Originally Posted by masterfool101
The bigger concern for these thin aluminum pots is how well they hold temperature. Using a rubbermaid water jug or something like that is viable because they're insulated, and hold temperature very well . . . these thin aluminum pots will need CONSTANT reheating or very close temperature management . . . and that can be a problem if you've got your grains settled to the bottom of the pot.
I'm not sure he was planning to use the pot to mash in... The pot itself would be used for the boil and shouldn't present any issues for holding temperature. I use a tamale steamer for my boil pot, ... Once you get it boiling it should be fine.
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