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Bayou Classic Single Burner Patio Stove
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- 13 in. Tall Heavy Duty Steel Frame
- Large 16 in. x 16 in. Cooking Surface
- Accommodates any size Stockpot
- UL Listed 29 in. Hose, Regulator, Valve Assembly
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Top Customer Reviews
I originally tried boiling 7 gallons of water to test and it took me 45 minutes, which was too long. I called the 800 number and customer service was great, they told me to stop being a chicken and feel free to turn the hose control all the way on, as I had only went about half ways because the flame was already pretty intense and pretty loud. So I tried again, went full blast, and got to boil with a new batch of 7 gallons of water in about 12 minutes. Perfect!
The 15.5 gallon keg sits perfect on the burner. It sits nice and sturdy. The paint on the burner does burn off the first time you use it, and the scent is pretty noticeable, but oh well, as long as it gets the job done. Just brewed my first all-grain beer on it, and I'm looking forward to the next brew day!
The instructions hardly seemed to apply. 95% of the assembly indicated had already been done. If you barely have a clue, then yes, the last 4 items (2 screws, air intake adjuster, gas pipe) might take a minute to figure out, but if that's the case you shouldn't be in charge of this monster anyway.
Putting it on full blast is, well, a blast. Like a small jet engine. Adjusting the air intake to get the perfect blue flame is fun.
Don't know how easy this would be to put on a simmer in a breeze, the flame can be invisible in bright sunlight and could easily blow out on low power.
But I just want it to blast heat energy into water. 3 gallons from 60 degrees to a roiling boil in 10 mins. Nice.
Be careful, as you would naturally expect to be with something that smacks out up to 150,000 BTU.
Keep away from small ponies, children and cuddly toys.
I might dock it one star for a slightly wobbly burner (not a load bearing piece though) and poor manual (hardly needed). But I'm not going to because it does exactly what I want at a great price.
Update, 8/31/08: I bought this for $40. It seems to be much more than this today.
After using the product for a while, I think a windshield feature would be useful: the flame will blow out in a breeze.
I would probably pick Bayou Classic SP10 High-Pressure Outdoor Gas Cooker, Propane instead.
More even heat distribution over bottom of pots
Even on highest setting no flames come up the side of the pot (unlike the SP10)
Stainless steel hose! I've set rubber hoses on fire so I need this!
Low height. But I purchased these to use on a custom brew stand so I was aware of the height and don't really think it's too bad.
Brackets that the pots sit on aren't exactly flat. On one of the burners one of them is slightly lower than the rest so the pot wants to tip slightly.
The details on this page show it uses a 10 PSI regulator but it ships with a 5 PSI. I don't think this is a problem because it was at least as fast at heating water and wort as the SP10.
The manual warns that there may be some paint that burns off. This is an understatement. The paint literally caught fire and smoldered when I first used them. Smelled awful but went away once the paint burned off.
I purchased this burner for my brew kettle (converted keg). This burner heats
quickly, keeps a good boil and the keg fits on the stand perfectly. The burner is a pit "picky" regarding the air/fuel mixture - I had to find a sweet spot on the regulator and the air inlet on the burner. Once I got it the air intake adjusted in everything was fine.
I would have given the burner 5 stars but I have a few nitpicks. I'd like to see a longer hose to my propane tank. I really wish that the instructions were more informative; there was no literature instructing the end user on how to adjust the flame for maximum efficiency.
Not cool Bayou Classic. Not cool at all. If you want a 5 PSI regulator then by all means, purchase this. If you're expecting this product to arrive as advertised, then don't.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works perfect when I don't want to start the charcoal, I just use a big cast iron pan on this thing!Published 3 days ago by Shutitdotnet
I've used this burner for almost two years now and it has been a work horse. If you're a home brewer, this is the burner for you!Published 7 days ago by MatrixSnareUC
This burner works great for homebrewing. It brings the water up to temp pretty efficiently, and it's pretty easy to regulate the temperature. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Bryce B.
Excellent burner. Have been brewing beer with this stove. Brings water to a boil super fast.Published 8 days ago by Donald Eller