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Old 01-11-2011, 10:09 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - Ebay deal - Stainless Pots

This guy seems to have quite a number of stainless pots in different sizes, but the one that caught my eye was an 11 Gallon Stainless pot with clad bottom for $59 + shipping. More than a few.

Seems he's also got 18 gallon pots at $99 + shipping. More than a few.

Disclaimer: Not mine & never bought from the guy. Just saw the deal. He's got other stuff up for sale, but the pots are @ 1/2 way down.

http://shop.ebay.com/canaan573/m.html


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Old 01-11-2011, 10:15 PM   #2
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Awesome find. I only wish I new the dimensions, seems short and wide. I would hope for a tall narrow pot ala Blichmann to control evaporation.


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Old 01-11-2011, 10:27 PM   #3
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I'd rather control the evaporation of my dollars

Dimensions on 11 gallon pot:

Interior diameter: 17 1/2"
Interior Depth to top edge: 11 3/4"
Exterior Diameter excluding handles/including rolled edge: 18 3/8"
Clad base diameter: 16 1/8"
Overall Height: 12 1/8"

http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-11-Gallon-St...item1c1884d1a2
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Thank you for providing those dimensions!

What does everyone else think about evaporation should I be concerned or is this too good of deal and evaporation is a negligible factor?
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Thank you for providing those dimensions!

What does everyone else think about evaporation should I be concerned or is this too good of deal and evaporation is a negligible factor?
Evaporation is negligible. You can always add more water.
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Evaporation is negligible. You can always add more water.
Or start with more. I routinely boiled off 2+ gallons with my old setup. My preboil for 6 gallons was 8.21 gallons.
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I'm very interested in the quality of these pots... Has anyone ordered yet?
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More boil off means you can sparge more. To a point of course. But think how another half gallon or more would be nice on those big beers. You would get more sugar from your grain.
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Highly considering one of these pots!


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