Yes, you can. My build was a reverse flow with a removable rf plate. I can do a full-on smoke with the plate in, use the firebox and cook chamber for indirect with the plate out, or use only the cc for grilling. Charcoal (and/or wood) sit on the bottom of the barrel, not the rf plate, for grilling, as the rf plate is too close to the grates. Mine is small enough to add wood to the cc through the firebox if need be. I like the versatility.Hello all, had a quick question. Has anyone built a reverse flow smoker and grill. In other words, can I use the smoke plate to put charcoal and turn it into a regular grill?
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