2 Gallon MegaPot - The Features You Know & Love on a Smaller Scale
Your small batches deserve love too! This is why we released the latest 2-gallon MegaPot kettle - a jump in size from the previous smallest kettle of 8 gallons. When you want to throw together a one-gallon recipe kit or test a new recipe on a smaller scale first, the MegaPot 2-gallon kettle is your new go-to.
2 gallon MegaPot is a masterpiece, not just another steel pot. Every detail has been thought through to enhance the small batch beer-making experience. Crafted of 304 stainless steel for ease of cleaning. Stay cool silicone handles on the kettle and lid serve to keep your hands cool! The handles are riveted in place to aid in lifting a hot liquid-filled pot. A polished stainless steel band surrounds the flared lip, reinforcing the rigidity of the pot while adding a little bling. And that's not all. We've added the feature that every brewer wants in a kettle - graduated volume markers inside the kettle - one at each 1/4 gallon. No more need for a sight glass! The heart of the kettle is a 4mm thick Tri-Clad bottom- made specifically for even heat distribution. The 1.2 proportion of MegaPot has been scientifically designed to promote a vigorous boil and reduce off-flavors. And last of all, the MegaPot logo is stamped on every kettle. When you have the best, show it off!
2 Gallon MegaPot Specs:
- 2 Gallons (8 quarts / 9.1 liters)
- Diameter w/handles: 11.5"
- Diameter w/o handles: 8"
- Height w/ lid: 12"
- Height w/o lid: 9.75"
2 Gallon Brew Kettle Features:
- 304 stainless steel construction.
- Reinforced flared lip.
- Silicone easy-grip handles.
- Graduated Volume Markings.
- 4mm Tri-clad Bottom.
- Scientifically designed to promote a vigorous boil and reduce off-flavors.
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When I saw the picture, I had to buy it. But when I opened the box, I couldn’t believe it. Can I brew even one gallon in this teeny pot? I don’t think so, but I think of it as an heirloom, a tribute to my brewing days before I die. Really, I’ve got to say, this is one handsome pot. It stands a proud 12” tall. I really like it, though. For what? We shall see.