December 6


The Pit Barrel Cooker Really Is A "Set It & Forget It" Smoker | Pit Barrel Cooker Review #bbq #grilling

By The Barbecue Lab

December 6, 2020

Pit Barrel Cooker

We walk you through the Pit Barrel Cooker top to bottom and side to side.

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📒Video Notes and Resources 📒

1️⃣ Pit Barrel Cooker:

2️⃣ Ash Pan (for easy ash cleanup):

3️⃣ PBC Cover:

4️⃣ Hinged Grate:

4️⃣ Turkey Hanger:

David’s Glove Setup:
Cut resistant gloves:
Nitrile gloves:

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  1. I've smoked turkeys for TG every year for the past 5 years. Because we have a big family, I've had to get 20+lbs birds, and got the hanger for it. I cannot say enough times how incredible they have come out…every time. It's a DEFINITE must for whole chickens and turkey.

  2. Great review you did. I have a pbc and love it. is the brisket as good on the grate vs hanging it?. Hung my first one with 3 hooks. Would like to try on grate. What is your opinion??. Keep up the good work.

  3. I have a question, I'm relatively new to the smoking game and I'm looking to upgrade out of my standard weber kettle that I've been learning on. I plan on getting both but about a year apart from one another but I'm trying to decide between a Weber smokey mountain and the PBC I want something that I can fire up for the first time and give me good meat but also something that I can continue to learn with and get better working with. What does the bbq lab recommend

  4. hello, please can you provide me, without haste, this pit barrel measures:
    – diameter of:
      all holes (inlet and 4 outlet ventilation)
    and bars
    – distance between basket and grid and between grid and bars
    – depth of the basket without calculating the handle

    Thank you so much

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