Originally Posted by Skaggz
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Thanks, I did a search and didn't come up with any of these.
So it looks like anything over ~30,000 btu's would be good for many different size batches. Also ventilation is very important when using thse burners. Never use them indoors!!!!
Here are some of the options that were in the links below (for those who find this thread in a search)
These three were highly rated:
http://www.amazon.com/Bayou-Classic-...3465343&sr=8-1 - may need modifications for a keggle. (185,000 btu's)
- people say it is very sturdy and love this for brewing. (55,000 btu's)
http://www.amazon.com/Bayou-Classic-...3465611&sr=8-8 - a little more expensive, but has good reviews. (210,000 btu's)
The jet cooker below could possibly scorch the malts etc. due to the concentrated heat, but some use it with success.
After reading more on these, I think I will be going with the sq14.