It does help with the learning curve. However, the down side is that after a while, spending hours in a day to get 9-12 Litres of beer starts to grate on your nerves and you want to be putting out full sized batches.Milk-lizard84 said:Plus I like the idea doing small batches for things like smash beers and new recipies.
No need to test. Many posters here have already said that they're using the Big W pots with success. In fact, I'm soon going to buy a second Big W pot.wynnum1 said:Does a fridge magnet stick to a big w 19L have read that is how you can test.How water proof are some of these cheap cook tops some say not for outside use would think that a boil over would be a bigger problem .
How did you go?djar007 said:I bought a 3100 watt portable induction cooker a few days ago. Just tested it on my 100 litre stainless pot and it works well. To get around the weight restriction you could make a frame that gives you a gap. Going to post up some boil times and pictures as soon as I do my tests. A lot more energy efficient than any other method I am using that is for sure.