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    Discontinued Brinkmann   Smoke 'N Grill Charcoal Smoker and Grill

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      The Brinkmann Smoke N' Grill features a high-gloss black finish and cold-rolled steel construction for durability and easy cleaning. Cook your favorite turkey, ham, and roast to perfection on two chrome-plated steel cooking grates. The front hinged door grants easy access to both cooking levels while the wood handles stay cool to the touch. The Smoke N’ Grill’s porcelain-coated charcoal pan can hold up to 10 pounds, allowing extended cooking times and making this the most popular smoker and grill on the market.

      • Assembled dimension: 21 in. W x 17 in. D x 33 in. H
      • Heavy-gauge, cold-rolled steel construction resists warping out of shape
      • Rolled edges on the body add structural strength
      • 2 chrome-plated steel cooking grids can hold turkeys, hams and roasts
      • High-gloss black finish for easy cleaning
      • Removable ash catcher for convenient disposal
      • Porcelain-coated steel charcoal and water pan can hold up to 10 lb. of charcoal for long cooking times
      • Heat indicator and front-hinged chrome door for your convenience
      • Includes heat thermometer to help you create the ideal cooking temperature
      • 378 sq. in. cooking space can hold up to 50 lb. of meat
      • Protect your investment with a grill cover (sold separately)
    • Specifications
      Assembled Depth (in.) :
      17 in
      Assembled Height (in.) :
      33 in
      Assembled Width (in.) :
      21 in
      Cooking space (sq. in.) :
      Grill/Smoker Features :
      No Additional Features
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    • Reviews

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      85% of customers recommend this product
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      • Perfect for beginners!
      • June 11, 2013
      • Recommended Product

      I, like many, had my doubts due to the low price of the Brinkmann Smoke N Grill. This is my first smoker, and I didn't want to spend a lot learning how to barbeque. However, after a few simple modifications, this smoker does everything I need it to and works great! My first attempt to smoke a 4 lb Boston Butt with the smoker fully assembled per the directions was a bust! I could never get the temp hot enough - even though the horrible gauge said it was in the "Ideal" range - and getting there was even tough. After I thought it was done (after 6 hours), it wasn't even close. Had to finish it off in the oven. Once I read the reviews on how to mod it, though, it works like a CHAMP! - I use Kingsford with Hickory charcoal as it burns longer and cleaner. Don't buy anything with lighter fluid already added as it messes with the taste. - I use wood chunks that have been soaked in water overnight (these work better and longer than wood chips). Here are the real tricks: - Put the legs on the outside instead of inside. This will allow you to lift the entire unit off of the charcoal base and allows you to add charcoal and wood MUCH more easily. - I drilled holes in the lip of the charcoal pan and added 10" carriage bolts (with locking nuts) to make "legs". This lifts the pan off the ground and helps airflow. - Drill several holes in the bottom of the charcoal pan to help air get in and ash get out. - Get a smaller grate to put in the pan to keep the charcoal from being smothered by ash. This also helps air flow. - BUY A REAL THERMOMETER and add it to the top of the unit. I noticed that even in the "Ideal" range, the temp was only 125 or 150 - not hot enough to be safe. I've also seen people get a second one and drill it by the door to get gauge on the mid-level grate. If you use only the provided gauge, you have to get it at least to the "L" in "Ideal" for it to be hot enough. - I've also seen some people add a damper to the lid (like you see on many regular charcoal grills) that you can open to let smoke out, but I have not seen a need for it. Overall, I probably spent about twenty bucks more to completely modify this smoker, and it now works better than smokers that cost three to four times as much! There are also videos on YouTube that show you these mods, but I've listed the best of them all here for your convenience. =) I highly recommend this and wish you years of happy smoking!

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      Atlanta, GA, USA
      25 to 34, Male
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