Reviews and Ratings Of Grills, Smokers, Barbecue Pits, & Outdoor Ovens

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PlaceholderBig upright box smoker with a black body and two stainless steel doors up front
The standard Backwoods Competitor comes with stainless doors and latches, the new low profile smoke stack, non-removable water pan and splatter guard. Overall dimensions are 55" tall including the stack, 24"wide, 32" deep. Cooking chamber is 29" tall, 20" wide, and 20" deep. Holds 8 racks 19.5" x 19.5" spaced 3 inches apart and an additional 7 racks can be added. Here's a Backwoods... Read More
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PlaceholderCubical charcoal smoker from the front with black body and two front stainless steel doors
A nifty feature on this model is the optional inlet/outlet ball valve on the side that can be attached to a hose to keep the water pan filled, and then makes draining the pan easy. Here's a Backwoods Smoker video from our pal, Malcom Reed, with HowToBBQRight.com.  Be sure to subscribe to The How To BBQ Right YouTube channel here. Outside dimensions: 40" tall including the stack, 24"... Read More
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PlaceholderBlack cubical charcoal smoker looks like a safe
In 2013 Backwoods introduced their G2 line, a revision and upgrade of their superb BBQ smokers. The G2 Chubby is the smallest model, although larger than the original Backwoods Chubby. G2 models are made from a heavier 20 gauge corrosion resistant steel and powder coated in black only. This should make sure rust is never a problem. Here's a Backwoods Smoker video from our pal, Malcom... Read More
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PlaceholderCabinet smoker with front doors open to show the shiny steel interior and cooking racks
In 2013 Backwoods introduced their G2 line, a revision and upgrade of their superb BBQ smokers. The G2 Party is a mid-size model, although larger than the original Backwoods Party. G2 models are made from a heavier 20 gauge corrosion resistant steel and powder coated in black only. This should make sure rust is never a problem. Here's a Backwoods Smoker video from our pal, Malcom Reed,... Read More
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PlaceholderTall black rectangular cabinet smoker with two doors in front
The Backwood's Party Smoker. Exterior dimensions are 48" tall including the stack, 24" deep, 20" wide. The cooking chamber is 25" high, 16.5" deep, 15.5 wide. It comes with 6 removable 16.5" x 15.5" cooking grates 4" apart and it can hold up to 18 slabs of baby back ribs, 12 slabs of St. Louis style ribs, 6 to 8 large briskets or 8 to 10 Boston butts. If you are a competition BBQ cook,... Read More
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PlaceholderCubical black charcoal smoker with two stainless steel doors in front
This smallest model will fit nicely in any back yard, but don't be surprised to see them popping up at BBQ competitions as well. Outside dimensions are 32" tall including the stack, 22.5" deep, and 22" wide. The cooking chamber is 13" high, 17" deep, and 16" wide.  There are 4 removable racks 16.5" x 15.5" separated by 3" and it comes with two extra shelf sliders for more flexible... Read More

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