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Bayou Classic SP10 High-Pressure Outdoor Gas Cooker, Propane
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- High-pressure outdoor propane cooker
- 1-piece welded steel frame, 14-inch diameter cooking surface, wide-set legs for stability.
- Includes 48-inch stainless braided hose, 10psi high-pressure regulator and brass control valve.
- Full 360-degree windscreen protection for use in windy conditions. Commercial or Residential Certifications - Yes
- 13-inch height provides low center of gravity for use with large stockpots up to 100-qt capacity; measures 18 inches in diameter by 13 inches high
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Bayou Classic SP10 High Pressure Cooker
The Bayou Classic High Pressure Cooker is one of the best all around outdoor cookers. It is powerful enough to boil some of our large stockpots yet gentle enough to slow cook stews or chili.
The SP10 stands about 13" high with a 14" cooking surface, and includes a 10 PSI preset regulator with control valve, a 48" stainless braided hose, and 360°windscreen protection.
Bayou Classic Outdoor Gas Cookers are the traditional and reliable choice for outdoor cooking. They are portable and can be used for camping, RVs, tailgating, and backyard parties. With a one-piece welded steel frame, these are the strongest cookers commercially made. Bayou Classic Cookers are designed for strength, function and safety, while remaining the most efficient outdoor cookers sold.
•14" diameter cooking surface
•13" tall welded steel frame
•4" cast iron burner
•10-PSI adjustable regulator
•48" high pressure stainless LPG hose
•360°egree windscreen protection
•Wide leg design for stability
•Designed to hold up to a 100-qt stockpot
Made in the USA
Dimensions: 18″ x 18″ x 13″. Weight: 13.8lbs.
From tailgating to the backyard chef, cook-off chili to the day’s crab catch, or a seasonal home brew; the Bayou Classic SP10 High Pressure Outdoor Propane Cooker is reliable, easy-to-use and portable. The cooker features a solid, one-piece welded steel frame with three widespread legs, a broad 14-inch diameter cooking surface, and full windscreen protection for cooking on windy days. It also features a 48-inch stainless braided hose, a 10-psi regulator for high BTU output, and a brass valve for complete control of flame intensity. Measuring just 18-inch profile by 13-inch height, this portable compact cooker is the perfect choice for any outdoor excursion.
Editor's Note: Previous models of the SP10 used screws to secure the air control shutter. Newer models do not include screws but instead use a spring. Please see the included insert in the box or the PDF file above.
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I bought this specifically to brew 5 gallon batches (3-gallon boil) of homebrew beer. This typically requires you to heat water to about 150° or so (never going over 170°), steeping in whatever specialty grains you need for 20 to 30-minutes, and then bringing the wort up to a boil and boiling it for an hour. it usually takes quite a while to bring 3-gallons up to a boil. With a little experimentation I found that once the water reached the 150° I wanted, I could adjust the flame to its lowest setting and it held it rock steady for the 30-minute steeping time.
After the steeping period was over I turned it almost all the way up to bring it to a boil and added about 1/2 of my malt extract (not set up to do grain mashing, so use the extract which eliminates that step). The burner sounded like a jet engine and brought my 3 gallon mix to boil very quickly. I pulled the kettle off the fire and stirred the rest of the malt extract in. I then put it back on the fire, brought it back to boil and added the hops. I was able to easily adjust the heat to keep it at a rolling boil without foaming and boiling over. I kept that nice steady boil going for the next hour, adding more hopps 3-minutes before the end of the boil.
This Bayou Classic SP-10 made the steeping and the boil part of brewing easy to do. I tried to use the electric stove in the kitchen on the first batch I had done. That was not good. Turned out OK but was tough to complete. Then the next batch I used a burner on an outdoor grill. Was still hard to control steeping temperature and just barely produced enough heat to get to a boil. This Bayou Classic makes those steps easy. I'll never have to worry about that part again. I've had the brew in the fermentor for almost two weeks now and will bottle it tomorrow. Two weeks later, it should be ready to drink. Really glad I bought this burner and YES it definitely is a high-pressure burner.
If somebody who wasn't familiar with how these things worked were to run into this, they wouldn't recognize what the inside of the burner is *supposed* to look like. The silver paint camouflaged the sand and made it look like a casting defect.
I would still recommend this burner, but Bayou Classic should inspect the burners a little closer. I would also recommend they fire them up for a couple of seconds before final assembly.