Tag Archives: Esbit

Stoves for your Bug Out Bags

Here is a post from C.E. Harris on the U.S. Military Natick cookers and Alcohol stoves.  This time I have taken the liberty of addin a few comments at the end. I have several of the US Army “Natick cookers” … Continue reading

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A Review of the Esbit Alcohol Stove and Cook Set

  In the past, I have written a blog on the Esbit Alcohol stove, today I have experimented with the alcohol cook set that is made by Esbit.  This consists of the alcohol stove, a windscreen and a cook pot … Continue reading

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Alcohol Stoves

I spent the morning playing with a couple of alcohol stoves.  They are the Esbit Alcohol Burner and the Swedish Army Trangia Stove.  Both burn denatured alcohol or methanol.  Denatured Alcohol is easy to find and cheaper to use than … Continue reading

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