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Old 10-31-2006, 04:20 PM   #1
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Sep 2006
Nashville, TN
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Hey guys, take a look at this....


looks like a pretty good deal to me.. I dont know if that spigot would be good for transfering wort... but nevertheless, it looks like a good pot with a burner for pretty cheap..

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Old 10-31-2006, 05:02 PM   #2
I use secondaries. :p
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Sep 2005
Cary, NC
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Too bad they don't specify how powerful the burner is.

The pot is plenty big for full-volume extract brewing. It's on the verge of being too small for AG brewing, though.

As for the price.... you should be able to find turkey fryer set-ups that have a burner and 7.5 gallon Al pot for much less than $70 (I've seen them for $35 or so on sale).

I don't recall seeing many fryer pots with spigots on them, but unless you consider the sipgot (which is GREAT for transferring wort) to be worth $30, you can probably find a better deal.

Ground Fault Brewing Co.

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Old 10-31-2006, 07:35 PM   #3
Sep 2005
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I would actually say the pot is barely big enough for full volume. I use a 32QT pot and I have to be uber-vigilant to avoid boilovers. It will work, but it will be tight.

If you have a Costco close by, they have a 36qt all stainless Bayou Classic kit for ~$80.


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