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Winware Professional Aluminum 50 Quart Stockpot

4.4
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AU$ 837.00
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Description

  • Dimensions: 15.8 diameter x 15.2 depth
  • Designed for professional use in preparing stocks, soups, and liquids
  • Made with standard weight heavy aluminum, with a reinforced rim
  • Product Gauge: 3/16 (4.75mm), NSF Listed
  • Cover sold separately

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Customer Reviews

Very GoodI bought this pot for home brewing, and it works great. Like another person posted in his review and I confirm it also; When using this for the first time, fill it completely with water and boil the heck out of it! No matter how hard you clean it, you will not get the metallic taste out of the inside of this pot unless you boil it first! Yes it is hard to boil that much water, but do it. Otherwise I guarantee it will taste metallic. Once boiled, you will even see the difference on the inside of the pot. This is not an issue with the pot, just something you must know, whether you're brewing beer or cooking lobsters or whatever.5but it's easy to cleanI use the 10 gallon pot for home brewing and it's worked so well for performing full boils on 5 gallon batches. I use this on a propane stove and it fits perfectly, although, if you're making bigger batches and doing full boils, this may not be big enough.I boil down 6.5-7 gallons for a 5 gallon batch, and boil overs are still a very real possibility if you don't watch the hot break before boiling and immediately after hop additions, but it's easy to clean.Don't let anyone tell you that aluminum is not good or safe for home brewing. It is perfectly fine! It's just recommended that you boil water in the pot before brewing so you can build up the oxide layer and don't scrub hard when cleaning, as it can remove that protective layer. I've not had any batches ruined by metallic off flavors and scrub and spray this thing down after each use.It conducts heat very well so it boils and cools quickly. I don't have a measurement, but the thickness of the pot was surprising for the price. It's very sturdy and won't wobble or flex on you.The only downsides are the handles, which are riveted and will become very hot after a short duration of the flame coming on. Be careful when trying to move this after the the burner has been ignited! Also, the lid is sold separately, and I highly recommend getting it if you're brewing outside.All in all a fantastic value for the budget conscious home brewer!5Perfect For Brewing 5 Gallon Batches Of BeerNo regrets with this 24 quart stockpot!Pros:-Easy to use-Light weight (in comparison to other pots)-Aluminum allows heat to transfer faster (what does this mean? when chilling your wort in an ice bath it will cool down quicker due to it being made to aluminum versus stainless steel) this is very convenient if you want to put off buying a wort chiller or just don't want to get one.-Strong rivets for the handles-Easy to clean so far-Very thick aluminum, so it will you a good long whileCons:-Pot came with a thick metallic powder that took me a good half hour to clean off the whole pot-Since it is made of aluminum it can be easy to chip inside it while using your basting spoon and mixing the wort (nothing crazy or worth taking a star off since it's something that can happen with all aluminum pots, and can be all together avoided if you aren't rough with it while mixing the wort).All in all, awesome product, and well worth the money I spent for it. When I had this in my ice bath it cooled my wort from about 230*F down to 80-85*F in about 15 mins, which isn't bad.If you have any questions about my review or the product just comment on here and I'll do my best to help you out! Happy brewing.5Good pot for 5 gallon beer batches! I use this pot for brewing 5 gallon batches of beer and cider and it works perfectly. If your looking to buy a pot for brewing and dont know whether to use aluminum or steel, here's an explanation. If you're using a natural gas burner outside, aluminum is fine. It heats up to boiling in about 15 minutes. Steel would be slightly faster but doesn't justify the cost in my book. Aluminum doesn't leak anything into the beer btw. Very heavy! Handles the heat from the propane burner very well! 5PASTA AND RIBS AND ALL THAT OTHER S***This is for LARGE BATCH ITEMS. I purchased as a spaghetti dinner pot ( I paid under $25.00)It's great for Holidays, BBQs, and many are using it as a HOME Brew POT. Or a monster size OF CHILLI. It's not pretty, and will discolor, unless you clean after every use with bar keepers friend, which I STRONGLY suggest. It's not pretty, but it's highly functional. I guess like a not- so- hot wife or husband ( hahaha, my sexist joke).But overall, at this price point, a home chef, will be pleased, and satisfied with the performance. I don't think it's heavy enough for a FULLY commercial kitchen.It is heavy and works well on a gas burner indoors.If you need a troth of sauce, or wanna really par-boil your ribs, this is perfect ( recipe at the end).take 8-10 pounds of PORK RIBS, score with a knife the underside5 granny smith applies sliced2 whole lemons cut in eighths2 limes cut in eighths3 cups of apple cider1 cup of orange juice1/2 cup of Corn Oil1/4 cup each of the following:vinegar ( white)saltpepperdark brown sugarNOW ADD SPICES:Tablespoon of the followingtyme,Allspice,lemon zest, cayenne peppercombine and then add 10 cups of waterLet the ribs SIMMER IN THE MIXTURE FOR 75 MINUTES, on Medium Heat Then let stand in Mixture for 2 HOURS.Then place on greased grill, outside for 15 minutes each side,cover in your favorite BBQ sauce, or Serve sauce on the side.this are ribs, I have won money for, and people pay me to make every year.ENJOY!5Good quality but trouble finding a lid.Received my Winware 40 Qt aluminium stockpot today and was pretty impressed with the quality (truly 4MM - not thin and flimsy and is a full 40 Qts), but it had a pretty nasty dent from shipping. I was able to straighten it out with a rubber mallet and round piece of closet pole dowel without too much difficulty so all is well now. Unfortunately the aluminum lid that the Amazon page indicated was a match is in-fact not a match. Don't order the "Winco ALPC-40 Aluminum Cover ", is too big for this stockpot. The inside dia of this stockpot is 14", but the Winco lid is for a 14.5 to 15" dia pot. All in all I would probably buy this stockpot again (hopefully with no shipping damage). Wish the product specs more clearly indicated the inside diameter. I assumed it was 15" but turns out that's the height ...Guess I'll keep shopping for a lid that fits.4Made in CHINAI just bought this Pot to use on a wood stove - top.just for adding moisture into the air.....( I am NOT cooking with it )..Price was a factor for me as well as reviews..this is the thickest i saw advertised ( 4mm) and was SUPPOSED to be from USA...the bottom is stamped " STANTON " AND A PAPER LABLE SAYS "MADE IN cHINA!!!,,,be Careful what you order...I was watching the item for about a week at aprox $45.00---then one day i click on and it was $35.00...good for me ....BUT NOT the product i ordered....AGAIN --I am NOT cooking with it ,, so , I believe its OK for my wood stove ---Time will Tell....3What you should know before buying, and even afterIf you're using this pot to brew beer like me, or even just for cooking, it's important to know you might want to create a fine oxide layer inside the pot before making anything. That should prevent any "off" or "metallic" flavors you might encounter. You can do this by filling the pan with water and bringing it to a boil for about 30 minutes or placing it in the oven at about 350 for about 10 minutes. Otherwise it's a very sturdy pan. Aluminum is a great heat conductor which may help you bring your water to a boil faster than a stainless steal alternative. Beware it does scratch easy and you don't want to use oxygen based cleaners (oxyclean) or steal wool to clean this style of pot. Wish this came with a lid, if it did I'd give it 5 stars.4This is a great pot that we use for making a lot of ...This is a great pot that we use for making a lot of beef stock or pho on a propane burner outside....and I mean a lot (10 gallons!). Our inside oven would not be able to get this thing going. It is a good, thick, aluminum that seasons quickly from use. This said, this is a very practical pot. The inside seasons (good) but this looks discolored for use. It is silver but not shiny. It is not a showpiece. Very happy with this purchase.5Looks good!I bought this pot in the 100 quart size. I plan to use it has we make our homemade tomato sauce every year. I just received this today and opened it and was pleasantly surprised. The quality looks good. It s a nice and thick material and the handles are quite large. It does not come with a lid, I don t need one so that worked for me. They do sell them separately if you need. I am in the process of priming it as the manufacturer suggests before use. I will update my review once I use it.5worth every pennyI've bought stock pots before, all sizes, but usually cheap. I decided I wanted a really bid one, but one that was built well. Let me tell you, this thing is not only built well, but huge. The picture posted to illustrate it does not do it true justice. It's almost as big around as the box my 32'' tv came in. My home air filter can almost lay down in it, length wise. As for depth the home air filter will fit and there are still a few inches left on the air filter (16x25x1).The construction on this pot is excellent. I can see no seems and its polished aluminum. Anyone looking for a really big stockpot won't be disappointed with the purchase, maybe overwhelmed by size.This thing is perfect for big crab boils feeding about 35-50.The only con is the lid doesn't come with it. Nothing is big enough, except maybe the big marching band cymbal.5
Winware Professional Aluminum 50 Quart Stockpot

Winware Professional Aluminum 50 Quart Stockpot

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 837.00
Sale price
AU$ 837.00
Regular price
AU$ 1,382.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 545.00)