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Blichmann Hellfire Floor Standing Burner
Blichmann Floor Standing Burner

*Not available in-store. Ships directly from manufacturer 3-5 days after order is placed. You can ship to LA Homebrew for in-store help.
Our Price: $175.00

Product Code: P101000

This top-of-the-line burner has a heavy-gauge , stainless steel frame that never rusts. It will fit any manufacturer's kettle up to 21" in diameter and 30 gallons. This burner is also upgrade-ready; it will bolt right into the Blichmann Top-Tier Brew Stand if you decide to upgrade.
Our research and development team wasn't satisfied with any burner, so it developed and tuned its own. While many manufacturers claim an impressive BTU capability, all they're talking about is the input energy, not the actual energy entering the pot. Isn't the whole point to heat wort, not the atmosphere?
  • High-efficiency
  • Fast heating
  • Non-rusting, fume-free stainless frame
  • Excellent outdoor flame stability
  • Quiet operation
  • Great low-setting performance without yellow flame (blackens bottom of pot)

A 72,000 BTU / hour burner that blends heating power and efficiency, no louder than a whisper! In addition, low-flame combustion is clean, wind performance is outstanding, and the heavy stainless construction is built to last a lifetime! For operation on natural gas, expect 15% less power and 15% longer heating times due to the lower BTU content of natural gas versus propane.
We also documented that the published BTU of competitive burners varied wildly from actual measured results. Measuring the performance is straightforward: Simply run the burner for an hour at full power and measure the weight of the propane used in pounds. Then, multiply the weight in pounds by 21,000 to get the burner rating in BTU / hour. For example. the Bayou Classic has a published rating of 180 KBTU / hour but only measured at 68 KBTU / hour.
Blichmann TopTier Burner Instructional Video

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