This is a no compromise brew pot that comes standard with premium features like a patent pending linear flow valve that can be oriented in any direction and disassembles in seconds for cleaning. From the sleek easy to clean surface finish, to the cool touch custom molded grips, durable easy to read level gauge, snap-in drain tube, the informative BrewMometer™ and broad suite of optional accessories like our patented Button Louver™ false bottom, patented HopBlocker™ and AutoSparge™. This pot defines awesomeness. The BoilerMaker™ G2 is clearly in a class of its own.
Pot sizes up to and including 20 gallon capacity are US made single piece construction with a lifetime limited warranty. Pots with 30- and 55-gallon capacity are imported and assembled in the United States and include a lifetime limited warranty.
- Serious Brew Kettle! Review by JMSetzler
This kettle will be only for boiling wort in my home brewery. I mash in a cooler and have a different smaller kettle that I use for heating mash water.
A previous comment here talks about the fragility of the sight tube, and I don't really see any issues with it myself. I would not recommend fully disassembling the site glass to clean it. I think if you do that, you will possibly experience the problems that were mentioned there. I would ONLY remove the top hex screw and use the provided brush to clean the tube. You can clean the inlet and exhaust ports with the same brush without removing and disassembling the sight glass.
I'm also really impressed with the new ball valve assembly on the G2 model. I have not owned the previous model, but this new assembly can be fully cleaned without removing it from the kettle. You can simply remove the end piece on the outside and use a brush to clean the insides of the rest of the assembly while it's still mounted on the kettle.
(Posted on 10/12/14)
- Great Kettle, Sight Tube Troubles Review by West Seattle Homebrewer
My only problem so far has been with the sight tube assembly. The vertical tube tensioners have a small gasket inside to seal the tube itself in place, and you can adjust via provided hex wrench. After five sessions, the gaskets separated (i.e. fell apart) resulting in leakage around the lower area where the sight tube itself couples with the mounting bracket. Purchased new gaskets from local homebrew supply but while trying to reassemble (while mashing in a smaller kettle (stating this for dramatics, this all happened right at the end of my 60 minute partial mash) I chipped the end of the sight tube and had to scrap using the Boilermaker for today's batch. Frustrating to say the least - first attempt at partial mash thwarted first by gasket failure then hand eye coordination failure. Ended up doing a partial wort boil but everything was okay in the end and she's in the hole.
Threw the chipped sight tube away and ordered two 1/4" stainless steel plugs on which I will place high heat gaskets and fill the two holes previously occupied by the sight tube assembly. No more sight tube for me!
The sight tube is great but is only usable when the wort is not boiling and steady. During the boil, wort bubbles up through the sight tube and shoots out the top port inside the kettle - neat to look at but not sure if any benefit to the brewing process.
Final thought: The sight tube is a bugger to clean as you have to take apart the entire assembly after each session and be super careful not to let the multiple gaskets used in the assembly to shoot out and go down the drain. Also of you have marble or other hard material countertops your sight tube itself will invariably get chipped or otherwise mangled if not extremely careful.
Looking forward to plugging these holes and proceeding with BIAB. (Posted on 9/14/14)
You may also be interested in the following product(s)