Brewer's Edge® 40 Quart Brewkettle

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  • Price: $99.99
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This 40 quart .026" thickness 200 grade stainless pot is ruggedly constructed, and features a ½" nickel plated brass ball valve.  Gallon markers from 1 to 10 are embossed on the side of the pot, and sturdy welded silicone covered handles make it easy to lift.

The ball valve features weldless attachment via a lock nut and silicone washer, and a 1/2" NPT outlet to accept hose barbs (recommended, see links below).  Not recommended for glass top electric stoves (use a gas stove or outdoor burner). Includes pictured stainless steel matching lid.14" tall, 16" diameter.

The valve also features 3/8" NPT female threads on the interior to accept the Brewer's Edge KettleScreen stainless filter screen. (see link below). The KettleScreen functions as a screen for mashing, and removing whole hops from the boil (it tends to get clogged with large amounts of pellet hops).

Not recommended for use with induction stoves.

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Average rating 8.5 out of 10 ( based on 34 reviews )

Good brew pot for gas stoves

Review by Richard F. on 4/27/2009

Pros: This is a good, affordable pot for gas stoves. The valve makes transferring to the carboy so much easier.

Cons: Do NOT use this if you have one of those horrible smooth surface/ceramic stoves. This pot has trouble making contact with the hot surface and was nearly impossible to bring to a boil. Gas is a must. Perhaps a cheaper old stove with elevated burners would also work.

Brew Pot

Review by Robin B on 2/6/2010

Pros: This is an excellent brew pot. It is lightweight and movable if needed. It can with stand the heat.

Cons: none

40 qt with screen

Review by Jon H. on 2/7/2010

Pros: Works good for the price you just have to watch out when you add malt so you don't burn at the bottom it's thin metal so just turn the flames off when you add malt until it dissolves all the way

Excellent Low Cost Brewpot

Review by Rob M. on 2/8/2010

Pros: Excellent value for the money. The kettle works perfectly, I've used it for 6 batches so far without any problems. The ball valve works very well for draining wort. The kettle has plenty of space for a 7.5 gallon batch.

Cons: The stainless steel is a little thin so it could dent easily.

Good value

Review by Sam R on 5/7/2010

Pros: Value can't be beat.

Cons: I'm a little worried about the strength of the handles, but I've had no problems for the year I've owned it. Very wide as compared to other similar sized kettles so prepare for greater evaporation rate.

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Apr 23, 2017 by Lou silvestri

Q: Will this be okay for a regular kitchen gas stovetop or is this 8 gallon too big?

A: Yes, as long as it is a gas stove, the pot will straddle two burners, but should work.


Feb 16, 2017 by Will

Q: I ran a test boil with this pot on an Anvil propane burner, and came up with an evaporation rate of about 25% per hour. Does that seem reasonable?

A: This sounds okay, vary the heat on the burner to change the evaporation rate.


Feb 02, 2017 by scott

Q: Where are these made?

A: These are made in China


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