Q views of my just completed reverse flow

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nwbhoss, Oct 10, 2016.

  1. nwbhoss

    nwbhoss Smoking Fanatic

    I thought I should post a few pictures of my 500 gallon reverse flow smoker I recently finished building. I have a few cooks under my belt with thing now and I couldn't be happier! I love cooking on this thing it works perfectly and using a stick burner over my propane setup makes such better food it is not even in the same league.
    Here is the completed smoker before I moved it into the barn
    My first smoke was 2 huge Briskets and about 50lbs of pulled pork! I didn't get much of a Q view because I was worried about opening the doors to take pictures. Here are the Briskets
    Next smoke was some wicked beans and ribs and hot wing style chicken
    I made some ABT's the same day as well
    Gotta love having room for a lot of food!
    Chicken and ABT's ready to come out.

    I am loving cooking on this stick burner! Everyone asks me if I wish it was not so big and to be honest it is just as easy to cook a couple chicken breasts on it as it is to use my Webber and much better flavor it only takes about 1/2 hour to get up to temp and I can cook 2lbs or 200lbs and it is fun to use.
  2. nwbhoss

    nwbhoss Smoking Fanatic

    I have only used cherry wood so far and I love the color and flavor it has put into everything I have cooked with it.
    Ribs and beans
    This last night's teriyaki chicken
    smokinal, betaboy and seenred like this.
  3. betaboy

    betaboy Meat Mopper

    That is one heck of a smoker you made there! Looks like you did a great job, and it cooks very well too!

    Points for all of it! [​IMG]
  4. seenred

    seenred Smoking Guru Group Lead OTBS Member

    That pit is a beauty!  And it looks like it cooks like a boss!  Nice build, and terrific looking qviews!  [​IMG]


  5. smokinal

    smokinal Smoking Guru Staff Member Moderator OTBS Member ★ Lifetime Premier ★

    I agree with the above!

    Great build & point worthy for sure!

  6. I'm really diggin' the horseshoe handles for the grates...outstanding touch!   [​IMG]
  7. nwbhoss

    nwbhoss Smoking Fanatic

    Thanks I used them on the door handles and vent handles also. 

    I figure after pulling the shoes off my horses why waist them? 
  8. hardcookin

    hardcookin Master of the Pit

    Nice smoker build! I agree that it is nice to have room to spread out.
  9. rstroup10

    rstroup10 Fire Starter

    Smoker looks great. I'm starting on my smoker build. (2) 500 gallon side by side on a trailer. What brand and size thermometers did you use!

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