Dimensional chart –
|Kettle volume (liter)||Diameter (cm)||Height (cm)|
Note – The brewing capacity mentioned above is for reference purpose only. If you’re willing to make bigger batches with the above recommendations, please make sure to consider the boil volume and space for boil-overs.
- Commonly used as a boiling pot to boil the wort for all grain brewing.
- It can be used as a mash tun and a boil kettle for the Brew In A Bag method (BIAB)
Note – Refer to our BIAB starter kits in the ‘Equipment & Accessories’ click here for more details
- It can also be used as a hot liquor tank to hold additional hot water on a brew day.
- Before starting to brew, rinse the brew kettle thoroughly with a cleaning solution/odorless detergent
- After the brew day, rinse the brew kettle and soak it in hot water with a cleaning solution for a few hours
- Drain out the water from the brew kettle and let it air dry