off set smoker (NZ)

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chilli
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off set smoker (NZ)

Post by chilli » Thu May 12, 2016 5:12 pm

Hi all
In NZ we have almost no offset smokers available. Yoder was available for a while but is now hard to get but can be inported from Aus on order. you can imagine what that adds to the cost.
There is available a "Texas Original Pit" this has a horizontal barrel and a vertical barrel at the end. I like the idea of the added vertical barrel for slow cool smoke. Anybody had any experience with this?


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off set smoker (NZ)

Post by Pesto3 » Mon May 16, 2016 9:53 pm

I haven't but they are an interesting looking smoker. Sorry I can't shed any light on there performance. I would say they wouldn't be much different then a normal offset smoker.


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Re: off set smoker (NZ)

Post by Davo » Mon May 16, 2016 10:48 pm

chilli wrote:Hi all
In NZ we have almost no offset smokers available. Yoder was available for a while but is now hard to get but can be inported from Aus on order. you can imagine what that adds to the cost.
There is available a "Texas Original Pit" this has a horizontal barrel and a vertical barrel at the end. I like the idea of the added vertical barrel for slow cool smoke. Anybody had any experience with this?
I think that the vertical barrels on some smokers are more or less warmers..to keep meat warm after the initial smoking.

We have also a couple of new Australian offset fabricators doing great work here and have had many of their smokers do great stuff at the comps as well as catering.

Radar Hill Smokers: http://radarhillsmokers.com.au/

Silver Creek Smokers: https://www.facebook.com/silvercreeksmokersAU/ (if you're on facebook...his website doesn't seem to be loading)

Problem is shipping them across the pond....might be a bit exxy for just one unit.

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Re: off set smoker (NZ)

Post by Grill Pro Australia » Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:16 pm

chilli wrote:
Thu May 12, 2016 5:12 pm
Hi all
In NZ we have almost no offset smokers available. Yoder was available for a while but is now hard to get but can be inported from Aus on order. you can imagine what that adds to the cost.
There is available a "Texas Original Pit" this has a horizontal barrel and a vertical barrel at the end. I like the idea of the added vertical barrel for slow cool smoke. Anybody had any experience with this?
BBQs and More in New Zealand are now the exclusive stockist of Yoder Smokers in New Zealand and now Yoder is really easy to get in NZ. :D

They currently have stock of both Yoder Offset Smokers & Yoder Pellet and a full 40' container is now on the way to Auckland from Yoder in Kansas USA and due to arrive around mid-late July 2018

Check them out at http://www.bbqsandmore.co.nz/bbq-grills ... rills.html

The RRP prices should also be coming down when this container arrives.

Contact Chris at BBQs and More in NZ at: [email protected]

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