Hurricane 60,000 BTU Propane Stove

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  • Price: $149.99
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The Hurricane Stove features a full 60,000 BTU output, which means it will bring 5 gallons of wort to a boil in under 20 minutes. It has a massive 10” low pressure burner, for even heat distribution and quiet operation (no jet like noise like high pressure burners). Unlike high pressure stoves, this one will allow both fine simmer flame control, and produce a full 60,000 BTU’s for quick boiling. This stove can be converted to natural gas with the Hurricane Conversion Valve at right. This is the only home brewing burner we know of that includes a U.S. made LPG regulator for reliability.

The large burner means this stove can produce 60,000 BTU’s at only 2 psi of gas pressure. 13" tall, 15” burner grate inner diameter (15.25" burner grate outer diameter), and includes a 5’ barbecue propane tank hose (fits standard 20 pound barbecue tanks) and regulator. For outdoor use only.

This shows the 10" cast iron burner, which can provide 60,000 BTU's of heat at a gas pressure as low as 1 psi.

Average rating 8.93333333333333 out of 10 ( based on 15 reviews )

a great burner

Review by NORDEN C. on 2/27/2009

Pros: if you need a burner, this is the one. High heat to low simmer, this one does it all. a nice large area burner, no center of the pot hot spot. absolutely no burner noise. i use it on a metal bench in the garage (yes, i know the instructions say for outside but..) yes, it takes 30-40 minutes to boil 5 gals of cold water but while i'm boiling a batch, i can also be bottling. Highly recommended.

Cons: i didn't like that the paint chars and flakes off due to being used, although this will end when used enough... thinking about having it all chrome plated!!

Works great with propane and natural gas

Review by Andrew S. on 4/20/2009

Pros: I bought this specifically to use with natural gas. It works great for natural gas and performs better than expectations. Getting the propane 'parts' with it is a nice bonus because then its still portable for when you brew at a friends without natural gas, just grab your propane tank and go

Cons: None really, other than it's really heavy.

Fast Boils!

Review by Trevor K. on 4/24/2009

Pros: Brings around 3 gallons of water (cold tap) to boil in about 15 to 20 minutes. Worth ever cent and shaves off about an hour of brew time!

Cons: Drains the propane tank too fast.

efficient, controlled burn

Review by Joby R. on 5/27/2009

Pros: this burner distibutes the heat nicely and has unlimited ranges in flame control from wee flames to not-so-efficient large orange flames. it's also very quiet. my 1/2 barrel keggle just fits on the burner. I was worried it wouldn't when I was ordering. I have used it a total of 10 burning hours on 'medium' heat most of the time and still have a little propane left in the tank. very solid ring burner on top and ring stand on bottom. the conversion to natural gas was a big deciding factor for me on this one.

Cons: paint burns off...but what burner does't? the ring on top makes it a little tricky to set a commercial keg on it but it will set on there just right once you line it up.

Great with 1.5 Caveats

Review by Lance S. on 9/17/2009

Pros: From simmer to heating like the fires of hell - this is a great stove!

Cons: I should have read the description closer - "Simmer" is as cool as this can go. I don't think you can temperature-step mash with this burner... it won't burn cool enough! Unfortunately I bought it for just that reason and now have to come up with Plan B. The "half" caveat is the paint burns off through the first couple uses and smells BAD. Not ideal when you're trying to make uncontaminated beer. Work outside with plenty of fresh air.

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Jan 12, 2021 by bob

Q: Can this be sold without the regulator? I am using my low pressure house propane

A: No, this comes as a package from the factory.

Sep 10, 2020 by carl

Q: I live in a rural area with a whole home propane tank. Am I able to connect this to the house line on my porch similar to a gas grill, or do I need a special adapter or special regulator for that?

A: This has the same hose adapter as a gas grill so it should work fine.

Mar 17, 2018 by Dee

Q: Will this stand/windshield work - wood cabinet on bottom & a square wind shield made of porcelain tiles on top with wall clearance for the windshield of 1-2” taller than the burner (not stand) and 2” wider than the burner so that I could use a big wok.

A: It would be best to consult a local licensed plumber for this, as there are safety considerations in anything custom fabricated. Sorry we cannot be of more help on this.

Sep 27, 2017 by john

Q: Does the burner still put out 60k BTU's when converted to natural gas, or is it less?

A: A little less, figure 55,000 BTU's or so.

Jul 28, 2017 by Tom

Q: We bought this with the natural gas conversion valve. The Hurricane comes equipped with a 5-foot hose with LP gas regulator. I want to know if I should remove the regulator to run it directly from my natural gas pipe, just like my grill. Anyone know?

A: Yes, the regulator is only for high pressure LPG use.

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