Greetings from The Great White North! (well, Calgary Alberta, Canada anyway)I'm looking to buy a smoker, and I'm beginning to realize that smokers and charcoal grills are a very rare (and I don't mean how I like my steak) item here in Canada. Most sales clerks look at me like I'm from Mars, and one informed me that they didn't have any grills that were charcoal, but did have one that was ceramic brick! Any way, I digress. I have located two smokers up here, both from Char Broil/New Braunfels. 1) is the NB American Gourmet Deluxe Smoker, and 2) is the Char Broil Silver Smoker. Could anyone out there give me some advice, or information on these two smokers? Any info on other resources in tracking down these elusive, nearly extinct beasts would be greatly appreciated! Thanks.
Also try Amazon or one of the grill/BBQ specific websites. I can't tell you much about the two you're looking at but unless they're perfect for you, why settle. In the age of the internet and free shipping find the one you really want, not the one you can get.
Howdy Papabear, welcome aboard. I would check the manufacture's websites for technical info. They usually have the owner's manuals available for download. I believe we have a few members with the CB silver smoker, so if you hang around they may be able to help you with other questions.
Welcome to the Board. There are numerous links to smoker manufacturers in the threads here on the Board. Also a Google search will bring you many links to smokers. I own a Brinkman and here is a link to their pages. http://www.thebrinkmanncorp.com/products.asp