Brinkman All-In-One

Discussion in 'Propane Smokers' started by keith54, Jun 11, 2008.

  1. I ran across a used Brinkman All-In-One smoker today and I'm considering buying it. I have a Meco 5031 Charcoal smoker but sometimes I need to get some chores done around the yard, I'm thinking of running it on propane while working around the homestead. Any input to how hands off the smoker would be or how well they work would be greatly appriciated.

    Thanks,
     
  2. The one question I have is if this unit's firebox is sealed like a WSM. I don't think it is which means you can't control air intake and thus temperature. I could be wrong though.

    -rob
     
  3. This unit is a All in One. Comes with a propane burner and regulator. I'm curious how well it works. If you have any experience with one of these I'd like to here your input.

    Thanks Yankee for your input.
     
  4. jeffesonm

    jeffesonm Smoke Blower

    I just bought one of these off craigslist for $35, brand spankin' new. I plan on cannibalizing the parts and converting my ECB to propane. I'll let you know it goes...
     
  5. richoso1

    richoso1 Smoking Guru OTBS Member SMF Premier Member

    I used one for a couple of years before buying my GOSM big block. One thing to consider is that to refill the water pan, or add more wood, you need to remove the upper section. This can be tricky if the racks are full. If you add wood to the rocks, you need to be care ful not to spill the hot water from the pan onto yourself. Also consider installing an aftermarket therm, the factory model just doesn't cut it. I did manage to get off some good Q, after a few tries. Good luck and I hope this helps.
     

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