King Kooker Dual Burner Propane Cart [Brew Stand]

King Kooker 94-90TKD Portable Dual-Burner Propane

94/90TKD Portable Dual-Burner Propane Cart by King Kooker

Propane patio cart with 60,000-BTU cast burner and 105,000-BTU jet burner.  Measures approximately 16-1/2 by 37-1/2 by 30 inches.

From what I’ve heard, this makes a nice, budget brew stand.

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King Kooker 94/90TKD Portable Dual-Burner Propane 30-Inch Patio Cart

Brew Stands to Consider: MoreBeer BrewSculptures | Blichmann TopTier Brew Stand | Blichmann BrewEasy Systems | SABCO BrewMagic | Ruby Street Brewing Systems

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7 thoughts on “King Kooker Dual Burner Propane Cart [Brew Stand]

  1. Anonymous

    I’ve used one of these for almost a year with two keggles (HLT, MashTun) on the top tier and a 3rd keggle on a bayou burner. Works fine. Decent on gas, easy to setup. Haven’t had a single problem with it.

  2. Anonymous

    I guess we have to hope that discounted price wasn’t for defective/damaged items 🙂

    Ordered mine yesterday

  3. Joseph Keene

    I’m looking at getting this, this summer. I too am interested in how it goes through gas, and how the bottle fairs. I have a 10PSI regulator on my cast burner now, and my propane bottles freeze up most of the time during the boil, and I have to switch bottles. If the jet burner doesn’t make the bottles freeze up, that would be even better…

  4. Anonymous

    Any tips on how to set this up to use with the equipment I currently have? Right now I’m using one burner, a 15gal boil kettle and a 7.5 kettle for heating sparge water. I have a cooler mash tun.

    I’d love to let gravity do some of the work I’ve been doing (lots of lifting and moving large amounts of hot water), but can’t picture in my head how to set it up with something like this brew stand and the stuff I’ve got already …

  5. Anonymous

    I own one, paid ~$180 for it, and am very happy with it. It will easily support a full keggle on the bottom burner.


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