DetailsThis sexy, super-charged, copper-clad masterpiece pumps out 72,000 BTUs of finely-tuned firepower that goes from zero to full boil in no time flat. Fully-loaded with a precise needle valve that banishes boil-overs and allows for crucial adjustments, the Edelmetall Brü® Burner adjusts to fit any diameter kettle. Supports up to 30 Gallons. As sturdy as it is stunning, this is the last burner you’ll ever need—or want—to buy.
Great beer starts with premium ingredients. And great brewers start with Edelmetall Brü® Burner, because it uses raw materials that surpass even the highest German quality standards—from brushed stainless steel to genuine copper finishes. And every tool is custom designed for a specific brew-day task, incorporating details only a die-hard brewer can appreciate.
Designed to complement the stunning exterior of the Edelmetall Brü® Burner, the optional leg extensions (not included) raise the burner height to 27” for brewing at a convenient, ergonomic height 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. Take your Edelmetall Brü® Burner to new heights and never lift a full brew pot again.
- Details & Instructions
4.4 / 5.024 ReviewsSolid! (and works with natural gas)Loving the Edelmetall burner so far. It's a low pressure unit with a large burner diameter so I bought with the intention of converting it to natural gas (off-label conversion.) The process was very simple - from gas outlet i installed a main shutoff valve, attached a 48" 1/2" dia gas appliance hose, added a second shutoff/regulator valve, then connected the assembly to the burner itself using reducing couplers. The Blichmann gas conversion kit would likely work as well. To get maximum output, with the burner lit I adjust the regulator valve until I have mostly blue flame with yellow tips. Any higher and the air intakes start to whistle and the flame turns yellow. I haven't timed a full boil yet, but it seems to heat water faster than my old torch-style propane burner. After 3 batches there is some darkening of the copper components closest to the flame - I could probably scrub it off but I kind of like it. Brew days are now a little more enjoyable now that I am saving money on gas, don't have to worry about empty propane tanks, and get to admire my bad-a** Dwarven relic spewing holy flame.June 5, 2014A Perfect SolutionI bought this burner over the Blichmann because it has three legs instead of four. Sounds odd? Well, my brewing patio is made of blocks and its not perfectly level. A 3-leg burner will sit solidly on an uneven surface where a 4-leg burner will not. The adjustable kettle stand will accommodate any size kettle, and I'm using this one with a Blichmann BoilerMaker G2 10-gallon model. Perfect fit. My initial test boiled 7 gallons of 74 degree water in 32 minutes.October 12, 2014Rocket Power!What a fantastic burner! This has cut our brew time literally in half...bring 2.5 gallons to a boil in a matter of 15 minutes, and very easy to control the temp. We did have a leaky coupling that could not be fixed: Midwest Supplies has the BEST customer service I've experienced in a long time, and they took care of the issue, with no questions asked--there goal is to keep you brewing!Get one of these...it is 120% worth the investment, and these guys are the ones to buy from--they back their product and are so very knowledgeable and helpful.February 26, 2015Great Burner/Minor flawsPerfect upgrade from a turkey fryer. I have been more than happy with the fuel consumption. This being my only burner for all grain brewing it has done great. So far on one tank I have heated the mash water to strike, hot liquor to 170, boiled from 60-90 minutes depending for three 5 gal. batches and feel I have enough for a fourth even a fifth._x000D__x000D_The only problem I ran into was the gas valve. It broke at the thinnest part while it was stored. I don't recall bumping anything into it, but picked up a replacement (Bayou Classic) hose/valve assembly from Lowes that seems far more durable._x000D__x000D_All in all this is a great burner, and I will probably get another one in the near future.March 30, 2015Only used once but veryOnly used once but very even heat to potDecember 20, 2015Edelmetall Bru BunnerHave been using this for a little over two years, it has been reliable and heats up far faster that a glass cook top, �?��?where we began�?���. It ahas easy taken an hour off our day of brewing.August 3, 2016Killer BurnerThis is performing great. My buddies using a turkey fryer burner are asking to borrow it.February 1, 2016Love this Burnerbought the Edelmetall burner 2 weeks ago and used it for the first time that weekend. I love the control, so easy to dial in what you need for heat. the power is there to bring to a boil very quickly.February 5, 2016Awesome BurnerLove this burner. Easy to control heat. Decreased the time to heat water substantially. My only concern is that the gas supply line isn't very long. I wish it was longer to get the propane tank a little further away from the burner...other than that I'm completely satisfied.March 31, 2016
- Customer Q&A
Browse 7 questions Browse 7 questions and 15 answersDoes it come with a regulator?BEST ANSWER: Yes it has a regulator at the tank, as most normal burners do. It also has a control valve at the burner itself.How heavy of a boil kettle will this handle? I have a 30 and a 50 I need burners or stands for and need to know if this is up to the weight of those full of wort.BEST ANSWER: We have a 30 gallon and it is no problem at all, I suspect it will handle the 50 without a problem. It is great, took almost an hour off our brew day.I broke my gas control assembly, is there any way to get another one?BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure what the gas control assembly is exactly. I believe it provides evenly distributed heat and works well for me.Will it heat up a 30 Gal. Brewer?BEST ANSWER: Don't have the answer to that question, I have a 10 gal and I can get the temp up pretty quick. But don't know about the 30 or if pot will sit on the burner properly.Is this wide enough to use with a keggle? the three arms look like they can expand but is it wide enough? 15.5"?BEST ANSWER: Yup. Mine fits on there perfectly. My suggestion is to put the keggle on the burner with the arms loosened up and adjust accordingly. Make sure the keggle is level!Why can you only use up to a 20 pound propane tank? What will happen if you want too use a larger # tank?
TankBEST ANSWER: Larger tanks are more likely to be for commercial uses, which do not always have the same hardware and overfill protective devices as smaller tanks.Can this burner be hooked up to my homes natural gas supply instead of propane?? Does it still function well in that configuration??BEST ANSWER: There is currently no conversion kit to make this propane burner work on natural gas. The only burner we sell that has that option is the blichmann floor burner - which works great on natural gas. Cheers!