Originally Posted by Exbeerienced
If you cut a roughly 9 inch hole in the top of a Sanke, it makes a killer boil kettle or fermenter. Perfect if you want to get into 10 gallon batches.
I agree! Converting into a kettle is a magnificent thing! I just had 3 keggles made myself. You can really trick them out, with drainage ports, false bottoms, sight glasses, thermometers, everything. If you have them now, and you have someone who can weld couplings in, you'll be in great shape. I promise you, if this is a hobby you're going to want to get into, down the line you WILL want a whole brew system. Here's some pics of the keggles I made.