Myron Mixon Trailers come in small, medium and large sizes and can be ordered with any Mixon smoker(s) and a variety of options like grills, coolers, burners, storage, log baskets and sinks. BBQ accessories such as drawers, cocktail center, propane tank drawer, and ice maker are also available. We asked Commercial Sales Manager, David Mixon, if he noticed any particular setup that is typical or popular and tried to get a feel for pricing. “Trailers are highly customized”, he responded, ” we’ll make anything our customers want, but let’s say you go with a medium trailer, 60 inch smoker, cooler, sink and enclosed dry storage….that could run $19,000 to $20,000.” We’ll split the difference and use $19,500 for our MSRP to give you a median ballpark figure. Pricing can go up or down from there depending on your trailer size and wish list.
Mixon’s website has neat, interactive trailer pages that let you select and configure the features you want, and then send your creation to them via email for a quote. See the medium trailer overhead graphic below.
All Mixon equipment is top notch and made to with stand commercial and competition use. MM trailers come standard with heavy duty axels, LED lights and chrome wheels.
We based our cooking capacity listed below on the two 56.75″ x 21.75″ racks that come standard with Mixon’s 60″ Flatrack Smoker.
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2810 square inches
Extra Large and Commercial(about 138 burgers)
Myron Mixon Smokers
Few faces in the world of barbecue are as familiar as Myron Mixon, the “Winningest Man” in competitive barbecue and often referred to simply as “The King”. Mixon and brother Tracey learned the craft from their father, Jack Mixon, and started his namesake competition team, Jack’s Old South. As Pitmaster of Jack’s Old South, Mixon won over 180 grand championships, 30 state championships, 11 national championships, 4 world championships and represents the only team to win grand championships in the Memphis in May, Kansas City Barbecue Society, and Florida Barbecue Association contests in the same year. All totaled he has earned over 1800 trophies so far! In 2013 he was inducted into The Barbecue Hall Of Fame.
Mixon is the star of Destination America’s BBQ Pitmasters Series and author of the New York Times bestselling cookbook, “Smokin’ with Myron Mixon”. He also made numerous television appearances on shows including: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Conan, ABC’s Good Morning America, NBC’s TODAY show and QVC.
The best advice on how to make great barbecue came from his old man. “Daddy said to cook it ’til it’s done”, relates Mixon, “Now that may seem obvious, but you have guys who got up early and get impatient if it’s taking longer than expected. I don’t care if you drank a damn twelve pack, or it’s raining or whatever; you got friends and family waiting for some good barbecue. Cook it ’til it’s done”!
All Myron Mixon Smokers are made in the USA in Waterford, CT where Mixon has partnered with Rob Marelli, founder and CEO of Seconn Fabrication, (below). Seconn is an award winning facility that specializes in sheet metal, robotics and automation industries. Seconn clients include health care and military suppliers who demand quality and consistency to meet required specs and certifications.
Mixon and Marelli have an interesting history, partnership and friendship that melds old school southern barbecue with high tech engineering and manufacturing.
Published On: 9/8/2015
Last Modified: 7/10/2023
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