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BBQ Guru Party Q for WSM 22.5

post #1 of 8
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I was wondering if anyone has tried this product? I'd love to hear some reviews on how well it works. I was thinking about picking one up when they become available. 

 

Thanks

 

Jeremy

 

 http://www.thebbqguru.com/products/PartyQ-with-Weber%7B47%7DSmall-Universal-Adaptor.html

post #2 of 8

Quite a few of use guru products..

 

Smoking Al rigged his guru up to his kettle.

 

I am sure you will be happy with it.

 

Sez they are out of stock til the end of the month..

 

 Craig

post #3 of 8

Don't know anybody who has that particular unit, probably because it's a relatively new item. All I can say is BBQ Guru makes a high quality product & I'm sure you will be happy with this one.

post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks guys. 

 

Al,

 

Does your Guru work pretty well? I don't have much of a problem keeping the WSM around 225, but it would be nice to set it and forget it for some all-nighters. Can you get yours to run real high or low? I also noticed that you have an A-MAZ-N Pellet smoker. Do you just run that in your WSM when you use it? I was thinking about getting into some bacon and jerky, and would like to keep some pretty low temps. 

 

Thanks

post #5 of 8
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Thanks guys. 

 

Al,

 

Does your Guru work pretty well? Yes it will keep the temp + or - 2 degrees for as long as you have fuel, and you are right it is awesome for an all nighter. I don't have much of a problem keeping the WSM around 225, but it would be nice to set it and forget it for some all-nighters. Can you get yours to run real high or low? I have set it from 200 to 350. I also noticed that you have an A-MAZ-N Pellet smoker. Do you just run that in your WSM when you use it? No. I was thinking about getting into some bacon and jerky, and would like to keep some pretty low temps. I cold smoke my bacon in my Smoke Vault & for sausage I use my MES. I think you probably could use the WSM and build a very small fire with only 2 or 3 briquettes burning at a time minnion style with the guru set to 120-150 degrees & it would probably work. I just never tried it.

 

Thanks



 

 

post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 

Thanks for the info AL. Much appreciated. 

 

Jeremy

post #7 of 8

The guy who invented the Guru is a Sam Houston State Bearkat like your truly...

 

http://www.shsu.edu/~pin_www/T%40S/2011/pirklegift.html

 

Great guy great product.

post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 

I went ahead and got onto the waitlist for one. The lady I spoke with said it would work great paired with my Maverick probes. 

 

Thanks guys. 

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