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Old 08-08-2012, 12:32 AM   #1
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Default That time of year again... Spike Brewing Group Kettle Purchase!!

Back by popular demand....

http://spikebrewing.com/stainless-steel-kettles

We will be offering a $20 off coupon for ALL the stainless steel kettles we offer. Our kettles can be ordered with 1 coupler, 2 vertical couplers or 2 horizontal couplers. We also offer a 3rd welded coupler for a sight glass. This option can be ordered by going to the vertical style kettle of your choice and clicking the 'add 3rd coupler' in the drop down box. As always the kettle includes free shipping to the lower 48 states.

We're placing a large order for kettles on Wednesday (8/15) so there will be a 2 week lead time on getting your kettle. Any order that doesn't use the "HBT" coupon code will be shipped out with our normal 1-2 day handling time.

You can order directly through our site using the "HBT" coupon code at checkout. The coupon will be good until Tuesday (8/14) at midnight.

Any questions feel free to email or call me personally

http://spikebrewing.com/stainless-steel-kettles


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Will the electric kettles be available before this is over?

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Will the electric kettles be available before this is over?
Short answer; no. Going to pick up our test kettles tomorrow. The ground leads will also be in tomorrow. Testing should be completed within a week and they should be on the market by mid-week next (finally)
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Dang it man! This makes it difficult to decide! Hmmm....

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Electric kettle eh? So like I could brew in the basement and not use that cruddy stove I have?

I think I might just wait for that.

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This might be a dumb question, but is it accurate that the 10 and 15 gallon kettles (only ones I looked at besides the 12G) are both only 1MM thick while the 12G kettle is 8mm thick?

1MM seems crazy thin, but I'm not a materials guy, nor do I know the thickness of the walls of my current kettle. I'm thinking the 10 or 12G and a false bottom to replace my igloo mashtun.

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This might be a dumb question, but is it accurate that the 10 and 15 gallon kettles (only ones I looked at besides the 12G) are both only 1MM thick while the 12G kettle is 8mm thick?

1MM seems crazy thin, but I'm not a materials guy, nor do I know the thickness of the walls of my current kettle. I'm thinking the 10 or 12G and a false bottom to replace my igloo mashtun.
It says the 12G is .8mm, not 8mm.
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It says the 12G is .8mm, not 8mm.
Ok then. My bad. I guess I thought 1mm sounded so thin that when I saw the 8 I just disregarded the decimal. Thanks for the correction.
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Thank you for the post and special offer to HBT! Unfortantly, I already have a great kettle, but I will keep you guys in mind for next time.

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Electric kettle eh? So like I could brew in the basement and not use that cruddy stove I have?

I think I might just wait for that.
That would be correct. Stay tuned....

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This might be a dumb question, but is it accurate that the 10 and 15 gallon kettles (only ones I looked at besides the 12G) are both only 1MM thick while the 12G kettle is 8mm thick?

1MM seems crazy thin, but I'm not a materials guy, nor do I know the thickness of the walls of my current kettle. I'm thinking the 10 or 12G and a false bottom to replace my igloo mashtun.
It was already answered but... The 12gal is .8 (we have since discontinued that kettle) and our other kettles are 1mm. Most stainless steel kettles are .8 to 1.2mm thick. Aluminum ranges from 1mm to 6mm.

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Thank you for the post and special offer to HBT! Unfortantly, I already have a great kettle, but I will keep you guys in mind for next time.

Robert
We appreciate the consideration
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