Today is a discussion about using the banjo cooker. Now if you're a distiller and you're using propane, you have many options out there. Most of the time we would recommend someone, especially if on their initial stages is to use the turkey fryer because they're readily available. They're very inexpensive. But there are some other options in life. Now if you want more, you want the maximum control possible.
That's whether you're running a stool whether you're heating up your wart, whether you're heating up your mash, whatever the case may be.
This banjo cooker has a 30 psi control valve on it, which gives you maximum control now you'll notice all holes that in every one of those has a flame that comes out. Then you can get precise control all the way down from zero up to its maximum value. Now you know turkey fryer only has 135,000 bt use, this thing's up in the multi-thousands of bt use, so you get a lot more heat that's concentrated initially that you can adjust.
As you do the flame go up, the heat goes up, and when the flame goes down, the heat goes down.
The challenge you have with a turkey fryer is really hard to get that fine control with the very bottom it's a lot of times it be on or halfway or off it with a banjo cooker, you get maximum control. So in the future, if you get an opportunity, just consider getting that natural control. It's around here somewhere.