I’m ready to get into brewing great homebrew so I thought I would start with a nice stainless steel kettle since I have a few bucks now to get one. And a good gas burner too. My electric stove is way to small.
I am thinking of getting a 10 gal kettle with fittings and thermometer so I can do full 5 gallon boils.
I will start out with extract kits and then partial mash before trying out all grain. Will this be a good size kettle if I do go all grain in 5 gallon batches down the road? I thought I read on the forums that some brewers like a bigger 15 gallon kettle.
Once I cool the wort with an IM cooler, I just empty it out through the drain valve into the primary. What is a good filter setup to use?
Thanks for the advice and any tips you can give me.