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SpikeBrewing 06-12-2012 07:29 PM

18 Gallon Kettle BLOWOUT - Starting at $135
Our supplier sent us 18gal kettles instead of our 12gal kettles so since we're really awesome (:p) we will be selling 18 gallon kettles at our 12gal kettle prices. These will be made to order so there will be a 1 week lead time to get welded.

http://spikebrewing.com/18-gallon-stainless (The drop down box has the different variations listed)

-18 gallon capacity
-17.5" T x 18" W
-304 stainless steel
-1mm thick
- Lid included

0 couplers - $135 shipped

1 coupler - $145 shipped

2 vertical couplers - $160 shipped

2 horizontal couplers - $160 shipped

3 couplers - $175 shipped

We have 12 kettles in stock. Once they are gone, well, you know..... :mug:


SpikeBrewing 06-14-2012 05:43 AM

Still have half a dozen or so left :mug:

cliffhanger1821 06-14-2012 09:30 PM

These have a tri-ply bottom?

bgburdman9 06-15-2012 02:44 AM

Anyone ever do a 5 gallon batch in a pot this big?

SpikeBrewing 06-18-2012 03:56 AM


Originally Posted by cliffhanger1821 (Post 4172158)
These have a tri-ply bottom?

1mm single layer


Veedo 06-18-2012 04:08 AM

tempting. would like to move up to 10 gallon batches and this would fit the bill.

HopsPlease 06-20-2012 02:55 PM

What are the advantages and disadvantages of having the couplers drilled into the bottom?

SpikeBrewing 06-25-2012 03:44 AM


Originally Posted by HopsPlease (Post 4186921)
What are the advantages and disadvantages of having the couplers drilled into the bottom?

From my website:

"I'm obviously biased because I produce welded kettles but that's for a reason; they are just a better, more durable design. But here is a quote from a HomeBrewTalk.com moderator (largest online brewing forum in the world) discussing welded vs weldess fittings on kettles...

"Welded = no chance for leaks, very durable, nothing to replace/maintain, permanent, less parts to clean

Weldless = sometimes finicky when installing (can leak), o-rings to replace (very occasionally), not as durable, not permanent (you can change your mind), more parts to clean"
Source: http://www.homebrewtalk.com/welded-vs-weldless"

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