A Mile High Hello

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Original poster
Mar 14, 2007
Denver, Co
I used an old Brinkman a few years ago but have gotten by with my grill the last couple of years for what small stuff I have done. I know just about enough to get myself in trouble so will welcome any help you'all can give. I'm looking at building a smoker modeled after Peoria Custom Cookers backyard model, "all you need is time & money" and in my case a lot of advise from compassionate, in the know, onlookers aka you guys. Between that, building a 72 High Boy with my son and keeping up with 2 Grand Kids I think I'll be able to keep busy this summer.
welcome to smf you will get loads of advise and help.....and in fact I'm noticing a small trend of colorado folks joining up lately!!!! (born and raised there myself....)
welcome to smf, the best smoking meat forum on the internet. you sign up for the 5-day e-course? lots of good stuff in there. any questions, just ask.
Welcome Tobyone -

You can smoke on just about anything as long as it gets you where you want to go! If you have any questions just post them we'll have someone that's done it and can answer your questions!

Welcome to the SMF Tobywan!!!! Jump right in, the smoke is thin and blue!!

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Tobywan,welcome you are at the right place.Love CO,was lucky enough to make it out there but it been years ago.I hope to return before I croak,how bout some scenery pics.
Welcome to SMF.
Those Peoria Custom Cookers are nice, but a bit pricey. You aught to be able to build one for 1/4 of that with options, if you do ALL the metal work yourself. I suspect these smokers are so high because the labor involved in welding. I doubt many are robotically welded, so someone has to spend a bunch of time doing it.
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