By: Max Good
The Stump’s Baby is their smallest gravity feed charcoal smoker. Built solid and well insulated with a 17.5″ width x 14.5″ height x 18.5″ depth internal cooking area. Thick 1800° insulation is enclosed in a double walled, 16 gauge welded housing. The door has a flexible, washable, high temp gasket and locking latch.
Baby can smoke 9 -12 slabs of ribs, or 6 butts, or 20 – 24 half chickens at once. Temperature range is said to be 175 – 450 degrees. It holds 6 pounds of charcoal in the chute and burns about one pound per hour at 225 degrees.
The Baby has three 18.25″ x 18.25″ framed expanded metal racks, removable ash pan and drip pan, four heavy duty casters and a BBQ Guru adaptor. Comes standard in black and custom colors are available.
“Stump’s don’t build no junk” is the motto of this fabricator specializing in cabinet style, gravity feed charcoal smokers. They also make grills, reverse flow cookers, trailers and other custom gear. Their gravity feed smokers are a staple at competitions and have led many a BBQ team to victory.
Sold direct and at a very limited number of online and brick and mortar dealerships.
Published On: 10/7/2014 Last Modified: 2/22/2021
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