Will I scorch my wort without a Triclad Bottom?

For those concerned about the lack of triclad bottom, we designed the new BME kettle so that the outer skirt/firebox would uniformly spread and channel heat through the vents. The skirt is designed to hold heat in and around the sides of the dished bottom, so the need for a traditional aluminum core triclad bottom is completely mitigated.

Furthermore, while Triclad bottoms can help improve boil times on flat bottom kettles by more evenly distributing heat, they have largely been debunked from avoiding scorching. Wort is a high mobility liquid since it naturally contains mostly water, so the risks of scorching are inherently very low unless the heat source is oversized in comparison to the wort volume.

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