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Old 10-14-2009, 05:33 PM   #1
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Default Local store for Alu. 10 Gallon Brew Pot?

Anyone find one of these at a common brick and mortar store?

Lowes, Home Depot, Wal-mart....something like that?

Need to find one for this weekend, and don't want to pay a arm and a leg.

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Old 10-14-2009, 05:47 PM   #2
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I would try a restaurant supply store. I bought both my 10g and 15g pot there. Every town usually has a place like this, just pull up your phone book.

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Old 10-14-2009, 05:49 PM   #3
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Yeah restaurant supply is what you want.

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A Sportsman's Warehouse or other hunting/camping store (nor REI) may have a turkey fryer pot that size. This time of year, the big box stores may have them, too, but I suspect it'll be in a kit with a burner, steamer basket, and other stuff you may not want.

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+ 1 on restaurant supply store. The pot with a turkey fryer is only going to be 32 qt at best.

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I picked up a 15G aluminum pot w/ boil strainer at a sporting goods store that also carried "outdoor" cooking equipment. Grills, smokers, sausage suffers, jerky equipment, that sort of thing.

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What price are you guys finding for a 40 Quart aluminum pot? (10 Gallon)

The stores in my area want $100 bucks for one, which seems really high.

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What price are you guys finding for a 40 Quart aluminum pot? (10 Gallon)

The stores in my area want $100 bucks for one, which seems really high.
for that price you can make a keggle
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Old 10-14-2009, 07:36 PM   #9
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Assuming you're a member, Sams Club has 10/15/20 gallon restaurant-grade aluminum pots for cheap.

I ordered three 15 gallon pots (with lids) a while back for $46/each plus $8 shipping for the entire order.

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What price are you guys finding for a 40 Quart aluminum pot? (10 Gallon)

The stores in my area want $100 bucks for one, which seems really high.
Think I paid about $60 for a 15 gallon at Lit.
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