Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby CJV8 » Mon Jan 09, 2017 15:25

Last Thursday I ordered another 3 pots from Catering-Portal and they arrived in the North East of Scotland this morning. Still a great service, and even with the poorer exchange rate the prices are still unbeatable.

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Conditioning - Plum port (and it'll be conditioning for another 9 years or so)
Drinking - many different beers, and plenty of whisky.
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby bastardbrain » Sat Jan 28, 2017 16:52

Is there no link to a site for the Thermo Pots.
I`ve emailed but no reply.
Also what size would I get for 25l boil volume brews?
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby CJV8 » Sun Jan 29, 2017 16:07

No link I think, the email I used is Catering-Portal.Bergland@msg.afterbuy.de
Thermo pot prices are on page 2 of this thread.
For a 25 litre boil volume the 33 litre pot should be fine, may just have to keep a closer eye on it to prevent a boil over if it's a vigorous boil.

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby PhatFil » Sun Jan 29, 2017 17:10

pop over to www.ebay.fr and search for "INNOX MARMITE" (Stainless steel stockpot)
find a seller and email for a price delivered to the UK ;)
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby bastardbrain » Sun Jan 29, 2017 18:15

I meant the 33l thermo pot just for the mash, not the boil
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby pittsy » Sun Jan 29, 2017 18:21

I had a 25 litre thermo and with doing mashes with a 3.5 litre per kg just had enough room in there , i would go for the 33 one
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby bastardbrain » Mon Jan 30, 2017 20:40

Just ordered my 50l thermo.
Anyone got a link to the perfect false bottom for this.
Also any tools floating around for the conversion???
51mm starrett tct holesaw
3, 6 and 11mm cobalt drill bits
21mm qmax cutter

Thanks fingers crossed I don't balls it up
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Adrian_98_uk » Mon Feb 06, 2017 10:51

bastardbrain wrote:Just ordered my 50l thermo.
Anyone got a link to the perfect false bottom for this.
Also any tools floating around for the conversion???
51mm starrett tct holesaw
3, 6 and 11mm cobalt drill bits
21mm qmax cutter

Thanks fingers crossed I don't balls it up
Thanks


I'd get a brew builder false bottom, he knows the sizes for most pots!


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