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dynaglow verticle offset and a Pittmaster IQ 110

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well I have finally tried out my dynaglow offset with my Pittmaster IQ 110 and it worked GREAT . Started the fire with charcoal and the switched to split hickory . the 110 held the temp within 10-15 degrees for 5 plus hours . Smoked a beef chuck roast ..... 2 hours @ 225 unwrapped ...... then wrap in foil and cook @ 250 for 3 hours ...... chuck roast was tender and delicious I used a rib rub and it worked well ... I didnt have a beef rub 

 

Next time I will smoke for 3 hours instead of 2 . I would have liked a little more smoke flavor

post #2 of 5
I just tried my 1176 yesterday also. May I ask what is a pitmaster 110? May need to invest in one though my temps held somewhat. Looking forward to see your qviews.
post #3 of 5

Sounds like a great smoke.

 

Too bad you don't have any photo's.

 

Al

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well I have finally tried out my dynaglow offset with my Pittmaster IQ 110 and it worked GREAT . Started the fire with charcoal and the switched to split hickory . the 110 held the temp within 10-15 degrees for 5 plus hours . Smoked a beef chuck roast ..... 2 hours @ 225 unwrapped ...... then wrap in foil and cook @ 250 for 3 hours ...... chuck roast was tender and delicious I used a rib rub and it worked well ... I didnt have a beef rub 

Next time I will smoke for 3 hours instead of 2 . I would have liked a little more smoke flavor
Can you share a pic of your pitmaster 110 on your Dyna Glow?
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yes I will take some pics and post

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