Brewer's Edge® 60 Quart Brewkettle

  • Item #S76
  • Price: $159.99
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In stock, will ship on Thursday, December 8

This Brewer's Edge pot features organ welded construction, .031” thickness 210 grade welded stainless construction, and a ½” female NPT port for a thermometer that comes plugged with a stainless plug. A KettleValve is included which features a ½" NPT exterior port, and 3/8" NPT interior female port (to fit our R49 KettleScreen). The solid stainless handles are welded on. A very sturdy pot, and a great value for the price.

This pot is too large to use on a home stove, an outdoor burner is recommended. Not recommended for use with an induction stove. 18” tall, 16½” wide.

Average rating 9.5 out of 10 ( based on 8 reviews )

60 Qt Brewers Edge Brew Pot

Review by James on 12/2/2017

I liked the size but the metal was thinner than it could be. It feels cheep. Although it does work it could have been a few gages thicker.

Very good kettle

Review by JochenKMD on 2/1/2017

Bought this kettle on sale, and it's a great piece. Arrived with a few small dents in the bottom edge, but nothing that affects function.

Brewers Edge 60 quart Kettle

Review by Danny on 5/29/2016

This is a great pot for a good price. Customer service is great and shipping to So Cal was 1 day. Williams Brewing has become my go to shop for brewing equipment.

Good pot for the price

Review by Andrew on 5/25/2016

Note that it is definitely possible to fit this post on some home stoves. I got tired of the cold weather this winter, and found that with the lid off, I can just barely fit it under my over-rage microwave, and use the vent fan. The pot fits across two electric burners on my *ceramic top* stove, and I did some large BIAB batches that way. I've been using it for two years, and have also just barely fit it into my temperature chamber for several kettle-soured recipes.

Great Pot

Review by Crows Nest on 5/29/2014

Excellent pot at an excellent price. The service was also awesome. Will definitely look at Williams for other brewing needs.

Jan 20, 2018 by Mike

Q: Can you recommend a false bottom for this kettle? Would the kettle screen work out if i was going to use this as a direct fire mash tun? Thanks for your help

A: The R49 Kettle Screen will work, but it is not ideal. You can also use our item S17 along with nipple E36 and a foot or so of S54 thermoplastic tubing, although this is not a perfect setup.

Jul 24, 2017 by Tom

Q: Their must be,but I have to ask. Are their gallon markings?

A: This pot does NOT have gallon markers.

Feb 13, 2017 by CD

Q: Is there a sight glass that goes with this pot?

A: Our item B07 will fit in to the thermometer port, which is about 1/3 of the way up the pot. To install it elsewhere you would need to drill a hole (see item B33) and install a female bulkhead (something we will be stocking soon.)

Jan 05, 2017 by Bill Howard

Q: With this kettle, how would you recommend keeping hops, trub out of the drain after the boil completes?

A: You could use our KettleScreen, item R49. Another good way is to chill the wort in the pot with an immersion chiller, and then just take off the wort with the valve. The sediment will settle below the level of the valve and remain in the pot.

Nov 02, 2016 by Andy R.

Q: Does this 60 quart BrewKettle have a tri-clad bottom?

A: No it does not, but a tri-clad bottom does not really do anything for a brewing kettle. Great for cooking, but for boiling liquid, not as important.

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