Banjo Burner - High Pressure Propane

Banjo Burner - High Pressure Propane

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This cast iron wide-profile banjo burner is strong and efficient, topping our ratings in getting wort to a quick boil, while using the same amount or less of propane. Adjusted for efficiency this banjo burner produces around 70,000 BTU/hr, and in full, this banjo burner mode produces 100,000 btu. 

Banjo burners can often times have issues when using with low flame output.  We sourced and tested a number of different units, before settling on this one, which performs great at low output. 

  • Uses 3/8" male flare fitting (included).
  • Comes with steel orifice plate for regulating airflow
  • The burner has a 9 7/8" diameter and is 14 3/4" long

This banjo burner requires a propane regulator to function properly.  We recommend a Wind Guard with these units if brewing outdoors.  If using indoors, you must have proper ventilation in the form of an overhead cooking hood.

Item # H250
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 10 LBS
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My current banjos are faulty
Paul B on Nov 20, 2019
Upgrading current low pressure burner
Edward J. B on May 6, 2019
My current banjos are faulty
Paul B on Nov 20, 2019
for custom beer stand I built
mike a on Oct 28, 2019
Upgrading current low pressure burner
Edward J. B on May 6, 2019
Richard E on Jan 4, 2019
speed up my Brew day
Eric K on Nov 28, 2018
replacement burner for my brew stand.
David Ayers on Nov 27, 2018
Need for 10 gallon system boil kettle
Iain S on Nov 26, 2018
Upgrading my burner.
Randall C on Oct 24, 2018
I have researched a lot of burners, but morebeer has done the testing and i trust their opinions
Nathan M on Jan 15, 2018
for custom beer stand I built
mike a on Oct 28, 2019
Richard E on Jan 4, 2019
can I use this burner with natural gas?
robert stakem on Feb 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: You can but you first need to install a conversion kit that changes the size of the orifice.
Will this fit my blichmann burner, the model before the Hell Fire came out? It looks the same.
Thomas Seitz on Jun 2, 2020
BEST ANSWER: This is the same burner with the same dimensions as the original Blichmann burner. You should have no problem replacing your current burner with this piece.
Can I use this burner with my existing 18 PSI regulator, and does anyone know how close to the bottom of the pot to mount it?
Charles Webster on Feb 21, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi Charles - This works with standard propane regulators. In concern to mounting, we have these approximately 2.5" below the kettle on our Brew Sculptures. This allows for plenty of combustible air and efficient flame contact.

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I converted these to low pressure and I am very pleased.
December 16, 2018
1 year ago
Dragon and kitten all in one beast
I really like this burner. It burns cleanly all the way from a gentle simmer to full blast, doesn't leave any soot deposits on my brew pot. It brought my fifteen gallon all-grain mash to temp perfectly, running at about half throttle.
February 9, 2018
over 2 years ago