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post #41 of 44

Just wondering if the AMNS can also be used  on my Weber gas grill.  I prefer my Beer Can Chicken this way, in order to get that great crispy skin, and have always used foil wrapped wood chips on the flavorizer bars for the smoke. 

post #42 of 44
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Originally Posted by Mama's Smoke View Post

Just wondering if the AMNS can also be used  on my Weber gas grill.  I prefer my Beer Can Chicken this way, in order to get that great crispy skin, and have always used foil wrapped wood chips on the flavorizer bars for the smoke. 


The AMNS was designed to be used in a cold smoke, but you can use it without any problem up to about 200˚, sometimes higher.

When I use it for much over 200˚, I only fill the outside rows, so the fire can't jump through the interior walls to the next rows.

Very soon there will be a new one on the market that will not jump across rows, even at 275˚, which is the highest setting on an MES.

 

Bear

 

post #43 of 44
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Originally Posted by Mama's Smoke View Post

Just wondering if the AMNS can also be used  on my Weber gas grill.  I prefer my Beer Can Chicken this way, in order to get that great crispy skin, and have always used foil wrapped wood chips on the flavorizer bars for the smoke. 


I have actually used it in my gas grill. I set it on the unlit burner off in the corner and only light the outside rows. Like Bear said - there is a new version on its way soon that can handle higher temps.    
 

 

post #44 of 44

OH boy another AMNS to add the my evergrowing arsenal ... And, bear, had already went to Todd b4 I heard the news, but thats ok I have more than 3 smokers to deal with LOLOL.

 

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