When Australians decide to build an offset smoker, they don't mess about! If you're looking for a solid and sturdy Texas-style smoker without breaking the budget, then the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker BBQ is the logical choice! Please see videos below.
Simply use either wood or charcoal to heat the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker and add flavoured chunks or chips for extra smoke and flavour. For added durability, this smoker is constructed out of 3-4mm thick steel, is coated with high temperature paint, has wood grates on the base to lift your fire from the base of the unit and has stainless steel grilling racks.
On both sides of the cooking chamber, you'll find 2 small holes designed for a temperature probe to be inserted through and into your meat so you'll be sure to get a perfect cook each and every time.
The Flaming Coals Offset Smoker weighs in at a sturdy 121kg (that's more than 260lbs of BBQ Love!)
- Use with wood or charcoal
- Large 100mm diameter chimney with adjustable damper and cool touch damper handle
- 3x Fire box vents to adjust air-flow
- Heat management plates to disburse the heat more evenly
- 3mm and 4mm steel construction
- Heat-resistant paint
- Solid lid handles with stay-cool springs
- Wood storage shelf
- Slide-out ash tray
- Strong tube legs and steel wheels
- 3 temperature gauges
- 5mm thick stainless steel cooking grills
- 2 temperature probe holes with latch to close the holes if necessary
- Warming shelf on firebox
- Firebox: 48cm x 44cm
- Cooking Chamber: 104cm x 50cm
- Total length (including handles) 169cm
- Weight 121kg
2 year warranty on the construction of the body
(Price includes VAT and mainland UK delivery)
Introducing the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker
A video introduction to the features and benefits of Flaming Coals' Texas-style Offset Smoker.
How to Assemble the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker
A video run-through of how to unpack and setup the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker. To help us get a handle on the best way to approach its assembly, we built one a couple of times but in different ways.
- This is a really sturdy beast, so we strongly recommend that you don't attempt to assemble it by yourself.
- Don't destroy the cardboard packaging while unpacking the smoker. It will come in very handy for placing underneath parts, etc. during assembly.
- For us, following the Owners Manual at the same time as reviewing this video made understanding the assembly steps much easier - the video has a few helpful cheats, too.
- Not only is this a sturdy beast, the various parts fit tightly together once assembled - as they should. Based on our experience, you'll need to keep the leg and firebox bolts loose (including the 6x that hold the two halves of the firebox together) until after the Firebox Bracket has been attached to the Firebox (Owners Manual, Step 14c / Video, 2m:35s); then tighten everything up. We found that taking weight off the legs by lying the smoker on its back, on cardboard packaging, taking care not to damage the exterior, helped greatly at this stage.
- If the bolt holes on the Firebox Plate and Firebox are slightly out of alignment, a screwdriver shaft inserted between them should enable you to gently lever them into place.
- It looks (and you'll feel) awesome once built!
How to Season the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker
It is really important that your offset smoker is properly seasoned before first use. This video takes you through the steps of seasoning your Flaming Coals Offset Smoker.
How to Clean the Flaming Coals Offset Smoker
Keeping any smoker/barbecue/grill free from grease or fat deposits and stale meat juices not only extends their working lives but also avoids tainting the food with unpleasant odours. Importantly, it also reduces the risk of a grease/fat fire! The important thing is to strike balance between keeping it clean and avoiding removal of the smoky seasoning that builds up over time. This video shows you how.