Beer Brewing Kettles, Pots & Kegs

Beer brewing pots vary greatly in size, dimensions, and properties. When choosing a solid beer brewing pot for yourself, you should realize what your homebrewing needs are and how much beer you are actually going to be brewing.

At Beverage Craft, we offer beer brewing boiling pots for both beginner homebrewers and advanced homebrewers who want to step up their system. From a simple beer brewing stock pot to a sophisticated 20-gal stainless steel beer brewing kettle with liquid meter.

Feel free to browse our selection and let us know if you need any help choosing the best beer brewing kettle or the best stock pot for brewing beer at home.

If you are not sure which beer brewing kettle or pot is right for you, let Beverage Craft specialists step in and help you make the right choice. Contact our team via live chat, email or phone - we’ll be there in an instant to provide you with professional consult and assistance.

Choosing a Beer Brewing Kettle or Pot

When choosing a pot or kettle for your particular homebrewing system setup, you have to take into consideration the beer brewing pot size, the capacity (typically, from 5 gal to 20 gal), whether it’s a beer brewing pot with a spigot or not, and many other factors.

For most homebrewers who have just started, the ideal option would be a basic 5-gal stainless steel pot. It’s designed to boil partial extract and comes with most homebrewing kits. These pots are a very economical and practical solution since they are cheap and reliable - a great introduction to the world of homebrewing!

For those of you who want to go bigger and utilize the brew-in-a-bag method of brewing to produce beer that’s more than 5% of alcohol, a beer brewing kettle 10 gallon would be a nice option.

Being a more advanced option, these kettles come with some add-ons like a spigot, thermometer, and more. They are a great introduction to all-grain brewing.

Where to Buy Brew Kettle

Beverage Craft offers a wide selection of kettles to brew your own beer. We have the following types available:

  • Regular 10-gal and 2-gal brew kettles that come with a spigot and thermometer
  • Advanced brew kettles with a liquidometer that come in 10-gal and 20-gal sizes

Additionally, you can choose a nice Cornelius ball lock keg (aka “corny keg”) coming in 1.5, 2.5 and 5-gallon sizes.

If you’re looking for a particular type of beer brewing pots for sale or beer brewing kettles for sale and haven’t found them on our website, please write to us at sales@beveragecraft.com to inquire about availability. We have new arrivals every week and are always here to help.