Originally Posted by HomeBrewFoSho
Just to let everyone know, the keggle worked great for turkey frying. It's a lot safer than the smaller pots that come with the kits. Plus it helps to have a large brewing cart with Natural Gas burners. I was a little worried at first because when the oil started to get to around 250' some small bubbles started to come out of the weldless fitting but it must have just been some air trapped in there. It was nice to drain the oil out of the keggle back into the containers for storage with the valve on the bottom too. I did take off the copper elbow that will be in my boil keggle , I wasn't sure what affect it would have and I don't want to safe the last bit of dirty oil anyways. I'm going to cut another keg and make another keggle and save this one just for turkey's and other fried stuff.
Quick question for you, as I'd like to follow in your foot-steps and use my keggle. What did you use for taking the turkey in and out of the oil? Also, how big of a turkey did you fry? Thanks!