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Dark Star® Burner 2.0

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Dark Star® Burner 2.0

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Easy enough for beginners to use, powerful enough for pros to master. Dark Star® is no longer a starter burner, packing enough power for quick boils and even heating on up to 15 gallon batches.

Dark Star® 2.0 is a whole new beast of a burner. Faster full-volume boil. A bigger, better built-in wind guard. Easy to use banjo-style burner loaded with 65,000 BTUs of brewing power for better beer in a fraction of the time.

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Dark Star® 2.0 is a whole new beast of a burner. Faster full-volume boil. A bigger, better built-in wind guard. Easy to use banjo-style burner loaded with 65,000 BTUs of brewing power for better beer in a fraction of the time.

We took a customer favorite and gave it an 11,000 BTU boost. This burner is sturdy, reliable, efficient and effective, boasting 65,000 BTUs and an increased burner surface area. Easy enough for beginners to use, powerful enough for pros to master. Dark Star® is no longer a starter burner, packing enough power for quick boils and even heating on up to 15 gallon batches.

Brew outside even in windy weather—a bigger, beefier wind guard to keep your brew going no matter what. Keep your housemates happy when you keep from hogging the kitchen on brew day. Keep yourself happy with bigger brew days on a small price tag.

Set it up in a heartbeat. Boil 5 gallons in 20 minutes. Flip from high heat to a perfect rolling boil in seconds. Make better beer with less wort darkening and evaporative loss. Make more beer in less time. Brew in a windstorm. Brew with the Dark Star® 2.0.

Features:

  • 65,000 BTUs
  • 3.5” Wind Guard
  • Adjustable Regulator to easily control gas flow
  • 6” Diameter Banjo-Style Burner
  • Lighter Port
  • No Assembly


Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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4.6 / 5.0
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Good burner less the paint burning off on first batch. Should have purchased a stainless steel one. Besides that works great
June 7, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
A + Burner
Excellent burner bought it during a burner sale. Use it to boil in my Keggle. Very sturdy. Great product
May 14, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Dark Star 2.0
Running 2 in a two tier system works great. Could have gotten away with one but on sale convenience is a plus.
May 11, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
This thing works great. No issues and hearts water fast
May 2, 2019
Purchased
2 months ago
Great Burner for the price.
Great burner,real fast high heat and the price was right.Saves a lot of time over the burner I was using which started out its life as a turkey fryer.Highly recommend.
April 25, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
A good burner at a great price!
The Dark Star 2.0 is a good entry level, work horse of a burner. Turned up to high, it will bring your wort to a boil quickly. Dial it down and it will boil at a consistent temperature. I have even used this for deep frying turkeys at Thanksgiving. If there is one misgiving with it, I would prefer a longer a gas hose.
April 12, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
A good burner at a great price!
The Dark Star 2.0 is a good entry level, work horse of a burner. Turned up to high, it will bring your wort to a boil quickly. Dial it down and it will boil at a consistent temperature. I have even used this for deep frying turkeys at Thanksgiving. If there is one misgiving with it, I would prefer a longer a gas hose.
April 12, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
Dark Star burner
I like it. My old burner had a 12 min timer on it so I was constantly having to reset it. I could never get my old burner to burn a blue flame and it made the cook pot black and nasty. This burner works great. Burns a blue flame and doesn't mess up the cook pot. I've used it once so far on a windy day and it held its own. I think the heating time was shorter than the old burner and it was pretty easy to adjust the regulator to maintain a boil without boiling over.
March 13, 2019
Purchased
4 months ago
Awesome. Cuts brew time by maybe half
This thing is awesome. Seems like it took 2 minutes to get a boil with this where before on my stove it took half an hour with the lid on. Also can brew in the garage where my wife cant complain about the smell. Just make sure you cut the flame when adding hops and stuff or it will boil over. I never had that happen on the stove so you need to watch that as this puts out serious heat. I learned the hard way.
February 2, 2019
Purchased
5 months ago
Works great with my mega pot.
This burner is just the right size for my Mega Pot. But watch the heat because this burner will boil over very easy if you have the gas turned up. But for convenience this burner can't be beat.
January 19, 2019
Purchased
6 months ago
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will work with 15 gal. keg?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have used this to boil ~8gal water in a 15gal keg, and it took a very long time to reach a boil. I wouldn't recommend for anything over 5gal.
How do you get water/wort onto/off the burner? The instructions say, "Never lift or move a full kettle of water onto or off of the Dark
Star® 2.0 Burner" I suppose this is safety related. The instructions don't appear to say what to do, just what not to do.
A shopper on Apr 29, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The kettle is never "full" - always room for potential boilovers. I use a 7-8 gallon kettle and it usually has at least a couple of gallons of space unfilled. If it was a full to the brim kettle of boiling water/wort then it would be tricky to safely move it without spilling.
How much propane is required for a typical 2 1/2 gal, 60 minute boil? I don't want to keep the big propane bottles around if I don't need to. Can I use a 1 lb bottle a complete a boil?
A shopper on Apr 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: A 1lb bottle will probably work for your situation. A 20lb bottle will last me at least 5 brews. That's heating water up for mashing and 60 minute boils. I say give it a whirl, if it takes one bottle it takes one bottle, if it takes two it takes two.
Can you buy leg extensions for this burner?
Richard S on Nov 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Sorry, no, we don't have a leg-extension set or kit for this burner. It could be used on a sturdy platform of some kind to raise it, if done safely and carefully.
Could this be used in a basement where I currently brew? Or does it have to be used outside?
A shopper on Nov 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't... using this inside would likely cause suffocation (from carbon monoxide)... plus the amount of heat it produces + fire hazard...
if i have a 1/2 barrel keg that i brew in, will this support that?
E M on Aug 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it will! This can hold a kettle of up to 15 gallons in size, a 1/2 barrel keg would fit that description. - Mike W, Midwest Supplies
Will this burner work with natural gas? We have a natural gas line outside that our grill connects to - is it possible to connect this burner? Is there any additional equipment needed?
M R on May 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These burners are not meant to be used for natural gas and we do not provide any adapters to convert them to natural gas.
I'm seriously considering a burner to help speed up brew day boils but not sure if I want a gas burner or an electric burner...anyone have thoughts on this subject?
P R on Dec 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Priscilla,

Thank you for contacting us. The debate of propane vs natural gas vs electric can a lengthy topic of discussion. The points to consider usually come down initial investment, operating costs, and availability of power source of your choice.

A propane system usually has the lowest initial investment cost, but can cost a small amount more to run over an electric system. A natural gas system has a slightly larger initial investment that often includes taping into your homes natural gas supply, and operating cost can vary based upon the current rate from your local utility company. Electric brewing systems typically has the lowest operating cost, but have the highest initial investment. Most require dedicated 240v outlets in addition to the heating elements, control units, and any other provision needed to run the system. Below are a few links to a few forums that go a bit more in depth on the attributes of each scenario.

http://www.love2brew.com/Articles.asp?ID=295

http://www.beersmith.com/forum/index.php?topic=9569.0

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=189636

Cheers,

Lance F.

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