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post #21 of 23
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Here's what I'm thinking......

You could make a separate smoke chamber out of your 5 gallon can

Kinda like Al suggested, with a separate intake on your UDS to allow it's connection.

 

Hopefully others will jump in with some ideas

 

 

TJ

 

 

 



 

I am in agreement with Todd. I thought I had a good idea but then realized when the corny keg is vertical plus plumbing it will be right at about the height of your first grate if it is a traditional UDS build unless the UDS was elevated. Laying it horizontal and using it similar to side fire box really does seem like the best option.

post #22 of 23

Harbor Freight Grinder and some cutting wheels

Borrow a drill and install some hinges to the cover

 

TJ

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post #23 of 23
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Yeah thinking about that... so you would flip it on its side, cut a door into it, and then plumb it in to the UDS?  That would work.  I think I may just stick a pie tin on the heating element for right this second.  :-)... 

 

As for the beer response... I have 8+ of them for beer... this one is retired since it leaks when under pressure... burned through a whole 20 lb CO2 tank in a week...

 

-Eric

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