Here's a link to a add on Kijiji in Windsor. Pretty good price for the whole setup. $65 including the burner, pot, thermometer ect. (typical turkey fryer setup).
http://windsor.kijiji.ca/c-buy-and-sell ... Z289423922
You might as well not try to hide your purchases from your wife. lol Once you start down the path of all grain there is a endless number of pieces of equipment you need/want to buy to make things more efficient or to help produce better beer. I'm in the process of converting my 3 kegs now. I know I'm looking at A LOT of small pieces of hardware that need to be attached/put into the kegs which means a considerable amount of money. Then there's the brew stand, burners, gas pipping and fittings, thermometers, false bottom, dip tubes, pumps, hoses ect.
Then after that's done I also want to get a fridge for lagering and a fridge for carbonating/aging. These are all the things my wife knows about and she just shakes her head now and says I'm crazy. lol
I'm going to give it some time and let the keggle conversion pass before I tell her about my plans to build a pole barn that I want to use as my brewery/pub.
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DrunkSixstring78 wrote:You should combine your other hobbies into one big one. Hop in your kayak with your gun and go shoot some fish. lol
Alternatively, you can buy the turkey fryer set up mentioned earlier there, which comes with a 7 gallon aluminum pot AND a propane burner for the same price.