Pit Barrel Cooker Company

The Pit Barrel Cooker Company is a family-owned business established in 2010 in Strasburg, Colorado. Their flagship product, The Pit Barrel Cooker, may be the first upright drum smoker, commonly known as an Ugly Drum Smoker, that has been marketed and sold for under $300 fully assembled.

Affectionately referred to as The PBC, it has proven to be a phenomenon in the residential outdoor cooking world. Aspiring backyard pit bosses who previously struggled with cheap offset and bullet smokers,  are astonished to discover the best smoked meats they ever made can now be produced effortlessly on this magic drum. Scroll down to read the numerous raves from PBC aficionados.

Street: 
13011 W Hwy 42 Suite 206
City: 
Prospect
Zip: 
40059
Country: 
USA
Contact First name: 
Noah
Contact Last Name: 
Glanville
Business Phone: 
303-249-9069
State / Province: 
KY
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