Originally Posted by apologeticus
I don't follow your logic on BIAB. Please explain.
Well there are only 2 advantages to the tri-bottom kettles that I have ever heard.
1) The tri-bottom kettle is flat and therefore can be used on induction stove tops
2) The tri-bottom spreads the heat more evenly across the bottom due to the Al core and helps to prevent scorching. I've done plenty of testing and have shown that the single layer is all you need. Customers like to spend more money than they have to (
) on tri-bottom kettles and Blichmann kettles so we figured we'd offer them that style of kettle but at a less expensive price; as always.
Originally Posted by musicawal
My only reasoning for the more expensive kettle was to get 20gal size. If you have the single layer in a 20g with the fittings and tray I'll buy it right now. It was either you or buy a bayou classic. I would much rather purchase from you and support the community.
I will be getting more 20gal kettles in this week but they will not have the steamer tray insert. However the new kettles are more tall than wide which should reduce boil off. I'll be listing them on the site in a week or so but feel free to email me if you want more specs and such now.