stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby tazuk » Fri Jan 09, 2015 19:20

just got this today of : Catering-Portal.Bergland

this way by pass e bay

Hello Neil,
thank you for your message.
Here are all the pot sizes we sell:
Stock pots:

10222 - Stock pot 12 litre - 17,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 11,90 EUR
10219 - Stock pot 21 litre - 22,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 11,90 EUR
10223 - Stock pot 33 litre - 30,50 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 11,90 EUR
10220 - Stock pot 50 litre - 39,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10224 - Stock pot 70 litre - 44,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10221 - Stock pot 100 litre - 52,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR

Thermo pot without tap:

10465 - Thermo pot 6 litre - 31,50 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 11,90 EUR
10225 - Thermo pot 12 litre - 39,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 11,90 EUR
10226 - Thermo pot 20,5 litre - 50,50 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10227 - Thermo pot 32,5 litre - 60,50 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10228 - Thermo pot 50 litre - 74,50 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10229 - Thermo pot 60 litre - 83,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10230 - Thermo pot 80 litre - 111,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 17,90 EUR

Thermo pot with tap:

10231 - Thermo pot 25 litre - 57,90 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10232 - Thermo pot 38,5 litre - 70,50 EUR + shipping fees (UK) - 13,90 EUR
10233 - Thermo pot 70 litre - 107,90 EUR + + shipping fees (UK) - 17,90 EUR

In case of any questions please do not hesitate to contact us again.

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby mark1964 » Fri Jan 09, 2015 20:15

prices have risen a bit. They must have caught on that their pots are being used for home brewing

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby tazuk » Fri Jan 09, 2015 20:25

50ltr thermopot 69 squid to my door some where up the road 124 squid ouch just for the thermopot

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby mark1964 » Fri Jan 09, 2015 20:35

our thermo was 89

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby tazuk » Fri Jan 09, 2015 20:41

wot for a 50ltr thermo where from uk or ???

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby mark1964 » Fri Jan 09, 2015 21:05

last year from angel homebrew

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby tazuk » Fri Jan 09, 2015 21:45

not now lol a lott more

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Andyhull » Sat Jan 10, 2015 11:53

Would a 50lt stock pot and a 32lt thermo pot be big enough to do 60pints?
That wouldbe just under £100 for both delivered to my door, Thats amazing!!!!

Also would you get the thermopot with or without the tap to do a self conversion?

I may have the funds for this in a few weeks so may go Shiney :pray:
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby mark1964 » Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:18

it would be close we boil 36 litres to get 25 litres 40 pints. You would need to boil 46 litres ish to get 60 pints. The thermo would be ok but you would need a 60 litre boiler I think

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Jeltz » Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:27

Agreed its tight, I have a hole in my lid which allows me to boil with the lid on and I get away with much less evaporation than Mark does but even so you'd have loads of boil overs if you are trying to end up with about 35L.

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Andyhull » Sat Jan 10, 2015 12:40

They don't show a 60lt on there though!
Also, how good are the thermopots in comparison tho a thermos cool box when it comes to heat retention as i would have thought that the plastic of the cool box will have some insulation properties due to what it's made of!
I only lost 0.5c on my one and only (upto now) 90min mash with an ambient temp of 8c so wondered if they are as good or better or if it's just the shiney apeal!
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby mark1964 » Sat Jan 10, 2015 13:33

we only lose 1 degree in 10 hours so that shows how good they are

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Rolfster » Sat Jan 10, 2015 14:04

Andyhull wrote:Would a 50lt stock pot and a 32lt thermo pot be big enough to do 60pints?
That wouldbe just under £100 for both delivered to my door, Thats amazing!!!!

Also would you get the thermopot with or without the tap to do a self conversion?

I may have the funds for this in a few weeks so may go Shiney :pray:

It would be tight but it is doable. I have a 50l mash tun and a 50l boiler. I boil on the stove top and it struggles a bit... by beer is a bit cloudy due to this. I do still get the odd boil over. I get about 65 500ml bottles out of my set up. More if I liquor it back.

I do wish I had gone for a bigger boiler....
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby tazuk » Sun Jan 11, 2015 00:13

i am going for a :D

70 ltr stockpot boiler
50 ltr stockpot hlt
50 ltr thermopot
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Andyhull » Sun Jan 11, 2015 08:57

tazuk wrote:i am going for a :D

70 ltr stockpot boiler
50 ltr stockpot hlt
50 ltr thermopot
:D


That would be the ideal as it will future proof you too, i may have to buy the same i think!
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Rolfster » Sun Jan 11, 2015 13:23

tazuk wrote:i am going for a :D

70 ltr stockpot boiler
50 ltr stockpot hlt
50 ltr thermopot
:D

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby PhatFil » Sun Jan 11, 2015 14:22

if you go for a bigger hlt you can heat up the strike+sparge volume in one on a lower power element with a timeswitch, you can get away with less element wattage/power if your only raising the sparge liquor 10C or so during the mash rather than refilling and heating up from scratch.

If you venture into any water treatment it will also allow you to treat the whole liquor volume in one assuring consistency.

just thought it worth mentioning..
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby djcorbetto » Sun Jan 11, 2015 18:10

i'm pretty gutted they don't sell anything bigger than 100 litres
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby tazuk » Tue Jan 13, 2015 17:52

look wot i got today :D had to pick up from courior bling bling 50 and 70 ltr just waiting for thermo pot now :D

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Springer » Tue Jan 13, 2015 19:45

Thanks for that Taz, I am a bit of a tight wad but I thought those prices were ok and they are Eur not £. Have in mind to do a fancy BIAB or something of the type. :hmm:
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby Rolfster » Tue Jan 13, 2015 23:39

Looking good! Are you going electric or gas?
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby tazuk » Wed Jan 14, 2015 02:10

ele m8 still dont know if to put tesco ones in :scratch:

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby orlando » Wed Jan 14, 2015 09:06

tazuk wrote:i am going for a :D

70 ltr stockpot boiler
50 ltr stockpot hlt
50 ltr thermopot
:D


That would work and allow for up to 50l brew length.

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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby PhatFil » Wed Jan 14, 2015 15:30

tazuk wrote:ele m8 still dont know if to put tesco ones in :scratch:

pros, n cons of tesco elements,

pro's
Cheap
readily available
having been used before there is a few how-to s out there


cons
tight spiral coil - a minor pita to scrub back to shiny after use
Can leave an untidy back needing extra work/expense to shroud

fwiw my first boiler worked very well with 2 x tesco elements fitted
when i decided to upgrade i bought a few lemon elements some that rusted, others lost the silver plate revealing a very soft yellow brass metal (lead content??)
of the elements i have used i can recommend 3 types from my limited experience..
1) X tesco kettle elements
2) £5 ebay 1.5kw kettle elements complete with plastic backing shroud
3) Mrlards 100% stainless steel Low Watt Density Brewing elements @2.4 and 3 kw

if building a 5-10 gallon brew kit now i would look very hard at the ebay china 1.5kw kettle elements, 2 together can get plugged into a 13a socket, and simple power control can be had from unpluging 1 or 2 elements -- i would look at 3 or 4 for a boil kettle, and 2 are sufficient to heat a hlt

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/AC-220V-1-5KW ... 43bbcd064b

the open design mean easy scrub back to shiny post brew, the simple back shroud save lots of time n effort,
and are cheap to replace should one fail, and again in a failure situation with 3 or 3 fitted if the one your using for the boil fails u have unused backups ready ;)

element failure should be considered we are pushing elements to boil hotter than water liquor for 90 mins, not what was on the original design spec im sure..

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my ol 60l hlt heated by 2 x ebay china elements - not sufficient to maintain a boil lid off.

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Tesco elements not as easy to scrub back to shiny (though done post boil religiously)

the homebrewbuilder LWD elements
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just a light dusting of crud post boil ;) wipe off almost ;)

just my limited experience, hope it helps
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Re: stockpot and thermopot prices

Postby rpt » Wed Jan 14, 2015 20:47

I thought Bergland had stopped selling direct to UK customers. So if they are then this is good news.

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