Bayou Classic SP10 High-Pressure Outdoor Gas Cooker, Propane

  • High-pressure propane outdoor cooker
  • Full windscreen protection for even cooking in wind
  • Measures 13 by 18 by 18 inches (height by length by width); 14-inch burner
  • Welded steel frame for optimal durability
  • Includes 48-inch hose, regulator, and valve assembly

Product Description
Bayou Classic Outdoor Gas Cookers are the traditional and reliable choice for outdoor cooking. They are portable and can be used for camping, rv’s, tailgating, and backyard parties. With a one-piece welded steel frame, these are the strongest cookers commercially made. Most units can be used with or without slide-on extension legs. Bayou Classic Cookers are designed for strength, function and safety, while remaining the most efficient Outdoor Cookers sold…. More >>

Price: $39.00
Rating: 4.5 (89 reviews)

Bayou Classic SP10 High-Pressure Outdoor Gas Cooker, Propane

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  1. The Bayou Classic cut about 45 minutes to an hour off of my brew time. Got three gallons of water to a boil in less than half the time of my kitchen range, and held a good strong boil for an hour. If you’re a homebrewer looking to leave the stovetop, and go to an outdoor propane cooker, this is the one to buy.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. C. Guenther says:

    This burner puts out a lot of BTUs but it’s also pretty noisy. I use it with a 9 gallon pot and it gets boiling quick. Served my purposes (beer brewing) perfectly!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Justin says:

    I used the SP10 for the first time last weekend. It was about 50 degrees out and I got a 8 gal. keg of cold tap water up to a boil in about 30 minutes; very impressed. I was a bit disappointed with the fact that because i was using such a large vessel (a bit wider than the unit itself) much of the escaping heat burned a lot of the black paint on the unit and emmited a not too pleasant smell for some time. I guess this is inevitable, and they probably just paint them for astetic reasons, but this is a hot flame! I also bought an extra burner (model BG10) for about $10 and a 20psi regulator kit, so if you had an extra stand or could improvise, that would be another way to go to get the same quality heat.

    Cheers!
    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. Bayy1 says:

    I have used this cooker a few times for crabs and corn on the cob, it is great! It keeps the kitchen cool and odor free. It boils water very fast without using an extreme amount of gas. You can control the heat output with the regulator. The unit is very sturdy and will accommodate a large pot. The braded steel (Can’t tell it is braded hose from pic) hose and regulator would cost you as much as this whole cooker! Just go to a big store or on line and price one, you will see.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. T. Brown says:

    Excellent product if you are into brewing your own beer during the summer months. Instead of heating up the kitchen on a hot day, this burner does the job…and makes it much faster. You can easily get 5+ gallons of water boiling in about 5 minutes (when it takes at least 20-30 on a kitchen stove). DO be sure to have an initial burn of 20-30 minutes on high (with nothing cooking) as the black paint burns and smells. Other then that, this is a great burner.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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