Build Your Own Backyard Smoker – DIY



15 Responses to “Build Your Own Backyard Smoker – DIY”

  1. Daniel says:

    Where are the written out instructions for the backyard smoker? All I see is pictures… words would be very helpful.

    • limmeny says:

      and PLEASE post in FEET – not meters

      • anhzano says:

        PLEASE don’t be American – only non-Americans

      • Sean says:

        I have to disagree … Written instructions would be nice good too, but I’m very happy to find the meters! Too many directions I find are only in feet, and meters really are a much easier way to go since I moved to Europe. Makes all my old construction projects seem so much more complicated.

      • Mike says:

        nearly the whole world uses meters – if you are a backwards yankee living in a backwards country – you do the conversion

        entitled yankees always want the world to d things their way – god damn global bullies

    • Robin says:

      I have to agree with Daniel. Written instructions would be good. What kind of pipe are you using? What length? Would we be able to use woodstove piping?

  2. Aroha says:

    Hi. Very interested in your site.

  3. Gerardo says:

    Also, where would you get there little door ?

  4. Louann Schildknecht says:

    description of the materials would be really handy so that a person gets the right materials the first time and don’t burn the fields around me down

  5. Lonnie says:

    Yes word would help out alot on how to build it like the measurements how deep is the fire pit how long is the smile tunnel

  6. Derek says:

    A picture is worth a thousand words. I think it was a little too wordy.

  7. Rein says:

    perfectly presented. who did not understand how to get ready. can buy from me

  8. cELlery Blackrock says:

    HEY, FOLKS: Please GOOGLE: how to build a backyard smokehouse

  9. Frederick says:

    So please tell me because I have heard that meats cannot be smoked in the summer and fall.
    I think it has something to do with too much exterior heat increasing the total heat within the smoke box.
    Supposedly, meats can only be safely smoked during winter months in temps below 60 degrees. Cold Smoking v hor smoking????

    Could someone with knowledge answer this question for me?

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