check city ordinances. some city's "outlaw" 20lb propane cylinders, which is what all these fryers hook up to (those little green throw-away cylinders go FAST on 60 minute boils).I guess I will get one on line...There seems to be a problem selling these in my town...All I'm seeing is infared models...
I have a friend who does AG so i'm not worried about the step up...I have done 17 extract batches...
I will use dual pots if I don't get the turkey fryer of wart chiller before then...Thanks for the replys..
Dang - I could do that. I've been looking for cheap SS containers. I have three 5 gallon pots that I paid a total of about $24 for all.ASAP?, stovetop two pot boil?
check city ordinances. some city's "outlaw" 20lb propane cylinders, which is what all these fryers hook up to (those little green throw-away cylinders go FAST on 60 minute boils).
If the city doesn't like these 'fire hazzards' that might be why its hard to find em.
I know my local ACE hardware, Lowe's, Menards and Home Depot usually have at least 1 fryer/pot combo on the shelves year round.
amazon.com has good deals too.
It is not true. Read https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f11/faq-aluminum-pots-boil-kettles-49449/... then decided than Aluminum is not the way I want to go. There is always talk about a link between Aluminum and Alzheimer. If it is true or not I don't know:...
Same thing happened to me at Target. Priced for 30 bucks, and it actually turned out to be 14.89 plus tax...too bad they only had one, or I would have cleaned them outjust bought a 30 qt kit for $15.98 at sports authority. They had the wrong price on it and had to sell it to me. In hindsight, I should've bought them all
That sounds like mashing, not boiling. Are you sure those are for AFTER the hops, and not before?Can you adjust the heat on those turkey friers?
I have a few recipes that require lower temperatures when the hops are added, the temperature should start at 50 C then about 60C then up to but not over 74 C.
Very interesting! This I did not know. That explains why I can't find a kit that has anything bigger than 30 qts. I suppose it will just take a little more saving up to get a larger (and maybe SS) pot. Thanks for the useful vendor info!30 quart is the biggest pot that comes with a burner. If you want to go larger then it would take buying a pot and burner separately.