About a year ago I bought a Blichmann floor standing burner with leg extensions and the NG conversion kit. I did a couple of propane -vs- NG experiments in my garage and was satisfied with the results. I should mention I also use a 1/2 BBL as a boiler and do all grain brewing in 5-gal batches.
I haven’t done too many brews with the new burner but I like brewing outside in the backyard so I can easily do other things and still watch the burner (unlike in the garage where I am somewhat isolated). Past two brews the wind picked up quite a bit right when I was ready to boil the wort. Even after trying to shield the pot/burner from the wind it still seems to affect the flame. I can get a rolling boil but takes forever to get there.
Any tricks of the trade to help out or should I just brew in the garage?