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Bayou Classic 1044 44-Quart Stainless-Steel Stockpot

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44 quarts
Silver
  • 44-quart stockpot holds large batches of crowd-pleasing soup or stew
  • 20-gauge stainless-steel construction resists rust and corrosion
  • riveted side handles for safe and easy transport
  • Steaming rim can be used with steaming basket (sold separately)
  • Measures 13-1/2 by 13-1/2 by 17-1/4 inches
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Product Details

Size: 44 quarts | Color: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 15.2 x 18 inches ; 11.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VXHKMC
  • Item model number: 1044
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (247 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,404 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Size: 44 quarts | Color: Silver

Complimenting a true outdoorsman's personality, this pot is durable, reliable, and versatile. Use to boil seafood, clams and vegetables. Cook soups, stews, gumbo, jambalaya, and low country boil. Perfect pot to boil peanuts and homebrew beer.


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Customer Reviews

This pot has been great for home brewing.
skiatd1
Is thick Stainless Steel, good weld on the handles.
SHACKLEDRAGE
The stainless is easy to clean and very durable.
Pete

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

101 of 102 people found the following review helpful By CH on October 21, 2008
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 36 Quart Verified Purchase
I use this pot to boil wort for beer making. It was about the most inexpensive stainless steel pot I could find of it's size. I wanted to be able to do full boils and this can boil 8 gallons without boiling over.

The steel is a bit thin, but I expected this for a pot under $100. Although the walls are thin, I have not no issues with strength or build quality. I feel completely comfortable picking the pot up with 6 gallons of boiling liquid in it. Although heavy, the handles are up to the task and remain cool.

Although there are higher quality pots out there, I don't think you can find another pot at this price at this quality level. I would recommend this pot to anyone looking for a large stock pot and a good price.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By R. Hotaling on September 24, 2009
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 44 quarts
I was worried about the thickness of this pot but I am not worried anymore. It is quite thick and I can pour 7 gallons of homebrew from the pot to the fermenter without any bending. The lid is nice and sturdy and I would definitely buy this again. I bought it for $75 with free shipping from Amazon. You can't beat that deal. The rivet holes for the handles leaked the first time I brewed in it but haven't leaked since then. I have used it for 5 brews and 2 corn roasts. Great pot!
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Daniel on November 10, 2009
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 36 Quart Verified Purchase
I used this on the Bayou Classic propane burner and it was a killer combo. I'm so glad I switched to this instead of the old 24-quart on my electric stove. Doesn't even compare. Best part is if you measure properly, you don't need to top off your wort in the fermenter, because this can hold enough initially. Definitely recommend.
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By S. M. LECUYER on June 6, 2010
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 36 Quart Verified Purchase
I bought this pot to boil all-grain full boil worts in beer making. I does this job quite well. This pot holds a full 9 gallons and will boil a 7 or 8 gallon wort easily. All stainless steel with two lifting handles that can handle the weight of the full batch and a vented cover make it ideal for brewing 5 gallon batches either all-grain or from extract. And this pot can go from brewing beer to steaming lobster to large batches of soup. Would recommend this pot for all home brewing needs, especially the all-grain brewer who needs to boil the full batch.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Richard Bessert on December 16, 2008
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 44 quarts Verified Purchase
A good, all around stockpot and water bath canner for those tall bottles and gallon jars that just will not fit in anything else. I suppose it would work great for a turkey fryer, but we purchased it for making stocks, broths, and canning.

The heavy stainless has not scorched anything yet, as cheaper 'bargain' stockpots tend to do. The lid is impressive and heavy as well.

Would have been a five star purchase, but the rivets holding the handles on leaked on both sides, limiting filling to about two inches below them. This makes the top five inches or so of the stockpot unusable.

An all around good pot, but make sure you check the rivets by filling with water before you put something important inside, ESPECIALLY oil for frying.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey A. Alfeld on March 11, 2011
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 36 Quart Verified Purchase
I have had two of these pots. Both have leaked form the same area, about 1 inch up from the bottom. Neither had even been used, simply filled with water and noticed that there was a trickle of water coming from the base of the pot. Returned both to Amazon with no issues.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By bigwookie on April 3, 2011
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 36 Quart Verified Purchase
If I had done more research I definitely would not have bought this large kettle. My main issue is it does not have a core plated bottom. Many pots or kettles have an aluminum core or slab sandwiched between a steel lining. The Bayou Classic doesn't. I wish the description had indicated this.

After reading some of the reviews about leaking about an inch from the bottom, I have this observation: I noticed a "ring" about the same location, roughly 1 inch up from the bottom.

I wanted to cook off the pot before use. So i added a gallon or two of water and boiled it. Afterward i noticed the ring. I have to think the material is cheap and rust prone. I washed it, and after drying the ring returned. To me this looks like rust. I would definitely avoid eating anything that had been cooked in rust. This showed up BEFORE the first use!

I wonder if the buyers of this kettle can get our money back. Obviously this kettle/stockpot is defective. Things don't just fail or break after the first few uses. This product sucks. Read the reviews, others that gave good reviews must have the "good" model, mine sucks. Buyer beware!

I would definitely NOT recommend this stockpot/kettle. And would like to know about getting a refund.

**update**

I contacted Amazon and returned the stockpot. Thank you Amazon for understanding when a product is just not acceptable. This product definitely is not acceptable.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Thomas C. on July 15, 2013
Color Name: SilverSize Name: 36 Quart Verified Purchase
I purchased this pot since a friend of mine had one and has been using it for a while. I purchased this on May 30th and unfortunately wasn't able to use it until now (July 15th). I saw the reviews so I filled my pot a few days ago and let it sit for an hour and saw no leaks. Great I thought. Today I was going to brew my first 5 gallon batch of beer. I pulled out my burner, added 5 gallons of water to the pot and fired it up. It's a hot day out so I thought it was just condensation forming about 1.5" from the bottom because of the cool (70ish) water. After a closer look I noticed that near the bottom of the pot it was actually dripping. Then I saw another drip from a different spot. Then another spot started to drip. I turned everything off and discovered pitting all around the outside of the bottom of the pot almost like a ring about 1.5" from the bottom. It was like a strainer.

So in the end, I cannot return this since I missed the return window. I will try to smear some jb weld on it to see what happens. Hopefully that will fix the leaking. If anyone has any other ideas on how to fix this, let me know. If not, I guess I am just out of $80. Live and learn?

If you purchase this pot, fill it to the top and put it on your burner. Like I said above, it was fine until I added heat to it.

EDIT 07-15-2013 3:57pm: Just called the customer service department. They asked that I email them a few pictures of the pitting. I received an email back within an hour stating that they were sending me a new pot via UPS and it would be in the mail today. AWESOME customer service. Had to change it to 3 stars just because of that.
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