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22 Gallon BrewBuilt Kettle

22 Gallon BrewBuilt Kettle

Item Number:19-0356
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Your Price:$299.99
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The 22 Gallon BrewBuilt Kettle is a kettle designed for brewers. Silicone grips on the handles and lid ensures you will no longer burn your fingers while lifting the kettle or lifting the lid. Volume markings inside the kettle will make sure you always hit your target water volumes. The 2 welded fittings make it an ease to install the included ball valve and a thermometer (not included).
What really sets this kettle apart from the rest is the notched silicone plug on the lid. This allows for easy insertion of a wort chiller or sparge arm.

Technical Specs:

  • 304 Stainless Steel
  • Dimensions: 17.7" Diameter x 21.25" Height
  • Stainless handles and rivets for secure lifting.
  • Silicone coated kettle and lid handles
  • Lid can easily hang from a handle.
  • 4 mm Tri-Clad Bottom with Aluminum Core heats quickly and disperses heat evenly to prevent scorching.
  • Two welded 1/2" NPT couplers
  • Two-piece, 304 stainless ball valve
  • 1/2" MPT stainless plug and teflon tape.
  • 1.2:1 height:diameter ratio provides optimal evaporation rate during boiling.
  • Notched lid with silicone plug accommodates an immersion chiller or sparge arm.
  • Internally etched volume markers from top to bottom.

Kettles may drop ship from vendor which can cause a 1 week delay.
5 Stars
I like it
I've been using Blichmann 15 gallon kettles for a while now - probably done 50 brews in the Blichmann kettles. One as a mash tun, the other as a boil kettle. I love the Blichmann kettles. Two comments: the Blichmann external glass tube showing the liquid level in the kettle always clogs when mashing. Always. So it's pretty much useless for showing where the liquid level is in your mash. In the boil kettle, the liquid is almost always boiling inside the glass tube so it's useless for tracking liquid level in the boil kettle too. The new blichmann G2 kettles have a weird knob valve instead of the "normal" ball valve, and for me the boil and mash kettle valves are either open or closed (I have a valve on my pump) so I don't need a fancy valve. In the end the BrewBuilt kettle made more sense than buying a G2. And I love the rubber handles on the brewbuilt lid. It doesn't slide around like the Blichmann lid when I set it on a table upside down. Great kettle. Very happy, and less wort scorching than the Blichmann kettles too.
Reviewed by:  on 9/18/2017
5/5

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