You cannot make a 105 gallon batch in the kettle, unless you use the vessel as a fermentor and in this case, you may be able to make 3bbl. BTW, 32X 33" is approx 115 gallons and not 105. I always double check the volume using math against the labeled capacity. The vessel that they label as 70 gallon (24X 32"), actually is 63 gallon, unless I am making some calculation error.Looks dubious. Even the "smaller" kettles seem rather high-priced, compared to what you can find on Amazon. I recently bought a 20 gallon ss Concord kettle for $115 shipped. Very well-made, and there are others on the forum who have bought Concord.
For the money, I'd say go with something a little more well-known. Unless you're dying to do 105 gallon batches.
Are you sure those stated measurements are inside dimensions? Are you sure the dimensions are not including the lip, and/or not rounded to the nearest whole number? If you have your heart set on getting 115g into a kettle advertised as 420qt., you may be disappointed. A thousand bucks is a lot to gamble on somebody's nominal specs. But hey, it's your money.BTW, 32X 33" is approx 115 gallons and not 105. I always double check the volume using math against the labeled capacity.
I highly doubt the kettles touted in your link are USA-made. More likely, Chinese.I am actually looking for 100% made in the USA kettles but is quite difficult is this days.