- Apr 1, 2014
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Thanks, that's pretty much what I was thinking. I think a 10 gallon kettle will do just fine for now. I can't see myself doing 10 gallon batches in the near future..The only reason to buy a kettle larger than 10 gallons is if you think you might start doing 10 gallon batches. If you think that's a possibility down the line then it might be better to go larger than 10gal now as opposed to buying a 10gal and then upgrading later.
For me I really don't think I'll be doing 10 gallon batches, and if I do I don't mind buying a bigger kettle later. For you it might be different.
You won't have a boilover in a 10gal pot.