I have three 9.5 Gallon brew pots for sale. Each pot has less than 5 brews on it. These are the Vollrath 47724 Stock Pot - 38 Qt. Intrigue Stainless Steel. These pots are probably the most heavy duty pots around. It is made of 16 gauge SS with a sandwich bottom. These pots are tall and skinny compared to the common mega pots. Here is a link to the actual pot. http://www.katom.com/175-47724.html
Each pot has been modified with welded ports.
One pot has a standard 1/2" full coupling and a half coupling welded in. ($125.00)
One pot has just one 1.5" tri-clamp welded in(I used this as my boil kettle) ($125.00)
One pot has two 1.5" tri-clamps welding in. One for a valve, the other I used for a thermometer. ($125.00)
Please be advised on the tri-clamp pots. To get the port as close to the bottom of the pot as possible, I welded the clamps where when attached, the clamp itself is below the kettle slightly. You can see this in the video. This cause no issues if your burner/stand has room. I use it on the Top Tier. I would see an issue with a narrow Brutus 10 build.
I also have a false bottom for these too(same one from more beer 8 gallon kettles fit). ($50.00)
I really do not want to ship. I only have one box that fits, and due to the weight of these, shipping could be very pricy. Local p/u would be great so you can also see how nice these are in person, or to make sure they fit your needs.
Edit: Lids are included too.
Below is a link to a YouTube video I created.