justbeaz
I havery found these on ebay as I want to make two brew kettles are these one's on ebay food enough as I can't remember what type of plastic I need.

http://m.ebay.co.uk/sch/i.html?isRefine=true&_nkw=132101355302&ssPageName=GSTL&_mwBanner=1
I like my water with barley and hops
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Steve
I'm 😱to ask 😂
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Gregles
I would be tempted to go for summit a little larger Justin. 25 litres is a little tight

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justbeaz
Gregles wrote:
I would be tempted to go for summit a little larger Justin. 25 litres is a little tight



I'm only doingoing 10 ltr brews with my back it's easier to manage
I like my water with barley and hops
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justbeaz
Steve wrote:
I'm 😱to ask 😂


just going to make a three tier system [smile]
I like my water with barley and hops
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Clibit
I'm not sure what plastics are ok for boiling sorry. I suspect it would be ok, I think Polypropylene can withstand temperature well above 100C, but don't take my word for it.   [rofl]
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Gregles
justbeaz wrote:
I'm only doingoing 10 ltr brews with my back it's easier to manage


Makes sense pal.
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Pinto
Polypropylene is boilersafe IIRC.  I'd see if you can find a 33 L bucket m8, no-one ever complains about having too much boilover space [smile]
Beer is like porn - you can buy it easily enough, but its so much more fun to make it [wink]
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Clibit
Pinto wrote:
Polypropylene is boilersafe IIRC.  I'd see if you can find a 33 L bucket m8, no-one ever complains about having too much boilover space [smile]


Surely 25 litres is plenty for ten litre brews?
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Steve
The bigger the better, what happens if J wanted to do a full length brew! You can't have to much head space as Jeff says👍
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