This heavy eighteen gauge 304 Stainless Steel brew pot will make your brew day easier… it’s specifically made for home brewing!

The boilermaker brew pot by Blichmann engineering will be one of the best investments you’ll ever make!…

blichmann-boilermakerHowdy,

The home brewers who are brewing kick ass beers, dominating competitions and being considered beer gods by friends know one thing…

Brewing better beer is not just a matter of good technique…

Your equipment can be holding you back from brewing your best batch of beer…

While most beginners try to look for ‘cheap’ ways to brew beer, real brewing enthusiasts know one thing… home brewing is not about saving money… it’s about brewing the highest quality beer that other macro brewers can’t simply match!

… and I warn you… home brewing is addicting…

Once you brew your first beer that tastes better than anything else you’ve ever had, you’ll want to do it over and over again…

Which is why I decided to upgrade all of my equipment and made the decision to only buy the highest quality equipment available on the market…

See, when I started, I bought a regular aluminum cooking pot, and soon realized that bringing 4 gallons to a boil was nearly impossible… worse I couldn’t hold a boil unless I had my cover on… and that forced me to boil high gravity worts to make up for the crappy equipment…

So I went on a quest to buy a new brew pot… and opted for Blichmann’s 10 Gallon Boilermaker

You can see it on my brewing videos…

Blichmann engineering built this pot with brewers in mind and designed it to fit a high efficiency false bottom (sold separately)… and I don’t say that lightly… I’ve successfully lautered grain crushed with a roller spacing of .024″, and made through with zero stuck sparges!!

The dip tube will drain to within 3/8″ of the bottom!!

And the sight-glass let’s you know the volume of your mash or wort for easier calculations of mash volume or most importantly your boil-off rate…

I must say, they even took into consideration the cleaning of the pot… they made the dip tube and sight-glass easy to clean and even throw in the cleaning brush…

So all I can say is that I’m very happy to have purchased my boilermaker and if you are serious about brewing I recommend you get one as well… and make sure you get the false bottom as well if you plan on using this as a mash tun… you’ll be glad you did…

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    2 replies to "Blichmann Boilermaker Brew Pot (10, 15, 20 gallon)"

    • jeff

      Jorge, I have a turkey frier kettle (aluminum) my question is would it be OK to use for my full boils? I have read yes and no. So after listening to your videos and your reading I trust your judgement.
      One more thing where is the best place to ask qeustions?
      Thanks

      jeff

    • Jorge

      Jeff… I had an aluminum pot, but I didn’t find it to be very efficient… I personally prefer stainless steel…

      If your kettle can hold at least 8 or 9 gallons, then full boils should be fine…. you can probably email me for questions…

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