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ok I love smoking and grilling in the winter but it seems like my smoker loses temp in the winter so do you purchase a water heater blanket for the really cold winters days help .........
post #2 of 9

Well that might work, but there may be better options. I can't say what since I dont know what type of smoker you have.nor do I know where you live to judge what temp, cold is. It all makes a difference.

post #3 of 9

First, why don't you cruise over to the Roll Call section, introduce yourself and get a proper SMF welcome.  Let use know what kind of smoker you have, where you live and like sprky says, there are probably better options to consider.





post #4 of 9
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ok I have a Brinkman smoker I bought it at academy of sports its red and I lives Ga sometimes its 35 to 4y degrees in the middle of winter but I think my hubby was wrong when we tried smoking a baking hen it didn't get done after ten hours so either was the temp or the poultry cause our ribs did just fine when it was like 49 degrees out
Edited by suhidevilsmoker - 1/4/12 at 7:37pm
post #5 of 9
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I have a brinkman smoker barrel shape I want a cabinet style but cash flow is tight this one is great so far just the Ga temps seem to effect it or already I think so
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Originally Posted by suhidevilsmoker View Post

I have a brinkman smoker barrel shape

is it gas ? elect ? or charcoal ? smoker


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post #8 of 9

A lot of guys use welding blankets.

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thank you all so much so appreciated
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