Masterbuilt Dual Fuel Smoker Review
Masterbuilt’s Dual Fuel Smoker has a “Flame Disc Bowl” located above the gas burner and under the water bowl. It can be used for wood chunks when smoking with gas or, alternatively, filled with charcoal. Hence the Dual Fuel moniker. It has one damper on each side at the bottom by the burner and flame disc bowl, and another on top at the back.
Two front doors facilitate replenishment of water and wood without opening the smoke box while cooking. The built in heat indicator is super low quality. As always, do yourself a favor and invest in an accurate digital thermometer. Check out our Searchable Thermometer Reviews to find one that fits your budget.
Many owners love these inexpensive smokers.
Dual Fuel Smoker
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Charcoal, Propane Gas, More Than One Fuel
734 square inches
Large (about 36 burgers)
Published On: 11/24/2014
Last Modified: 6/11/2021
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