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Does anybody else seriously want the EDALMETALL burner?

Sneaky host put that picture on their front page, and I don’t think I’ve had this kind of equipment lust in a long time. Here’s the burner:

http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/edel ... TALL_Slide

I seriously wish I had more money than brains, and that my cheap turkey fryer would mysteriously die, so I could justify buying one.

That’s HOT! (pun not intended…or was it?)

My new Blichmann burner is sitting on my doorstep at home as i type this so buying this would be beyond foolish for me :slight_smile:

Yes!
But alas in my current living situation, an outdoor burner is no good to me. I hope it’s around for a bit.

She’s a beauty but my 25 gallon Megapot would kill squash it. I brew with natural gas but I would like to be able to pack up and brew a couple times a year at a remote location.

Greg,
I’m looking for a good natural gas burner. Any suggestions? Everything I come across is for propane, or you have to jerry rig it in some form to use natural.

Thanks,
Ron

[quote=“Frenchie”]Greg,
I’m looking for a good natural gas burner. Any suggestions? Everything I come across is for propane, or you have to jerry rig it in some form to use natural.

Thanks,
Ron[/quote]Ron,
These are good and cheap. http://www.topfoodservice.com/Merchant2 … ode=KECABJ

[quote=“MullerBrau”][quote=“Frenchie”]Greg,
I’m looking for a good natural gas burner. Any suggestions? Everything I come across is for propane, or you have to jerry rig it in some form to use natural.

Thanks,
Ron[/quote]Ron,
These are good and cheap. http://www.topfoodservice.com/Merchant2 … ode=KECABJ[/quote]

Those look very nice… Do you know if you can you retro-fit one of them into a Banjo Burner stand or into a natural gas stovetop? Otherwise, what do you do with these (when you don’t have a brew stand or welding skills)?

Thanks,
Jeff

[quote=“larsenj”][quote=“MullerBrau”][quote=“Frenchie”]Greg,
I’m looking for a good natural gas burner. Any suggestions? Everything I come across is for propane, or you have to jerry rig it in some form to use natural.

Thanks,
Ron[/quote]Ron,
These are good and cheap. http://www.topfoodservice.com/Merchant2 … ode=KECABJ[/quote]

Those look very nice… Do you know if you can you retro-fit one of them into a Banjo Burner stand or into a natural gas stovetop? Otherwise, what do you do with these (when you don’t have a brew stand or welding skills)?

Thanks,
Jeff[/quote]I don’t know. I think they were real easy to plumb up to black pipe and a valve. It depends upon your abilities if you can hook them up to a banjo or a stove. I think I could.

[quote=“MullerBrau”][quote=“Frenchie”]Greg,
I’m looking for a good natural gas burner. Any suggestions? Everything I come across is for propane, or you have to jerry rig it in some form to use natural.

Thanks,
Ron[/quote]Ron,
These are good and cheap. http://www.topfoodservice.com/Merchant2 … ode=KECABJ[/quote]

Thanks Greg. Perfect.

The Edalmetall is a nice looking burner/stand, the copper is sexy. The price isn’t bad either. I’m just surprised they can get away with being so like the Blichmann.

Not having the option of adding higher legs would seem to be an issue. Point Blichmann.

Very pretty looking burner. There’s just something alluring about copper

but personally I’d prefer my not-so-pretty bayou. That way i don’t have to worry about getting it messy from boil overs and/or chemicals. not to mention the supports are very sturdy

http://www.northernbrewer.com/shop/bayo ... stand.html

edit addition:
My only complaint is the distance between the burner and the bottom of the kettle. Leaves room for a lot of wind to disrupt the flame from being centered. I’m planning on making a wind-guard

Copper is cool for cooking pots, but it seems gratuitous on that, not helping with heat dissipation, and being something you have to clean or turn green.
Am I just being a Debbie Downer?

[quote=“JMcK”]Copper is cool for cooking pots, but it seems gratuitous on that, not helping with heat dissipation, and being something you have to clean or turn green.
Am I just being a Debbie Downer?[/quote]

Pretty and high maintenance just does it for some guys… others are probably too smart to fall for that.

The blichmann burner has a natural gas conversion. Works well, I run two of them off natural gas.

[quote=“JMcK”]Copper is cool for cooking pots, but it seems gratuitous on that, not helping with heat dissipation, and being something you have to clean or turn green.
Am I just being a Debbie Downer?[/quote]

Awe man! I was planning to have mine gold plated…just for looks of course :smiley:

NB must have got that feedback right away, saw this on the NB Facebook feed today. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CaaSb0Z5PM8

[quote=“uberculture”][quote=“JMcK”]Copper is cool for cooking pots, but it seems gratuitous on that, not helping with heat dissipation, and being something you have to clean or turn green.
Am I just being a Debbie Downer?[/quote]

Pretty and high maintenance just does it for some guys… others are probably too smart to fall for that.[/quote]
So you’re saying it’s more of a trophy burner.

NB must have got that feedback right away, saw this on the NB Facebook feed today. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CaaSb0Z5PM8[/quote]Hmmm, pretty impressive. I should have known being a German and all.

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