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Hell Fire Floor Burner- Blichmann

Hell Fire Floor Burner- Blichmann

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Item #:BBP516

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Specially designed for homebrewers. It heats fast and is very fuel efficient. Dual power mode. In stock. Order Today!

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HellFire Floor Burner

*Dual mode capability- high power mode and high efficiency mode

*140,000 BTU/hr in high power mode, 80,000 BTU/hr in efficiency mode

*Patent pending clip-on heat shield keeps that massive amount of heat off your valve and thermometer and directs it to your wort.

*Infinitely adjustable kettle retaining bars accommodate kettles up to 19.75" in diameter

*Non-rusting, fume free, heavy gauge stainless frame

*Excellent outdoor flame stability (not suitable for indoor use)


Will the HellFire™ Burner fit onto the TopTier™ stand? Yes.

Is the HellFire™ heat shield compatible with the TopTier™ burner? No, but a new heat shield is available for purchase (aHeatShield-TopTier).

Is there a gas conversion kit? Yes.

Are there extensions legs? Yes but they will not be available until the end of November.

Also, the new extension legs cannot be retrofitted onto the TopTier™ burner.

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Can we find out if the Hell Fire's maximum height with the legs is less than 12.25" to fit under out hot liquor tank?
Brettanomyces Lambicus: Wyeast 5526
Brettanomyces Lambicus. A Wild yeast isolated from Belgian lambic beers. Produces a pie cherry like flavor and sourness along with distinct brett character. Ferments best in worts with reduced pH after primary fermentation has begun and may form pelicle in bottles or casks. Works best in conjunction with other yeast and lactic bacteria to produce the classic Belgian character. Generally requires 3-6 months of aging to fully develop flavor characteristics. Flocculation: medium, apparent Attenuation: low, 60-75 deg. F.
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