Britt's Barbecue stopped making smokers in 2008. The Jedmaster 2635 Legend was popular with some of the top cooks on the BBQ competition circuit.
The Legend is a flip-top charcoal fueled rotisserie grill/smoker combo with three 9" x 28" chrome plated cooking surfaces (pictured). Made of heavy 14 gauge, powder-coated carbon steel. There is a commercial grade thermometer mounted in the hood. Pullout firebox with a large access door and removable ash pan. Their patented "Ring of Fire" firebox is quite clever. The charcoal is loaded in a ring with wood chunks on top. One end is lit and it burns around in a circle. Two large stainless shelves on the left and right. Needs access to 110 volt electricity to run the rotisserie. Available with or without wheels. It even has tie down loops for hauling it around in your pickup.
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Britt's Barbecue, owned by James Britt, manufactured Jedmaster competition cookers, which were popular with with some of the top cooks on the competition circuit. In 2008 Jedmaster folded and Britt retired soon after. A lot of Jedmasters are still in use.