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BrewskiBroski 01-02-2013 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by mattyb85
did anyone ever find out any reviews on these pots?
Hey mattyb... I bought 3 80qt pots about a year ago from ebay and have done probably a dozen or so brews on them, I have an electric Herms system and I drilled them with no problems at all, just go slow and use lube (that's what my girl says too)

In any case, they are very substantial and in no way feel thin walled or flimsy... Great quality and great price.

See the pic for what they look like now.

BrewskiBroski 06-22-2013 03:23 AM

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Thought I'd bring this back up because I'm looking to finally go all grain. I also don't want to buy 10 gallon kettles only to find myself going to 20 gallon kettles a few years from now.

Anyway, with that said I like BIG beers. For a 10 or 15 gallon batch would you recommend a "25 gallon" concord for the MLT and a "20 gallon" concord for my HLT and boiling?
Yea I ended up buying 20 gallon Concords which I love but the max I can do is probably 12-13 gallon... Usually do 10... If you want to do 15 gallons... Might want to go 25-30 gallons pots


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