Edelmetall Brü® Burner
Great beer starts with premium ingredients and reliable brewery equipment. Great brewers start with Edelmetall Brü®, because it uses raw materials that surpass even the highest German quality standards, from brushed stainless steel to genuine copper finishes. And every feature is custom-designed for a specific brew-day task, incorporating details only a die-hard brewer can appreciate. This is what sets Edelmetall Brü® apart from other propane burners.
Designed to complement the stunning exterior of the Edelmetall Brü® Burner, the optional leg extensions raise your kettle to a comfortable 27" while providing the structural rigidity required to support even the heaviest kettles and biggest batches. Equipped with a reinforcing triangle at its base, these copper-clad steel extensions offer unmatched stability even on rough terrain. The additional height is perfect for draining wort directly into your fermenter or a gravity fed wort chiller setup. Take your Edelmetall Brü® to new heights and never lift a full, hot brewpot again.
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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I had a little trouble getting the burner to work as intended at first, but now that I've used it a few times I am super happy with the purchase. It burns hot - starting a boil in record time compared to the previous burners I've used, and all at a very affordable price. All around an excellent investment for the avid home-brewer!
First of all, this is a beautifully made burner! I almost hate to use it because at some point I know I will have a boil over ant it will be covered with burned wort. The package arrived without any damage and assembly was easy. I tested it by boiling 5 gallons of water. The burner brought the water up to temp much quicker than my old burner (which I believe was rated at around 25000 btu). Flame control was easy using the supplied needle valve and the air inlet. It also held a nice low flame even though there was a breeze. Before purchasing I was trying to decide between the edelmetall and the Blichmann, basically I decided that I really didn’t need the 140K btu of the Blichmann for a 5 to 10 gallon batch and it was more important to me to have fine low end temperature control. The only gripe I have with the burner is that I wish you could order it with the taller legs instead of purchasing them separately.
It was not boxed very well and had poked through the outer box in three places. Thankfully it wasn’t damaged.
Easily heats 5 gallons in under 20 minutes