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-Dan-

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Hey,
I am thinking about investing in a SS false bottom from Polar Ware for their 10gal pot. Does anyone have experience with these Polar Ware bottoms and can recommend it or not?

Thanks!
 

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It is very similar to all other false bottoms out on the market and works fine. I used one in my setup and never had any issues.

Ed
 

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It is very nice and well made. It is pricey, but has quality. It has very sturdy legs on the bottom for keeping it elevated.
 

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I have the 10 gallon Polarware kettle and false bottom. It was one of my first major purchases and I have no regrets. Polarware equipment is well built and rock solid. With reasonable care it should last a lifetime. The false bottom sits about an inch and a half above the bottom of the kettle and there's about one gallon of dead space below it. When I first started brewing I used this kettle as both a mash tun and a boil kettle. Now it is primarily used as a direct fired mash tun. Works very well for me and worth the cost.
 
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