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Old 06-12-2012, 07:29 PM   #1
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Default 18 Gallon Kettle BLOWOUT - Starting at $135

Our supplier sent us 18gal kettles instead of our 12gal kettles so since we're really awesome () 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)

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-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.....

http://spikebrewing.com/18-gallon-stainless

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Old 06-14-2012, 05:43 AM   #2
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Still have half a dozen or so left

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These have a tri-ply bottom?

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

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Old 06-18-2012, 03:56 AM   #5
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These have a tri-ply bottom?
1mm single layer

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

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

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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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