Stout 9.8-Gal­lon Elec­tric Ket­tle w/el­e­ment Port

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Test lab notes

Mir­ror pol­ish and thought­ful de­sign make for a ket­tle that both looks and per­forms great Stout is an­other one that of­fers end­less cus­tomiza­tion out of their metal shop, with fit­tings for the most com­pli­cated brewing sys­tems. Aside from the tight welds, the im­me­di­ate vis­ual dif­fer­en­tia­tor for Stout is the gloss. With a Stout ket­tle, you could get rid of your bath­room mir­ror—they’re gor­geous. If you take out the el­e­ment and switch to propane, their ket­tles of­fer a domed bot­tom with a heat shield to bet­ter cap­ture and dis­perse that heat through­out the body of the ket­tle. Doc­u­men­ta­tion on setup was min­i­mal, so these are best for folks who can man­age on their own, but the tubu­lar han­dles felt great, and the tri-clamp tan­gen­tial port made whirpool­ing a breeze.

Price: $373 Man­u­fac­turer: Stout Tanks Avail­able from: con­i­cal-fer­menter.com

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