Entry Level Smoker
Entry Level Smoker
The Smokey Oak Barbecue entry level smoker is here.
We have years of experience cooking on and designing offset smokers. We have tried to bring over as much of the unique Smokey Oak Barbecue features as possible. The entry level shares the same DNA as its 130-gallon big brother, features that cross over to the entry level are,
Roller oak handle.
150mm Water pan shelf.
Firebasket (insulated on the entry level).
Lifting eye style door stops.
Cast iron centre / polyurethane heavy duty castors.
10mm Fully Insulated Firebox Door with new latch system
We have a rusted patina finish on the firebox and cook chamber so we can ensure each one is the same.
Key Features and Benefits:
Affordability: Experience the joy of offset smoking at an unbeatable entry-level price. We believe that great barbecue shouldn't come with a hefty price tag.
Build Quality: Our offset smoker is constructed using high-grade materials, ensuring durability and longevity. It's built to withstand the test of time, allowing you to enjoy countless smoking sessions.
Heat Distribution: Achieve consistent heat throughout the cooking chamber, thanks to the design of our offset smoker.
Unique Firebox Design: Our entry level firebox has a unique semi insulated system to give you that temperature control without the cost of a fully insulated one.
Ample Cooking Space: With a spacious cooking area, you'll have plenty of room to smoke a variety of meats simultaneously.
To celebrate this exciting launch, we are offering an exclusive introductory gift of a Smokey Oak Barbecue branded Yeti cup. Don't miss out on this opportunity to own the ultimate entry-level offset smoker at an incredible value.
The order book is now open and we will close it at the end of October. Delivery will be on a first come first serve basis and you will have it before Christmas.
Shipping will be on a pallet and costed by location.
We offer shipping in a dedicated van / trailer. We can also export in heat treated crates if needed
When first firing up your pit run it at 22F5 / 107C for an hour and let it cool before going hotter, this allows the paint to cure.