Enjoy a cup of hot chocolate as the sunrises on the campsite or serve hot apple cider at the next thanksgiving celebration. This 20 quart Hot Pot will serve up to 80 servings of these delicious hot drinks making it perfect for any activity. The spigot style valve is quick and easy to use which also makes it great for washing dishes, food prep and hygiene needs in the outdoors.
- Large holding capacity is enough room to heat a beverage for everyone
- Aluminum build is easy to clean and protects against corrosion
- Spigot valve dispenses liquids effortlessly without making a mess
- Built on handles for convenient carrying
- Lid with handle
- Capacity: 5 Gallons (20 qts.)
- Product Dimensions: 11.5" Diameter x 10.5" Depth
- Materials: Aluminum
Aluminum Hot Water Pot is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Awesome! I bought this to hot chocolate while camping and it has been awesome. Recently used at a church camp out and served over 100 people hot chocolate, I only had to refill it once. Love this thing!
Date published: 2016-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by AECarlson from Perfect Accessorie for my Camp Chef Stove This is a very nice large pot for heating water on my Yukon stove. It seems to be very well made and should last a lifetime. I am especially impressed by the quality of the spigot, and the heavy duty rivets on the handles. The pot itself is made of aluminum, which keeps the overall weight of the item down without compromising durability.
Date published: 2018-04-05
Is the spigot solid flow or does it have a screen in it ?
Hello Mousey, Thank you for your question, The spigot is free flow. Have a great day! Sincerely, Camp Chef
Date published: 2018-03-20
I have an aluminum hot after pot and was wondering if new spigots are available?
Thank you for your question. We do have replacement spigots and they are $9.99. You would just need to call us at 800-650-2433 to order that.
Date published: 2018-02-15
Need a replacement valve?
Do you--or anyone else make a smaller version of this hot pot? I love that you can heat it directly on the stove, but don't need 100 servings...more like 10-20. Thank you!
How well would this pan with stand working over a camp fire ring?
Can anyone tell me how heavy gauge it is? We have a (very) small business making BBQ sauce and this is EXACTLY the kind of pan we've been looking for. I just need to know if it's heavy enough that we can make it without it burning badly on the bottom.
RELATED BLOG POSTS