5 Gallon Premium Stainless Steel Stock Pot with Weldless Ball Valve

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5 Gallon Kettle with Ball Valve

5-gallon or 20qt stainless steel stock pot perfect for cooking or for a  home brew kettle.  Lid included.  These kettles are hammered and stamped from a single sheet of stainless steel.  This increases the durability and strength of the stock pot.  Small dings may be visible due to the hammering and stamping process.

This kettle aslo includes a 1/2" stainless steel weldless ball valve with 1/2 in. barbed outlet.  The valve includes two high temp silicone orings.  All metal parts are stainless steel.


  • Stainless Steel
  • Durable Handles
  • 1/2" Weldless Ball Valve Installed

Cosmetic Damage - sometimes these kettles come with small dings and dents in the side, top, or lid.  We mark these kettles down and ready them for sale.  In no way does the cosmetic damage effect the performance of the product.  

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  • 5
    5 Gal stockpot with ball valve (cosmetic damage)

    Posted by Kathy on 11th Dec 2021

    I love this pot. It went together with ease. The hardest part was finding my husbands tools! This is going to work great to hold drinking water in my new She Shed! No leaks. Used the white pipe tape as another reviewer did. Great price too. Cosmetic damage minimal.

  • 5
    Good pot for the money

    Posted by William Rathburg on 23rd Mar 2021

    I’m pretty happy with this pot. It arrived with two small dents which did not lessen the usefulness of the pot. Considering it comes with a ball valve and a pre-drilled hole, it’s a good value. I used it for making maple syrup, but plan to use it for brewing. Compared to my 10-gallon Concord pot, the stainless steel used for this pot is thin but doesn’t lessen the functionality.

  • 5
    5gal stock pot

    Posted by Keith Mattison on 25th Dec 2020

    Love it great product

  • 4
    5 Gallon Stainless Pot w/ Ball Valve

    Posted by Tony on 18th Apr 2019

    This product worked great for me, and was quite affordable. I used it to dribble water into a boiling pan of maple sap, while making syrup. It noticeable reduced my boil time as the boil was in interrupted while adding large amounts of cold sap at one time. BUT, as is reflected in the price, this is probably the thinnest, flimsiest stock pot I've ever touched. Slightly more rigid than a couple pieces of aluminum foil. It will undoubtedly dent and crease. Buy this for functionality, not durability, and I think you will be pleased.

  • 4
    5 gallon brewpot

    Posted by Michael Weingarten on 28th Jun 2017

    Pretty happy with this product, sure there were some dental but overall, the little damage does not detract from the effectiveness or the great value of these items, even more so when you add the valves.