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The Brinkmann Smoker Double BBQ Grill Garden Gift Set


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  • BBQ, Smoker, Grill and Oven
  • High Quality Steel
  • Porcelain coated steel water pan
  • 2,389 sq. cm. cooking area across 2 premium chrome plated cooking grills
  • Height: 90cm, Width: 44.5cm, Grill Diameter: 39cm
  • Thermometer Heat Indicator on Dome lid

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The Brinkmann Smoker Double BBQ Grill Garden Gift Set + Hickory BBQ Smoking Wood Chips + Apple Wood Barbecue Smoking Wood Chips
Price For All Three: £94.89

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 71.8 x 83.8 x 73.3 cm ; 9 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 23 Kg
  • Delivery Destinations: Visit the Delivery Destinations Help page to see where this item can be delivered.
  • Item model number: 810-5301-C
  • ASIN: B000LNTPIO
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 27 Aug 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,839 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

The Brinkmann Smoker BBQ Grill is the No1 best selling Smoker BBQ in America. The fantastic Brinkmann Smoker as a complete set, ideal as a gift.Our great value gift set includes:# Brinkmann Smoker.# Oak Wood Chips - 1.2 Ltr Tub.# Cherry Wood Chips - 1.2 Ltr Tub.It is very flexible and is a great and cost effective way of cooking outdoors the American way. In the USA they call this Barbecuing, which is low heat, slow cooking and smoking at the same time. Big joints of meat can be smoked on the Brinkmann Smoker - this method of Grilling or smoking makes the food tender, juicy and very tasty.The Brinkmann Smoke n Grill can also be used to grill or BBQ in the traditional way - in fact it can be used as an outdoor oven or even as a steamer. Water smoking uses water in a bowl above the charcoal with the wood chips thrown directly onto the charcoal, you then have your food above the water bowl on a grill. This method provides a slow way to cook and smoke whilst ensuring the food remains moist and tender.Constructed of Powder Coated steel for heat and rust resistance. Convenient front hinged door allows easy monitoring of water and charcoal pan. Converts in seconds to a waist high charcoal grill.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By IGL0410 on 26 May 2013
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If your looking for something a little bit more than a burger and sausage cremator then this for you. We have now had this bbq a fortnight and have smoked beef, pork, chicken and ribs and they have all been absolutely delicious. Couple of top tips - use boiling water or heat whatever liquid you are using and top up with hot and this will help ensure the smoker keeps a steady temperature throughout the cooking. Purhase a chimney starter as this is a great bit of kit and will ensure the coals are at a perfect temperature for cooking, also use for topping up. Buy some welders mits which will enable you to lift the charcoal bowl up to use as a bbq once you have finished smoking your larger pieces of meat. Really simple to put together and good quality but the bolts for the door where too small and the door fell off on second use, we replaced with bigger bolts, cost pennies and 2 minutes to fix so no big deal but may be worth doing before first use. Worth noting it works great as a traditional bbq especially when using the chimney starter. Also try to resist the urge to have look every half hour, use the temperature gauge as your guide as a rough guide the liquid will need topping up a couple of times during a 6hr smoke.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Laurie on 5 July 2012
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New to food smoking - we did get on with the product very well with our first hot smoking. I, admittedly, did research and reading before setting fire to the bowl of wood - having first bought half a dozen smoking and curing books, but firing the smoker went almost smoothly along with what I anticipated from my reading. It worked. While the pork was cooking on the lower grill, we did vegetables on the top with a small tortilla for tapas. So yes we were happy, and I am now not entirely convinced that it was necessary to do all that reading - the brief manual is probably enough. The food was flavourful and moist, and the cooking was fun. We are playing with the idea of smoking the christmas goose in it at christmas. However, an 8-10 hour smoke, and the ambient temperature very different to a warm (possibly the only warm) day in May, with 6 hungry guests, I might just reconsider.

Two slight comments: Putting it together is a pfaff, and it arrived short of a couple nuts and bolts. So do have some spares on hand. And the construction is flimsier than it looks in the pictures - I was picturing the quality of our Weber Kettle - its not. But then its not Weber cost, either. The manual says a bowl of wood will last 5-6 hours - it doesn't. It needs a lot of monitoring: the wood needs regular tending, and the bowl of water refilling (we used a watering can) - but that is part of the fun. So enjoy it.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Patrick McCarthy on 28 May 2012
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I bought the Brinkmann Smoker as I've long been intrigued by the possibility of producing authentic American-style barbecue at home. I tested it out for the first last Saturday and was not disappointed: I whipped me up a batch of real down home style pulled pork that vanished quickly enough to tell me that I was doing something right.

The Brinkmann works brilliantly as a standard kettle barbecue as well and can be converted very quickly and easily.
Grills burgers, sausages etc well.

The product was delivered in a timely fashion, in good condition and matched the description exactly. In short, the Brinkmann smoker produces delicious, tender 'cue but does require a lot of attention and patience (2kg of pork shoulder took about 7hrs to cook). If you're willing to put in the time and are looking for some serious flavour then it is definitely a worthwhile investment.

However, the Brinkmann does require constant monitoring and the fire bowl lacks ventilation and is difficult to access as part of the standard set-up. Luckily, a wealth of simple modifications can be made to remedy these issues and after locating some of these on the internet I'm fixin' to smoke up a brisket this weekend.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By pete70 on 31 July 2012
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in its standard form this gadget does not keep a decent cooking temperature.
due to lack of air in charcoal bowl it soon fills up with ash and is difficult to get to while food is cooking,
I am in the process of modifying mine putting a grate in the bowl and drilling air holes in the base fitting the same with weber parts.to control air flow.
it requires continual attention, the water soon boils away and it eats charcoal faster than the flying scotsman.
I looked at the webber smokey mountain first but at the price too much for me albeit a far better quality.
however the food produced with patience, is very tasty.
I am going to make a steel chute to add hot coals throgh the little door this should be a help
boiling water can be poured from the top
the instructions in the booklet are inadequate
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D on 21 July 2013
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I do like it... But... It requires constant attention. The problem I find is is keep going out and has to be blown on lots. Which burns my face and fills my lungs with smoke.
Makes good food though.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By miss y richardson on 20 Aug 2014
Does work and produce lovely soft flavoured meat, but and it's a big one, we did a small pork fillet and a small chicken to start and good god make sure u have unlimited charcoal or wood, it took 3 bags of charcoal (big bags)and tubs and tubs of flavoured wood, 12 hours of constantly filling up and water, more and 16 hrs for a small brisket, which was lovely but the day u lose just tending to it and the cost out ways the results, ours now just looks good in the garden and a talking point but I wud look else where if ur buying one, not the best sorry! Cud of bought a whole cow with what it cost to cook one small joint!
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