Smoke Hollow 38 inch 2 door vs Masterforge 50.15 inch 2 door vs Masterbuilt vertical propane/charcoa

Discussion in 'Propane Smokers' started by physasst, Jul 18, 2013.

  1. Masterbuilt vertical 2 door propane/charcoal

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  2. Masterforge 50.15 inch 2 door propane

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  3. Smoke Hollow 38 inch 2 door propane.

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  1. physasst

    physasst Newbie

    Which to buy?

    I am somewhat new to smoking, although have been doing some over the past year. Last year, I got a Brinkmann 5 in 1 grill with the sideburner, 5 burner grill, rotisserie burner and included propane smoker.

    Been smoking ribs, butts, etc.

    So what's the problem? The cabinet in the Brinkmann is small. It's hard to cook much cause there just isn't room.

    So, I've taken a look at the Smoke Hollow and like it, but I've also seen the Masterbuilt and Masterforge models as well.

    Which one would y'all recommend? And why?

    Oh, and greetings.
     
  2. daveomak

    daveomak Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    physasst, morning and welcome to the forum.......

    Please take a moment and stop into " /Roll Call/   " and introduce yourself and get a proper welcome from our members.... Also, if you would note your location in your profile, it will help in the future when answering questions about smokin'...   elevation, humidity etc....    

    We're glad you stopped in and joined our group...    Enjoy the long smokey ride....     Dave
     
  3. callaway

    callaway Newbie

    I also looked at these smokers and went with the Smoke Hollow 38".  Be careful about the measuments.  The Smoke Hollow cabinet is actually 38" tall but the Master Forge includes the legs and chimney to arrive at their 50.15" height (cabinet is only 34" or 35").  Also, the Smoke Hollow is 20" wide while the Master Forge is around 16 or 17".
     

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