for a 100qt stainless stock pot?
Volume is not the question, its the dimensions. It needs to fit tight to the sides. The less dead space underneath the better, but you need to work around the mechanics at the bottom of the kettle.
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Carboys - Cougar Killer DIPA
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