Blichmann Boilermaker G2 Brew Kettle (7.5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 55 Gallon)
This premium kettle is a no-compromise brew pot packed with standard features. Pot sizes up to and including 20 Gallons are US-made single-piece construction and carry a lifetime limited warranty. 30- and 55-gallon pots are imported and assembled in USA and carry a lifetime limited warranty.
A BoilerMaker brew kettle of your choosing, outfitted at the manufacturer with an AutoSparge, in the location of your choosing. Available in six hole configurations. Check out the Blichmann Engineering website for more information! See a video tour here!
Blichmanns Boilermakers will ship directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 1-3 weeks for delivery.
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.
40366, 40367, 40368, 40369, 40370, 40371
Seriously nice equipment.
I dropped my sight glass while cleaning it and broke it. Do you guys sell replacement sight glasses for 20 Gal. kettle or know how I can get a new one?
Kettle works great. But Northern Brewer installed the sparge arm at position L1 instead of the R1 I requested.
10 Gallon potPros:- It boils water- Water level sight glass tube- Inline drain fitting systemCon:- Temperature gauge is defective. As water heats up the needle jumps in 2 to 4 degree increments. Same when cooling. Then it stuck at 90 degrees until I tapped it repeatedly and to resettled @ 75. Will contact for a replacement.- Coming from an older version 8 gallon MegaPot this Blichmann metal thickness is very thin. A bump here or there with the Mega there was no worry of any dings/dents. This Blich I'm afraid of any tap will leave a mark.- Thin metal on the bottom allows for an oil canning effect as you drain/cool. Just when you are getting low draining the wort, and trying to keep the trub undesturbed, it pops back up and jostles everything.The above observations were after my initial brew with the new pot. Perhaps a few more batches will change my mind, but for the price, I'm disappointed.