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Hi, I am interested in building a rocket stove for outside that I can use for grilling food in the summer, and also for boiling maple sap in the winter/spring.  what would be a good design that would be condusive to that?  also, are red clay bricks sufficient?
 
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To answer your last question first: No, red clay bricks will not endure the temperatures of a rocket stove burn chamber.

Boiling maple sap is a long process, so your best option is a Batch Box. You are going to need skilled, experienced, help to get one right the first time, as they are complex. They can provide several hours of continuous high temperatures.
 
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Oh boy.  Well, I guess a rocket stove is out of the question.  I can't build it myself. At least now I know.  Could the red clay bricks work for a grill at least?
 
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