Double Flame is the essence of portability and efficiency. Designed to burn forest debris, fallen branches, and scrap wood, Double Flame takes free wood sources and turns them into heat, light and cooking fuel.
Camping, tailgating, and outdoor adventures are where Double Flame shines.
Double Flame makes a great back-up fire pit for those that have an Ablaze, Zentro or Luxeve in their backyard, and want to bring the smokeless campfire experience with them on the road.
This page is devoted to the outdoors, off grid living, and other topics relating to the Double Flame lifestyle. Enjoy!
Cooking for a Group with a Fire Pit
Recently I was tasked with making burgers for 40+ people at a family gathering in Ontario. Luckily, I happened to have a couple of Double Flame fire pits for the task. Even though the grill surface area is relatively small (13 inches), each round of burgers didn’t take long because of the intense heat. IRead more
A Camping Fire Pit
Campfires are such an integral part of camping that it is almost impossible to imagine the perfect campsite without some flickering embers. We warm ourselves around them, roast marshmallows, and tell stories. They draw us together after the days activities end. Unfortunately, a conventional campfire is limited in function. Yes, you can sit around itRead more
NEW KETTLES: plus a recipe for apple crisp
We are happy to introduce a line of kettles to Breeo’s product inventory. These kettles and dutch ovens are the perfect match to our smoke-reducing, wood-burning fire pits. Their heavy-duty, fire-resistant build makes them the perfect accompaniment to any grilling fest. Whether you cook a stew, try out this baked bean recipe, or put inRead more
Making Coffee and Our New Office Manager
At Breeo Industries we do not make coffee with electricity. Doing that would be too un-adventurous. Instead, Making Coffee consists of firing up a Double Flame Fire Pit, boiling some water in a pot, and making coffee the old-fashioned way. Checkout this video of how we did it. We are also very excited to introduceRead more
Being able to live independent of grocery stores and electricity is something that holds at least a little fascination for most of us. We wonder about what is possible, and wonder what may one day be necessary. This concept is one that I have been toying with for years, especially with regard to food andRead more
Manufacturing Fire Pits
How about a quick tour of our manufacturing? Everything that we build at Breeo Industries is 100% American made, and we stand behind our quality. Manufacturing Fire Pits is all about longevity and standing up to the elements. Paint exposed to direct flame does not have a very long life, which is why the steelRead more
Plain ‘Ole Burgers over Fire
Sometimes the mood is right to cook something quick, easy and cheap. But still very, very yummy! This was the case last night on the Rethinking Fire Tour in Central California. So what was the solution? Some boring old frozen burger patties! Here’s what you need: -Double Flame smokeless wood fire pit with grill -FrozenRead more
Cowboy Steak on the Oregon Coast
On Saturday the Rethinking Fire Tour took us to the rugged and beautiful Oregon coastline. It is a place characterized by large mountains, moss covered trees, and the wide expanse of the pacific ocean. This far western coast of our Country has always been a place of pioneers and explorers, adventurers and pilgrims. It wasRead more
Fire Pit Cowboy Cooking in Wyoming
This past week the Rethinking Fire Tour took us through southern Wyoming on I-80. On Friday night we stopped at Medicine Bow National forest an hour or two before dark. We were hungry after traveling all day, so I decided to make a real cowboy-type meal to fit the setting that we were in. FirstRead more
Canada, Northern Pike, & Adventure!
This past week the Rethinking Fire Tour took us through northern Minnesota and into the far northwest tip of Ontario. On Saturday night some friends and us hiked back to a semi-remote and uninhabited lake. It was somewhat of an impromptu event and we had no food with us. All we had was several fishingRead more