16 Brick Rocket Stove

 

For a while now my wife has wanted to try some new methods of outdoor cooking.  So yesterday, I built her a 16 brick rocket stove.  It is simple and easy to build.  The stove was quite efficient and able to bring water to a boil quickly while consuming a small amount of wood.  The stove works quite well on twigs and small scraps of wood you would normally ignore if you were building a campfire.

With dry wood, the stove produced very little smoke and reminded me of a Dakota Hole.  My wife is now going to do some cooking on it and we will publish the results in the near future.

Here is a video of me making and lighting the stove.

Howard

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4 Responses to 16 Brick Rocket Stove

  1. David says:

    Nice. Are these fire bricks or regular bricks?

  2. admin says:

    These were some paving bricks, the kind used for walk ways.

  3. Wyoming Steve says:

    Howdy,
    In the first photo with the cookie sheet on the stove, I would recommend placing a spacer under your cooking utensil so that it will vent properly. I use a couple of pieces of rebar, but most anything can be used.

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