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All-Clad Stainless 20-Quart Stockpot


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  • High-quality, economical 20-quart pot for large simmering, slow cooking, and poaching jobs
  • Heavyweight 18/10 stainless steel with aluminum disk in base ensures rapid, even heating
  • Comfortable, stay-cool lid and pot handles riveted for strength
  • Dishwasher-safe, but hand washing recommended
  • Lifetime warranty against defects

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 12.9 x 12.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0000696J4
  • Item model number: 59920
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #342,378 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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A heavy-duty yet budget-friendly stockpot option from cookware leader All-Clad, this 20-quart vessel supplies home chefs with the confidence and performance to turn out large batches of delicious food (and with this size, guests can certainly go back for seconds!). The thick 18/10 stainless-steel construction is sturdy and longwearing, and the base is reinforced with a conductive aluminum disk. That means the pot excels in rapid, consistent heating without the perils of lesser-quality materials like hot spots that burn, sticky places that won't clean up, or reactivity that makes grandma's Bolognese recipe taste like metal. Its lid and stay-cool loop handles are riveted for strength and won't be harmed by an oven's highest heat, and the rolled edge facilitates dripless pouring. Although the pot is dishwasher-safe, hand washing is recommended. It also comes with a lifetime warranty against defects. Now gather up the softball team for some chili! --Kara Karll

Product Description

All-Clad Metalcrafters proudly introduces its new heavy-gauge, large-capacity, stainless steel stockpot to its growing assortment of cookware. The professional-size 20 quart capacity stockpot features a heavy duty, stainless/aluminum disk bottom for even

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This holds many chickens at one time so lots of stock can be made.
Buffy
I recently picked up this pot to brew beer and personally found that it's much better than a thin-wall pot.
Joseph F. Schaffer
The construction feels solid and dependable, and it cleans up easily.
Aaron C. Ettlin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By J. Chess on November 21, 2002
I purchased the 16-quart version of this stock pot as a gift for my mother, who wanted a large, very heavy stock pot but didn't want to spend several hundred dollars. For the price, this is an excellent, heavy, stock pot. I own a 6 quart All-Clad stainless stock pot as well and have been very pleased with it.
Since another reviewer was so negative, I thought I would add my $.02 to the versions I did not purchase, since they are made in the same way as the 16 quart.
I will admit that the description is somewhat misleading -- according to the All-Clad representative I emailed and to my observations of the pot, it is not "clad" all the way up the side but has the aluminum core only on the bottom (the same goes for the 20 and 24 quart versions). This is not part of the durable, timeless All-Clad stainless line; this doesn't discount it as a quality product, though.
While this does have a "lip" where the clad bottom meets the stainless sides, it is on the outside of the pot, not the inside, so there is no danger of food getting caught or burning, as another reviewer warned. The inside is smooth from the bottom up.
Is this the exact same quality as the All-Clad stainless line? No, but at about 1/3 the price of the stainless 12 quart stock pot, it is a great alternative and I wouldn't hesitate to buy another. It is an *extremely* heavy stock pot, far superior to other stock pots in this price range.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Brian Murphy on March 25, 2004
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I purchased this pot recently to make a corned beef dinner for 12 people on St. Patrick's Day. Knowing I would need a pretty big pot, I checked the local restaurant supply and found some bad looking stainless steel and cast aluminum pots (and I should mention that I personally can't stand the 'grating' feel you get from scrubbing aluminum) in the $150 to $250 range. At $120, this pot seemed like a better value, so I took a chance and ordered it.
Let me tell you, I'm glad I did! I was concerned from the picture that the outside surface was aluminum but, but it is actually a very nice brushed stainless steel. I also own some of the thick and heavy (and expensive) All-Clad stainless line, and while the sides of this big pot are thinner (making it lighter to handle), it is every bit the quality product you would expect. I will be making many more big meals in it for years to come!
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Joseph F. Schaffer on May 2, 2004
I recently picked up this pot to brew beer and personally found that it's much better than a thin-wall pot. Heats very well and very evenly, and also did not scorch or show "hot spots" on the bottom (un-fermented beer has a high sugar content and has to be boiled for about an hour so scorch and burns are an issue). Also, the pot did not reflect heat down like a thin-wall pot and since it holds heat better it boiled well then "idled" at 180 deg. F to pasteurize very nicely.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Peterson VINE VOICE on February 25, 2006
I own several All-Clad pans. I own the regular stainless and the copper core. I also have a high end stove at home with powerful burners. So I can tell you with some knowledge that this pot has performed excellently. Yes the rim sometimes is not the easiest to clean, but for the money, this is an excellent value and it has not let me down. It's a bit deep but caramelizing onions is easy, and simmering soup all day in it does not burn or gunk up the bottom. The steaming basket is wonderful and the pasta strainer is something I use all the time. The lid even fits my other All Clad pans. It may not be the same quality as other All Clad products but I can tell you it performs the same.
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By Aaron C. Ettlin on May 14, 2012
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Huge stockpot, perfect for making large quantities of stock/soup/chili etc. It has a fat aluminum disc on the bottom that distributed heat evenly. True it is not "clad" like its more expensive counterparts in the Allclad line, but you don't need it for what this is designed to do. The construction feels solid and dependable, and it cleans up easily. I love it.
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