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- Blichmann’s TopTier™ burner lit the brewing world on fire in 2009 with the first burner made specifically for the needs of the homebrewer. No wonder it became the best selling and most respected homebrew burner in the market. Never resting, our team of beer Engineers and avid homebrewers just reinvented what a burner should be. Efficient, fast, and versatile. That new burner is appropriately named HellFire™!
This dual mode capability burner is unlike anything else on the market and is sure to satisfy all your heating needs. No wonder it is patent pending! This custom made burner is tuned to operate in high efficiency mode, and also in a second high power mode. In the high power mode, you'll be amazed with 140,000BTU/hr output for blazing fast heating - double the power of our previous burner. Waiting for a boil is now a thing of the past. In the high efficiency mode, you'll get 80,000 BTU/hr and superb heat transfer to the wort and whisper quiet operation. Plenty of power to keep a rolling boil on a 20 gal batch of beer. Even our efficiency mode has significantly more power than the competition! To top off all that power we include a patent pending heat shield to keep that massive power off your valve and thermometer and direct it to your wort.
The HellFire™ stand burner bolts right up to our TopTier™ Modular Brewing Stand.
Blichmann Floor Standing Burners may ship directly from the manufacturer. Please allow 10-14 Days for delivery.
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- 4.4 / 5.07 ReviewsBig disappointment!I read such great reviews about this burner. I was so disappointed when I set it up only to find there was a casting problem that was welded (sloppy). At this price point I expected so much more. I contacted Blichmann with no response. So much for customer service and support. I don't feel comfortable keeping this since with hot and cold cycling I don't see the weld holding up.Added Jan 13, 2018January 13, 2018Response from Northern BrewerWe have reached out to Blichmann Engineering for some guidance and will have customer service contact you with some resolution plans. - UPDAATE- We are thrilled to hear that you were sent a new burner, directly from Blichmann Engineering. If there is anything that we can help with, please let us know.January 20, 2018Todd JStaffAppears to be of top quality. Very minor items to be put together. I would definitely recommend it to others
Ed meyerDecember 30, 2017This is the burner you need.Awesome, excellent and very sturdy. This is the ultimate for the 5-10, even 15 gallon brewer. Don't hesitate. The price is valid.June 24, 2017Purchased
9 months agoLove it
Using natural gas. Great quality and nice featuresMay 12, 2017Purchased
10 months agoLook no furtherThis burner is incredible. Coming from a turkey fryer burner to this is like going from a Chevette to the Millenium Falcon. Incredible flame control and very efficient. This thing has a huge burner for even heating of your kettle. Buy one, you won't regret it.April 24, 2017Purchased
1 year agoGreat burnerThis burner is a monster. I use with a keggle. Mashout to boil in under 15 minutes. It's too much heat to run on high. Very quiet and controllable. Great upgrade over my old bargain turkey fryer. Get one.April 5, 2017Purchased
11 months agoPerfectExactly as described. We purchased the leg extensions to make it easier for us to use. I would recommend this item to anyone who is interested in better control with the burner and especially if you have the Blichmann brew kettle. It keeps the bottom of the kettle much cleaner than other burners.January 29, 2017Purchased
1 year ago
- Browse 11 questions Browse 11 questions and 25 answersWhat are the dimensions, specifically how high are the legs of the burner? How high will the kettle sit off the ground?BEST ANSWER: Haven't actually ordered yet, but just called customer service and they said the legs are the 24" ones also sold here (Blichmann Burner Leg Extensions - 24").Will this support/fit a keggle?BEST ANSWER: Yep - the kettle guides are expandable and should easily allow you to use a keggleAre dimensions for the unit available? I would like to know the overall height and width. We are fabricating a unit to house two burners. We would like to know this before we purchase the units. Thank youBEST ANSWER: The burner / wind guard is 11.5 in. The kettle base is 15.5 in at the smallest setting, and can extend another 2-3 in. I have a 10 gal Megapot 2.0 and it fits easily within the lowest setting.Can this burn natural gas?BEST ANSWER: Hi there,
It doesn't come set up to burn natural gas, but you can purchase a conversion kit that will allow it to burn natural gas. Cheers!Can you use this by setting it directly on the ground and no legs? I want to make sure it's sturdy enough to set directly on concrete floor.BEST ANSWER: I would think you should leave the short legs on the burner that came with it. They are only 9.5" high and elevate the burner assembly about an inch above the ground just like the picture shows. The top of the legs make a base for the kettle to sit on. And yes, the unit is very sturdy that way.jWill your MegaPot 1.2 10 gallon Kettles fit on this burner?BEST ANSWER: Easily. Could fit a pot much larger than this. I bought this so I could reach a boil really quick, in that regard I'm very disappointed. Seemed to be no faster than my turkey fryer and only got 2 1/2 all grain batches done before my propane tank ran out. That's right. Didn't even get 3 small all grain batches done on a 20 lb tank of propane. Crazy.Will this fit a brew kettle that is 26 inches in diameter?BEST ANSWER: The limit of the diameter of base of kettle that would fit my Hellfire would be 20 3/4". You could flip the extensions over so the retainer edges face down, and be careful to keep kettle centered. I am confident the burner would support the weight and provide plenty of fire to get your kettle rolling.How many batches can you get out of a standard 20lb propane tank with this burner? I am thinking about doing 10 or 15 gallon batches and I am curious how often I would have to refill my tank. Thanks!BEST ANSWER: I have brewed five 5-gallon batches (6.25-7 gallons as I do full volume boils) and still have the same tank although it’s pretty light so suspect it’s almost out. I have a spare which is a must with propane burners and brewing. Also it’s never 20 pounds but rather 15-18.Where is it manufactured?BEST ANSWER: USAWill this support a 30 gal megapot?BEST ANSWER: Yes, it should support a 30 gallon kettle. It can handle roughly 250 lbs.Is this made of Stainless Steal?BEST ANSWER: Yes, the frame is made of non-rusting, fume free heavy gauge stainless steel.
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