So I'm getting my 10gal system together. I still need to cut the top off this keg (free!), been putting that off. I'm hoping I can sit the mash tun on a big garbage can I have (that's sanitary right? ) to drain it in to the kettle. Worst case I could carry each sparge outside and dump it in. I need a way to heighten the boil kettle so I can siphon or drain into fermenters or my small pot since it's shorter and wider (probably siphon, I'm cheap), then dump in the bucket. Do you think the legs of the burner would create too much concentrated pressure on cinder blocks, or do you think it would be fine? Burner, keg, and ~13gal of wort. Any better (cheap) ideas? I'll use my 8gal kettle for heating sparge water on the stove. I've heated 7+gal multiple times for big 5gal batches. I have a wort chiller, 50' of 3/8". Wish it was 1/2" or more, oh well. I still need to wrap it around a corny keg to fit the 1/2barrel keg dimension better. Wrapping it around an Ale Pail worked great for my wider boil pot. Anything I'm forgetting? Any suggestions?