- Product Dimensions: 43.2 x 48.9 x 93.3 cm ; 15 Kg
- Boxed-product Weight: 12 Kg
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- Item model number: 852-7080-E
- ASIN: B000AYQN0W
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 July 2011
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,379 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)
Brinkmann Gourmet Charcoal BBQ Smoker and Barbecue Grill.
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- Charcoal Smoker and BBQ grill with thermometer in domed lid
- 2 chrome-plated steel cooking grills can hold up to 50 pounds of food
- Front-hinged door and porcelain-coated steel water pan - aluminized-steel charcoal pan
- Stay-cool wooden handles for safe transport
- Converts to a waist height grill easily.
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The Gourmet Charcoal Smoker Grill is our top-of-the-line double grill charcoal water smoker and BBQ Grill. It has two chrome plated steel cooking grills for a 50 pound cooking capacity. The smoker body lifts off the base for easy access to an extra-large charcoal pan, and also allows for quick and easy conversion to a waist high barbecue grill. A heat indicator in the lid eliminates guesswork. Features include porcelain coated steel water pan, front hinged door for easy access to water and charcoal pans (enables you to top up charcoal with no fuss for low and slow cooking of large meat joints), and wooden handles that stay cool to the touch.
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Top Customer Reviews
i have done beer can chicken with Budweiser and jack Daniels wood chips stunning and real juicy. burger sausage belly pork even cooked frozen half chickens all cooked to perfection and all stunning
only yesterday i cooked a 6lb brisket on the bone with a bbq marinade and a bud filled water pan 9hrs of cooking but well worth the wait you will become a rock star with your friends after they eat your food. you just get the temp up stick the chips on wet or dry put the meat on cover it and walk away its that easy no need to lift the lid and turn,baste and fiddle with things just keep adding coals to keep the heat up and add wood chips to keep it smoking... thinking of cooking the Christmas turkey on it too cant wait...
The top rack is great for burgers and unlike other BBQs I have owned less likely to burn stuff as the rack is further away from the coals than on a trough type one. I am going to try it as a cold smoker later in the year.
you can find smoking recipes all over the net so dont bother buying any books.
beer can chicken yesterday, absolutely bloomin' gorgeous
First thoughts were it was decent build quality & very easy to assemble. I didn't plan on using it until my brother was next over so didn't do anything with it immediately.
I have since done 5 cooks on it. The first and last were good, great even, but for totally different reasons. The ones in the middle were really stressful. The first was good because I kept it pretty easy and did some chicken thighs which needed 2 hours. Using the Weber long lasting coals, this was easy. After buggering around getting the coals lit, I was up and running. I use a gas BBQ (Weber) normally and these coals take a while to catch and get up to heat. I resolved to buy the Weber chimney, which is great. Cook no's 2, 3 & 4 were really long cooks (pork shoulder, ribs, brisket) and they were all hard work. The main issue was maintaining heat as it dipped so fast later in the cook. Clearly getting air to the coals at the base was the issue as the design & function of this is pretty simple. The issue is that on a long cook the coals turn to ash and essentially take all the heat out of the newly added coals. I am certainly no expert so there's a chance that this is known to the world but it wasn't to me and I researched this quite a bit. I solved it by buying a heavy duty 14" grill grate that was raised from the base but not as high as the pan the coal sits in. This meant that ash fell through and new coals could be out on top of the great rather than the old coals.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is my second Brinkman smoker. The first one I had lasted several years and used it quits oftrn as I had a catering company in NY and many of my offerings consisted of grilled... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Wayne B Lyons
Arrived very quickly easy to put together. not happy with the heating gage had to buy a better heating gage from a different supplier. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dwight mcdonald
Very good for the price! We have done a smoked chicken & a pork shoulder - both turned out delicious. Worth buyer quality charcoal though.Published 2 months ago by K. Moran
Good starter smoker, I bought this because I didn't want to spend a lot of money and to see how much use I got from it as I had never bbq/smoked before. Read morePublished 4 months ago by readanotherone
An excellent product. Must follow the instruction to condition the smoker, this important. I used it several times and I recommend briquettes rather than lumpwood charcoal, it... Read morePublished 6 months ago by wdgh