20 Gal Batch w/Brutus 10?

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BargainFittings

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Your burner size and the size pot it will hold is the limitation.

I would imagine if you use the banjo style burner and a tall skinny 100 quart pots you should be good to go.
 

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Are you actually trying to do 20 gallon batches now, or are you just trying to think ahead before brewing a rig? I'm building my rig to be able to handle anywhere from 15 gallon pots all the way to 30 gallon...
 

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+1 on the burners...

I just swapped out my little crappy burners for two of these bad-Larrys... they're freakin' fantastic. I've only done a 10 gallon batch since these burners have been put in but I would have NO reservations at all on doing a 20 gallon batch, which my rig is set up for.

Plus they're really cheap!

one note... I went natural gas (plumbed a line out to my garage from my house).

32 Tip Round Nozzle Jet Burner - CHINESE WOK RANGES - RANGES - EQUIPMENT
 
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