Best Weber Smokey Mountain Charcoal Smokers


weber 18.5 Smokey Mtn Cooker Grill Porcelain-enameledbowl, lid, and water pan Cooking area = 726 square inches Two heavy-duty, plated-steel cooking grates Lid thermometer Four no-rust aluminum ventsNo-rust aluminum fuel door One glass-reinforcednylon handle Premium-grade cover included Webercookbook Two glass-reinforced nylon handles
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If you are serious about getting authentic smokehouse flavored meats at home, you need to buy these Weber charcoal smokers for the perfect slow-cooked barbecue. The Weber 731001 or older Weber 2820 has a 22.5 inch diameter that allows you to smoke an entire turkey and ham together. If you are planning for large parties and gatherings, choose the bigger 22.5 inch Weber charcoal smoker instead of the smaller 18.5 inch Weber 721001.



Weber Smokey Mountain Charcoal Smokers


Cooking area = 481 square inches compared to the Weber 731001 above
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New in 2014, the 14.5-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker (SMC) is uniquely scaled-down in size and budget friendly. This water smoker is just right for beginners looking to experience the delicious advantages of low and slow cooking with a smoker. It also fits the bill for anyone smoking smaller cuts of meat for intimate gatherings. The SMC features an innovative temperature grommet, which allows you to accurately monitor the heat inside the smoker without opening the door. The Weber family of Smokey Mountain Cooker Smokers also includes 18.5-inch and 22.5-inch models.
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Cheap smokers are difficult to use because they have poor temperature control and it is easy to ruin your meat. When you check out the reviews for Weber Smokey Mountain charcoal smokers, most users will mention that these cookers can maintain the temperature within a very tight range and you do not have to adjust it once set. If you needed some help and tips to use your Weber grilling smoker, there is always the online Weber website and bulletin board.

We highly recommend to buy a WSM grilling smoker which is easy to use, high-quality and comes with a 10-year limited warranty from Weber. This is actually the best way to start enjoying barbecued turkey and hams at home.



Weber Chimney Starters, Apple Chunks, Rib Racks


Weber’s chimney starter makes starting your charcoal a snap. It also cuts down the amount of time it takes for the coals to get ready. Just load up our extra large cannister full of coals, light up a fire starter or crinkled up newspaper, and set the cannister over the flame. In a matter of minutes the coals will be red hot. Who ever thought it could be so easy?
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Get grilling sooner with our odorless, non-toxic fuel cubes that light easily, even when wet. This is the ideal companion for any charcoal grill. Box of 24 cubes. Fast lighting, environmentally safe and smokeless. Can also be used in any well-ventilated indoor or outdoor wood-burning fireplace.
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Wood chunks are great for adding wood smoke flavor to foods, or they can be the perfect alternative to charcoal briquettes as a heat source for grilling. Apple wood gives a slightly sweet, fruity smoke flavor that is great for poultry, game birds and pork (especially ham).
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Maximize grill space by standing up slabs of ribs and chicken quarters. Made of plated steel. Fits all 22-1/2-inch or larger charcoal grills and all Weber full-size cart model gas grills.
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Made of durable aluminized steel, these holders allow for convenient indirect cooking. Fits 22-1/2-inch Bar-B-Kettle, One-Touch and Master-Touch charcoal grills. One pair
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Convert any 22-1/2″ kettle into a rotisserie cooker. Includes a heavy-duty electric motor with a wooden rod handle for safe handling and a counterbalance for smooth turning and less motor wear.
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Designed to aid in cleaning the ash from 18.5-inch and 22.5-inch Smokey Mountain Cooker. Allows you to empty the cooker without disassembly. Made of stainless steel.
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Weber 18 1/2 Smokey Mountain Charcoal Smoker Chamber
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