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Bayou Classic Cast Iron Banjo Burner [KAB4]
Bayou Classic KAB4 "Banjo" Burner
With a wide 16" x 16" cooking surface and a strong, stable design, brew outdoors to your hearts content with this Classic Banjo Cooker.

Designed to support large stockpots from 14" diameter up to 100-quart.
Price: $139.99

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Bayou Classic KAB4 "Banjo" Burner

  • Designed for Large Pots Up to 100-Qt (min 14" diameter pot)

  • 16" Large Cooking Surface

  • 12.5" Tall Welded Steel Frame

  • 10" Cast Iron BG14 Burner

  • 48" Stainless Braided Hose

  • 0-30 PSI Adjustable Regulator

  • 360° WindScreen Protection

  • Minimum 100,000 BTUs

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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Great burner January 19, 2017
Reviewer: Eric Jourdan from Calgary, AB Canada  
I bought this from a friend who went electric (he got it from OBK). It was a huge upgrade from my previous burners (SP1 and SP10).  I boiled my strike water, not expecting it to be so quick. It also has a small footprint, just about the same area as my 15 gallon kettle, which is really nice. It feels super sturdy as well.

As others have said, make sure you fire it up before brewing to burn off the paint!

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Fantastic Burner July 17, 2016
Reviewer: Jarrod from Vancouver, BC  
Brewed my first all grain batch with the KAB4 and it performed perfectly. I had no issues with it at all, setup was simple and the burner functioned very well. Highly recommended!

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Great Burner, Cheap Stand July 17, 2016
Reviewer: LP from Lethbridge, AB Canada  
Bought this burner and it works awesome. I converted it to natural gas and it was the best investment I've made. However, the stand is painted with a heavy, horrible paint that burns when you run the burner. If you brew in your garage it will stink for days after and it takes several uses to burn off completely and once it does, it will start to rust. I suggest OBK lean on Bayou Classic to start ceramic coating their stands. The coating, won't affect the coast much, won't burn off and will last.

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