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tywelcome 10-25-2011 01:20 AM

WTB 10gal brew pot
I am looking to start doing full boils and need a 10 or 8 gallon brew pot.
I reside in Minnesota but will pay for shipping.

I would like to keep my investment to about 40$ before shipping.

At this stage I am willing to look at steel or aluminum.
Facuet or addons would be cherry.

Thank you HBT.

jeepinjeepin 10-25-2011 01:22 AM

Do you have a restaurant supply store nearby? We have ChefSmart down here. I bought a new aluminum 10 gal pot and lid for right around $60. Drop the lid and it would have been closer to $40.

dburgette 10-25-2011 02:35 AM

I have a 10 gallon aluminum I would be willing to sell. I would let it go for $50 and you pay shipping. No lid but only used for 1 boil.

tywelcome 10-25-2011 03:01 AM

Jeepin thanks for the advice I found one nearby for 41$....

dburgette thanks for the offer but i am going to grab a new one just down the road.

dburgette 10-25-2011 03:03 AM

That didn't take long at all. Good find.

tywelcome 10-25-2011 09:48 PM

I did not get the pot. I am going to wait out til I can get a pot with a faucet and maybe a false bottom. Heads up if anyone has an extra laying around. I would love to offer some cash on it.

ProzHack 10-25-2011 10:03 PM

Get the $41 pot, drill a hole in it and put your own weldless bulkhead/ball valve in it. It's not likely to get much cheaper.

Check brewhardware.com for decent prices on the add-ons.

tywelcome 10-25-2011 11:19 PM

I just got done reading the stainless steel soldering sticky, and yes thanks for the website that sells weldless kits. I now need to think about where to drill. I know the weldless needs no contours in the hole.

jeepinjeepin 10-25-2011 11:40 PM

Think about the beers you brew and the hop material that you will have in the pot. You want the valve above that point. I have also see. Pots with a low valve and high valve. That way I guess you can run off quick from one valve and then drain slow from the other with less head pressure.

joeybeer 10-26-2011 12:51 AM

*cough* keggle!

You'll be looking for a 15g in a couple of months - do it once !

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