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Show us your flaming kettles ... (pic heavy Brewing Viewing)

Discussion in 'Kit Chatter' started by decorum, May 13, 2013.

  1. robevs73

    robevs73 Maker

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    Yesterday morning. Nick's kettle
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  2. robevs73

    robevs73 Maker

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    My pot this morning (different woods)
     
  3. robevs73

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    Biolite and vargo bot a few weeks back.
     
  4. Ruud

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    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
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    same pot, tripod
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    brand new 2L Zebra Billy can getting its first sooth developed
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    I like the Zebra's the most, in combo with one of those cheap handle-clamps of Coghlans :D makes pouring hot coffee so much easier
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  5. neilwragg

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    Cub camp this weekend
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    Kelly kettle for tea and freshly percolated coffee.
    Get the Cubs to whittle lifting sticks while they wait!
     
  6. Bishop

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    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
     
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  7. TurboGirl

    TurboGirl Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    I bet you've never had a better tasting or more welcome brew than that one, Bishop :) Good health to you luv!
     
  8. Disruptive Pattern

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    Taken on a night out on the Solstice.
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  9. demographic

    demographic Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Suppose this would be called a kettle, fairly new at that point.
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  10. GGTBod

    GGTBod Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    I was out testing a new woodgas stove today and took my little kettle as it was just me stalking the conies

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    MSR Titan kettle in February with some local Methylated Spirits.

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  12. decorum

    decorum Full Member

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    On an Optimus No.5

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    Brewing a cuppa in the woods in my 12cm Zebra billy on my birthday last week...

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    And then in my new Bon Fire kettle at home yesterday...

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  14. James.R

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    That is a cracking kettle! How much does it hold?


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    Yeah, it's great. Holds 2.2 litres.
     
  16. decorum

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    Ready for making the next brew ~ no idea of the kettle's brand but it's on a recently acquired Coleman 400.

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  17. Two Socks

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    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.

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  18. James.R

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    Gsi kettle out for a brew. [​IMG]
     
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    Bialetti 1 (small) cup espresso maker on Swiss Army Volcano stove using a gas reducer ring. Wonderful coffee experience.

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    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.

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    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!
     

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