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Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by decorum, May 13, 2013.
Yesterday morning. Nick's kettle
My pot this morning (different woods)
Biolite and vargo bot a few weeks back.
pot, unknown brand.
Liked the moog we installed then, it was in no-ones way since it was attached to the rafter of the shelter
same pot, tripod
brand new 2L Zebra Billy can getting its first sooth developed
I like the Zebra's the most, in combo with one of those cheap handle-clamps of Coghlans makes pouring hot coffee so much easier
Cub camp this weekend
Kelly kettle for tea and freshly percolated coffee.
Get the Cubs to whittle lifting sticks while they wait!
Stainless steel storage jar from charity shop 25p, wire from a skip, water from the spring, cheap bag of coffee £2
being able to put it all together six weeks after a heart attack.... priceless
I bet you've never had a better tasting or more welcome brew than that one, Bishop Good health to you luv!
Taken on a night out on the Solstice.
Suppose this would be called a kettle, fairly new at that point.
I was out testing a new woodgas stove today and took my little kettle as it was just me stalking the conies
MSR Titan kettle in February with some local Methylated Spirits.
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On an Optimus No.5
Brewing a cuppa in the woods in my 12cm Zebra billy on my birthday last week...
And then in my new Bon Fire kettle at home yesterday...
That is a cracking kettle! How much does it hold?
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Yeah, it's great. Holds 2.2 litres.
Ready for making the next brew ~ no idea of the kettle's brand but it's on a recently acquired Coleman 400.
I really love this thread. Fantastic pictures of really nice kettles in here. Here is one of mine. It is part of a trangia imitation set made by biltema.
Gsi kettle out for a brew.
Bialetti 1 (small) cup espresso maker on Swiss Army Volcano stove using a gas reducer ring. Wonderful coffee experience.
The reducer ring is great as it allows the espresso maker to sit solidly on the stove and I have even used it on the stove with a frying pan and a Zebra billy. It just extends the flexibility of the stove.
Excellent picture and magnificent beard too! (You'll have to show that on the "Get your beards out for the girls" thread. I see you have the naughty habit of "Bacon Grill"! The guilty food of the gods!