Charcoal Smokers - Charcoal BBQ Smokers
It's no surprise charcoal smokers are the preferred choice when it comes to authentic barbeque flavor. They simply get the fire started with charcoal and lighter fluid, generating a natural smokiness that can't be replicated with liquid propane and natural gas smokers.
Though people are used to charcoal grill having delayed start times, select newer charcoal smokers can have you cooking in as little as 15 mins, which is the same amount of time it takes to preheat a standard gas grill. Charcoals can also be arranged to generate low and slow cooking temperatures, which allows you to smoke, bake, and roast almost any food you desire. After preparing a delicious meal, clean-ups will be the least of your worry. Many include many a removable ashtray for effortless maintenance and getting your smoker ready to use again.
Browse Appliances Connection's selection of charcoal smoker grills to add to your cooking arsenal. Built-in models can be built into outdoor kitchen islands as an upgrade to your outdoor living space. Easily place freestanding charcoal smoker at your desired location to accommodate various backyard layouts. A few portable grills have a compact size, making it convenient to take along with you almost anywhere.
Choosing the right grill isn't always a breeze. If you're struggling to find a charcoal smoker that's fit for your culinary needs, our representatives will gladly assist you with their expertise. We offer only the best models from top manufacturers including Primo, Landmann, Goldens Cast Iron, and many more.
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