Best BBQ Smokers 2016

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 2016 –  Here in this article we will review the best 10 smokers, use these smokers for making slow, low and true barbecue. These smokers come with many great features and offer a wide array of options  from Electric to Charcoal, and these are the ones that you should be looking to buy when you are in the market. The list mentioned here  offer  the cook the best of the lazy –Q smokers to the true pit master that run on various types of fuel.

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 2016

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews – 1. Weber Smokey Mountain 18 Inch Smoker

best bbq smokers, bbq smokers reviewsFor seasoned campaigners it sound rather strange to change a popular smoker such as Weber’s Smokey Mountain (WSM) smoker, they have made only slight changes as  requested by users to the unit. To give their users a better smoker they have added a lid mounted thermometer and a bottom mounted heat shield. Earlier you had to drill a small hole in the lid and put in the thermometer or place one inside and then regularly lift the lid to check the cooking temperature, now with the addition of a lid mounted thermometer, you can easily see the cooking temperature. The bottom mounted heat shield will protect any surface that you put your smoker on, all in all a better smoker. Check more reviews on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 2. Napoleon Apollo 3 in 1 Smoker

Napoleon Apollo 3 in 1 Smoker
The Napoleon Apollo 3 in 1 also better known as the ProQ, takes the  simple water smoker to a newer level. This three section smoker can be assembled to a large capacity charcoal smoker or a simple charcoal grill. Without wasting too much of charcoal this smoker is capable and loaded with features to smoke up a large amount of food or smaller food. The smoker comes with a standard bar in the lid for hooks to hang chunks of sausages or racks of ribs. It also features eyelets for meat probes and a very good airflow system, the downside being that the body connection points may cause leakage of smoke, but is a common thing in these types of smokers. This smoker is simple, basic but a great smoker. This will give you real good and authentic barbecue without much of hassles, not needing to worry about maintaining temperatures as required for vertical water smokers, if you just want a little “Q” once in a while or for a little bit of serious smoking this is a great smoker. Check more reviews on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 3. Old Smokey Electric Smoker

Old Smokey Electric SmokerThe Pit Barrel Cooker is easy to use and still simple charcoal unit that is capable of cooking upto eight racks of ribs at one go. This unit is designed to operate at around 300 degrees consistently, does not need much attention paid to it and is reliable to cook up some good food in a short span of time. It does create smokey flavours and great food, but serious smokey food lovers argue that this is not a real smoker. Check more reviews on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 4. Pit Barrel Cooker

Pit Barrel Cooker

  1. The Brinkmann Gourmet smoker is by far one of the best selling smokers in the market, also called by many as the Starter Smoker. This vertical and small water smokers does not have vents but is designed in such a way that it holds onto a constant smoking temperature. You can of course make modifications to make it work better, however if you are a novice to barbecue and need just a small smoker for occasional use then this inexpensive smoker is the right one for you.

The Big Chef and its little brother, the Little Chef have been designed in such a way for nearly 55 years that smoking things that do not necessarily fall into strict category of barbecue. If you need to smoke sausage, cheese, and jerky and fish this is a great smoker. The decent smoke production and the non-adjustable lower cooking temperatures is great for preserving foods and adding smoke flavour to things that one may not cook. Therefore if you are looking to smoke large cuts of great barbecue, this is the ideal one. Check on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 5. Big Chief Front Load Smoker

Big Chief Front Load SmokerFor smoking large cuts of great barbecue buy a different smoker. For nearly 55 years the Big Chief, and its little brother, the Little Chief, have been designed for smoking all those things that don’t traditionally fall into the strict category of barbecue. For smoking fish, jerky, sausage, cheese, this is the perfect smoker. The lower cooking temperatures, that can’t be adjusted, and decent smoke production is great for preserving foods and adding smoke flavor to things you might not cook, or might finish off someplace else. Check Price on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 6. Brinkmann Gourmet Charcoal Smoker-Grill

Brinkmann Gourmet Charcoal Smoker-GrillThe Brinkmann Gourmet smoker is by far one of the best selling smokers in the market, also called by many as the Starter Smoker. This vertical and small water smokers does not have vents but is designed in such a way that it holds onto a constant smoking temperature. You can of course make modifications to make it work better, however if you are a novice to barbecue and need just a small smoker for occasional use then this inexpensive smoker is the right one for you. Check on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 7. Bradley Smoker – Original

Bradley Smoker - Original

The refrigerator style smoker is the best of all the electric smoker appliances. This smoker is thermostatically controlled and can produce hot and cold smoke, thereby giving you a wider range of smoking options in this unit. You can add wood disks to the unit through a controlled mechanism which gives you either little or more smoke as you do not need to tend to the fire, the smoke is created by burning the wood disks. Once the unit is set you can leave it until it’s time for eating. Check on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 8. Camp Chef Smoke Vault 24

Camp Chef Smoke Vault 24The Camp Chef Smoker has a temperature from 160 degrees to 400 degrees F making it more versatile as compare to other smokers,  generally some users want to smoke in a specific temperature range whereby they can control the smoke, either to flash smoke or do a low temperature smoke. However the body is not insulated like many box style gas smokers, even though the door on this unit fits better there are chances you will get smoke leakage.

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 9. Smoke Hollow 44-Inch Gas Smoker

Smoke Hollow 44-Inch Gas SmokerThe Smoke Hollow 44 inch smoker negates the limitations problem of  gas smokers the range of temperatures the unit can reach and the problem of leakage. The doors of the unit latch on securely and the dual burner gives a wider range of temperature. The Smoke Hollow 44 is a large smoker, it has five racks and seven cubic feet of capacity standing at 5 feet high. The life span of these units is shorter due to the use of lightweight burners and thinner metals, if there is a problem in function of this unit it will take a long time to get it fixed, therefore utmost care has to be taken to keep this unit in good working condition. Check more reviews on Amazon

Best BBQ Smokers Reviews 10. Char-Griller Smokin’ Pro

Char-Griller Smokin' Pro

The Char- Griller smoker is easy to use and you can even get a rotisserie kit for it. This unit like the other units double up as a charcoal grill and is the least expensive type of smoker in the market, their design is also very popular making it another classic offset firebox smoker. Check more reviews on Amazon

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