5 Gallon Brew Kettle in Stainless Steel

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A stainless five gallon brew kettle ideal for extract brewing highly recommended for new brewers! The quality stainless steel lasts a lifetime and is safe and non-reactive.

Please Note: The bottom of the kettle has a slight ridge, which can make it less than ideal for an electric stove.

The perfect addition to our Deluxe Homebrew Starter Kit #1 Best Seller.

Additional information

SKU 7300

Customer Reviews

Based on 326 reviews
48%
(158)
30%
(97)
16%
(53)
1%
(4)
4%
(14)
J
J.B.
It holds 5 gallons and can get liquids hot

Long story short I needed capacity without breaking the bank, and settled on this. If you're in the same boat, go for it, don't read further. If you're willing to spend some more money? Read on.

I was honestly worried my power burner would put a hole in the bottom of this thing, it's that thin. It has the "oil canning" condition where it crimps and makes a ton of noise at the slightest touch, which means it also moves a considerable amount when heating. The people who have said that it seems like the lid is going to jump off while a boil is going on are absolutely correct, that was my experience as well. The biggest two redemption features are the fact that it has a lid and a lip for easy pouring. Otherwise I would honestly spend a bit more to get something with thicker walls, thicker bottom, and maybe a gauge. Giving a 4/5 for the fact that it 1) holds liquid 2) has a lid and lip for pouring and 3) It operates exactly as advertised, no more no less. Only knocking off a star for the oil canning which gets pretty annoying during heating/cooling cycles.

V
V B.

The brew kettle is a great size for my small batches.

M
Matthew N.
Great for brewing 5 gallons!

Great product to brew 5 gallons and even better bang for your buck!

g
gary w.
5 Gallon Brew kettle

Works awesome and really affordable. Just wish it had a hole in the lid for a thermometer. Thought it being thin would be an issue but 10 uses later still holding together great.

R
Ron J.
Pretty Good Pot

It's a bit thin, and I'm not 100% confident in the handles but it is cheap and has worked once so far with zero issues. I would buy again, especially if they make it a bit sturdier for the same price.

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5 Gallon Brew Kettle in Stainless Steel

5 Gallon Brew Kettle in Stainless Steel

Customer Reviews

Based on 326 reviews
48%
(158)
30%
(97)
16%
(53)
1%
(4)
4%
(14)
J
J.B.
It holds 5 gallons and can get liquids hot

Long story short I needed capacity without breaking the bank, and settled on this. If you're in the same boat, go for it, don't read further. If you're willing to spend some more money? Read on.

I was honestly worried my power burner would put a hole in the bottom of this thing, it's that thin. It has the "oil canning" condition where it crimps and makes a ton of noise at the slightest touch, which means it also moves a considerable amount when heating. The people who have said that it seems like the lid is going to jump off while a boil is going on are absolutely correct, that was my experience as well. The biggest two redemption features are the fact that it has a lid and a lip for easy pouring. Otherwise I would honestly spend a bit more to get something with thicker walls, thicker bottom, and maybe a gauge. Giving a 4/5 for the fact that it 1) holds liquid 2) has a lid and lip for pouring and 3) It operates exactly as advertised, no more no less. Only knocking off a star for the oil canning which gets pretty annoying during heating/cooling cycles.

V
V B.

The brew kettle is a great size for my small batches.

M
Matthew N.
Great for brewing 5 gallons!

Great product to brew 5 gallons and even better bang for your buck!

g
gary w.
5 Gallon Brew kettle

Works awesome and really affordable. Just wish it had a hole in the lid for a thermometer. Thought it being thin would be an issue but 10 uses later still holding together great.

R
Ron J.
Pretty Good Pot

It's a bit thin, and I'm not 100% confident in the handles but it is cheap and has worked once so far with zero issues. I would buy again, especially if they make it a bit sturdier for the same price.