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

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

  1. James.R

    James.R Tenderfoot

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    Ha ha thanks goatboy, the bacon grill is dirty but oh so good!
     
  2. warthog1981

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    mine from today :)
     
  3. decorum

    decorum Full Member

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    A bit of OP threadcromancy ...

    :yikes: almost three years! :yikes:

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  4. hiho

    hiho Native

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    was just thinking about this thread last week, couldn't remember what it was called though :)
     
  5. decorum

    decorum Full Member

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    Me too :D


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  6. Marshall

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    ...a long time! :)

    Western classic.



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  7. crosslandkelly

    crosslandkelly A somewhat settled

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    That's a great looking cooking set there Adam.

    My Billy and log rocket stove.
    [video=youtube;PLkxLwfWItw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLkxLwfWItw[/video]
     
  8. Nomad64

    Nomad64 Full Member

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    Very cool - what bit/auger do you use to make the holes? :)
     
  9. Twodogs

    Twodogs Maker Plus

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    Eagle on the heat over winter

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  10. Twodogs

    Twodogs Maker Plus

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    Eagle on a MSR XGK

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  11. Twodogs

    Twodogs Maker Plus

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    Eagle on a German military stove

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  12. Limaed

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    Split wood, binded with wire:
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  13. SoldierPalmer

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    Quiet brew in the rain.

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    nice day in the woods with the Kirtley
     
  15. tracker1972

    tracker1972 Forager

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    The storm kettle threatening the bacon, the Zebra in kettle mode, Kelly keeping my girls in hot chocolate and the Hart resting after keeping the troops watered.[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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  16. crosslandkelly

    crosslandkelly A somewhat settled

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    Thank's, I used a 1" scotch eyed auger.
     
  17. Bishop

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    Gotta love those Tesco kettle's, cheap, lightweight and pour really nicely.
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    Great, I'll give it a go, I've got a long 25mm gatepost bit somewhere - I had assumed a wider hole was needed. :campfire:
     
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    Ikea stove test run.

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  20. Tonyuk

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    Nothing fancey, the kettle with the green handle was an ebay special and has been perfect for me.

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    First brew made with my hobo stove, got some strange looks from the neighbours but it needed testing;

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