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Old 09-29-2008, 05:11 AM   #1
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Are there any propane burners that someone would recommend for a keggle? I'd prefer something I don't have to modify, as I've never done any metal work. Fuel efficiency would be a plus.

My keggle's diameter is ~15.5 inches.

Would one solution be to just pick up something like BBQ Cooking Grate? My worry is that it wouldn't be able to hold a keggle full of wort on a burner.

(sidenote: my fittings for my keggle are coming in tuesday, hopefully next weekend I can get my first AG brew session in)

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I have this one. Great burner and nothing but good things from other brewers on this forum.

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+1 to that - the SQ14 rocks!
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+1 to that - the SQ14 rocks!
I agree. I have it in the double version with legs.

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Old 09-29-2008, 05:54 AM   #5
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Is 16" big enough to be stable? I'm just worried of boiling liquids tipping over.

How many brew sessions can you do on one tank of propane?

Thanks, for the suggestion. I may go with the SQ14.

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This is a great deal if you want to build your own stand.
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i picked up a turkey fryer at walmart with a 7.5 gal pot for 40 bucks...cant beat that. It fits my keggle just fine. In hindsight i wish i would have gone with something like the one above but it works great and boils a hell of a lot quicker than the stove does. So far im thorugh about half of my propane tank and ive brewed about 4 batches so i dont know about efficiency

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