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Old 09-04-2011, 03:44 AM   #1
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Default Stand with electric burner for outdoor brewing?

Wondering if anyone uses an electric element for outdoor brewing? Out growing my kitchen and I would prefer to stay with electric heat. Any equipment suggestions? Thanks for any help.

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How would you get the wattage to where you want to brew? Standard outlets are 20A, for that matter the entire circuit is 20A. So doubling up on the duplex outlet is just going to trip the breaker.
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Almost all electric rigs use an electric element immersed in the wort as it is much more efficient.
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