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Old 01-12-2013, 10:18 PM   #1
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So I picked up this burner for $10 at an estate and it claim with this clam steamer. So, I was thinking about using it as mash tun. Has anyone ever used these? Do they work well?


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Old 01-13-2013, 05:00 AM   #2
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It looks like the steamer is made of two pots. The bottom holds water and the upper kettle hold the clams. I see the upper kettle has a perforated bottom -- makes sense because it is a steamer..
However I am not sure how this would hold water if it were used as a mash tun.

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It looks like the steamer is made of two pots. The bottom holds water and the upper kettle hold the clams. I see the upper kettle has a perforated bottom -- makes sense because it is a steamer..
However I am not sure how this would hold water if it were used as a mash tun.

This are my thoughts.

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Yeah I think you're right when I was washing it out I tried and it just spilled out where the two meet. I'm sure I can find a use for it though.
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That thing is super cool! Good buy for a 10 spot!

as far as a mash tun, that may be another story...

I say get yourself some seafood and put it to it's intended purpose!
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That thing is super cool! Good buy for a 10 spot!

as far as a mash tun, that may be another story...

I say get yourself some seafood and put it to it's intended purpose!
Yeah that's what I think I'm gonna do once the crabs come around here
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There was a good sized fridge there to I wanted to buy but no car to bring it home in. I was actually thinking about putting it on a handtruck and walking the 2 miles home. For $25


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