I want to buy a little Coleman propane grill, if I used it for an hour each of the days there (4 hours) how much propane would I need for a 10,000. I have no idea what BTU's or any of that stuff is.
Still no one has answered this, karma to whoever can help me out
10,000 btu's is a pretty mild burner. I use a 50,000 btu burner for my homebrewing set-up. A tank lasts for a pretty long time. I'd still recommend bringing down a propane tank. Nothing is worse than running out of propane while food is on the grill.
You can just get the screw in canisters if you don't want to lug around a tank at the 'roo. One of those little tanks should last 2 hours with a 10,000 btu burner. They are cheap, too. Only about 10 bucks I beleive.