wsm 18

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  1. T

    WSM 18" coal burn time

    Hi all, I'm a rookie smoker and I've slowly been working my way through the different meats and things to smoke and I've had this reoccurring issue. Usually after around 6-7 hours of smoking time in my WSM the temp starts dropping and I can only keep it going by continuously stoking the coals. I...
  2. B

    First Post/ Last cook

    Smoked these two pork butts on Saturday. Super simple, but you can never go wrong with pulled pork! This is about 3.5 hours into the cook after spritzing for the first time. Credit to HeyGrillHey for the sweet pork rub. I first used this as my base recipe and have since tweaked it quite a bit...
  3. beerich

    WSM 18 Dry Rub Side Ribs

    Well, got the WSM working fine again (dirty probe). Did some ribs today. Mesquite, membrane on, 3-2-1 method, some rub into the wrap. These are absolutely excellent.
  4. M

    New to charcoal smoking

    Hello all, First off I want to apologize if this isn't the right place to post this sort of thread but I have a question I would like to try to get an answer to. I'm still pretty new to smoking, been doing it about a year now on a propane smoker just learning the basics n stuff. But now my...
  5. H

    Time for 2 separate pork picnic shoulders and temp control

    Hey everyone! I’m relatively new to smoking and have had some success with chicken, sausages, a full turkey, and pork tenderloin. I’m looking to make pulled pork and grabbed some pork picnic shoulders and both are around 8-10 pounds. I know they say about an hour a pound at 225-250 but I’m...
  6. webs05

    Lava Lock ATC-1 Controller

    Hey all, Just got a Lava Lock ATC-1 Controller for my Weber Smokey Mountain 18". Couldn't be happier. So far it's working great and I got the whole thing installed and setup in the time it took to fire up a chimney. One question, it's not water proof and here in the Midwest it can rain...
  7. webs05

    first dry aged brisket

    First off thanks to this site and the many posts out here. Reading through these forums is what produced this end result of amazing beef. And I appreciate what this community does for the world of smoking. I think this brisket started around 14lbs. I followed Guga's (of Sous Vide Everything...
  8. jminrod

    Weber Smokey Mountain 18"

    I have an 18" WSM for sale. Got a 22" and need to sell this one. This is used and was used when I got it. Upgraded in the last year: thermometer, added a grommet for probes, door gasket. I live in NE Pa. Looking for $225 Updated Grommet for probes Updated door gasket New thermometer
  9. millerspal

    Pitmaster IQ 120 blower for sale-$150-free shipping

    I am selling my Pitmaster IQ 120 temperature regulating blower. It was attached to a Weber Smokey Mountain 22 and also a Weber Smokey Mountain 18 smoker. It would also fit on a BGE with a $20 adapter sold on the Pitmaster website. It works great, and it makes the charcoal smoker hands free. I...
  10. loosechangedru

    Overnight brisket

    Here goes a 12.5 lb choice packer into the WSM. I used a rub with cocoa powder, salt/pepper, garlic, onion, chili powder, coriander, and a little brown sugar. I'm hoping this one turns out better than previous briskets - finger's crossed! Went in at about midnight with pecan and hickory @ 235*...
  11. atwhitsend

    Lang 60 Deluxe

    Question for the SMF crowd: how often do you use your larger offset smoker (Lang 60 Deluxe, etc.) for smaller cooks? I have a 18.5 in WSM that I have been smoking on for about 5 years now and love it. However, I am looking to step up my game and go a bit bigger. I went to a great BBQ class...
  12. mjhandy

    Cooking rib on the WSM 18

    How folks been arrange two rack on the 18" WSM? I had thought about a rack per cooking grill, but that could get awkward. I have a standing rib holder I've used on my gas grill but I'm not sure it's the best method. And I'm getting the ribs from Costco, so I'm sure they're going to be bigger...