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Old 12-24-2012, 12:56 AM   #1
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Default Burner , good price , 210K BTU here it is

http://www.webstaurantstore.com/back...554BPHP17.html

I just bought one of these . Can not beat that price . It is the re-branded bayou classic banjo KAB4 I think but came about 25 bucks cheaper . $67.99 and I think 18.95 for shipping . Here in Wichita there is no place to buy a decent anything . Any good stuff must be ordered . So if you can find this in a store 68 bucks is a good buy for sure .

Just a word of advice . Menards sells a cheap 41K burner for about 35 bucks . It burns badly with a yellow flame i.e. not hot , should be good and blue . Leaves black soot all over the bottom of the pot and takes at least an hour and 15 minutes to bring 8 gallons of hot wort to boil and then will not boil it strong .
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How wellhas this burner and stand been doing for you since you bought it? I am looking to move up in size for my outdoor system.

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This burner is great . Boils quickly after you figure out how to adjust the oxygen for the flame . Just crank it up and then turn the air adjuster until the flame is nice and blue . This thing is super heavy duty not like the banjo burners or others . The legs on this are 1/2 inch in diameter , twice that of others . It is very heavy but worth the extra work to move it around . I really like it . Do not think there is a pot that this could not hold up.

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they quoted me a shipping charge of $28 for a $70 item. Seems high on the shipping so I wanted your opinon on the setup first.

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they quoted me a shipping charge of $28 for a $70 item. Seems high on the shipping so I wanted your opinon on the setup first.
something wrong there . I paid 18.95 which I thought was very good for a 35 pound burner .
What did you order ? Was it big ? Maybe the box size matters .

EDIT : I jsut re ordered the burner at 67.99 and got ground shipping for 19.72
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something wrong there . I paid 18.95 which I thought was very good for a 35 pound burner .
What did you order ? Was it big ? Maybe the box size matters .

EDIT : I jsut re ordered the burner at 67.99 and got ground shipping for 19.72
I got a shipping quote of $28 for this burner and stand at the price of $68. Not sure why the shipping is more to Iowa than it is to Kansas.
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another note on that burner is that the legs are very solid as they are bent in a way to hold weight and not just welded to the ring on the burner but bent all the way back up like a paper clip and welded to the top part of the leg . No way this will cave in .

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So do you use this for 5 or 10 gallon size brews? I would want to use this with my 15 gallon keggle.

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I just put in your zip code and it gave me 23.54 . Still more than here .
If you know anyone with a business you can send it to it gives 18.60 . They ship to business cheaper . Perhaps you can send it to your place of work if you have a nice employer.

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I teach at a public school so I doubt that shipping to my work would make my boss very happy unless I could prove that it is something our science lab needs.

If using this burner, how many brew sessions do you roughly get out of a 20 lb propane tank? I know it will depend on the size of the brew session being 5 or 10 gallons.

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