Grills and Smokes to Perfection!
Hello Mr. Lang,
A few months ago, I drove to your shop in Georgia, and I purchased a Model 84 with deluxe warmer and charcoal grill on the front. I absolutely love the smoker. I have smoked so many things on it, and everything turns out fantastic. Since this was my 1st smoker, I was hoping to get a unit that was very "user friendly" and "idiot-proof". This one surely fits the bill. I did a ton of homework before purchasing a smoker, and your name seemed to always come out on top!
I swear that I've tried everything, but I can not barbecue anything bad! Everything comes out perfect, moist and juicy. I just fire it up, wait about 20-30 minutes for it to get up to temperature, and put the meat on. Everything virtually cooks itself. For Easter, I tried to smoke my 1st whole hog. It came out awesome!!! I've attached a before & after pic of it. Thanks again for making a superior product. Some friends and I will be competing in our 1st BBQ competition in September. Wish us luck!!!
I searched all the FAQ's, but I didn't see this information, so I wanted to ask this question: I will be fabricating a new roof system for the smoker, and welding it on to the existing frame of the smoker. This will be so I can make good BBQ on rainy days, and still stay dry. My question is this - What color paint do you use for the smokers? When I finish welding the new roofing system on to the smoker, I want to paint it the same color that your factory uses. Is there a certain brand of paint that you use, or a specific stock number for the paint that you use for all your smokers? I just want to paint the new roof and framing system to match the existing smoker. A friend of mine is a welder, and he's doing all the work, but I'd like to paint it to match my Model 84 once he finishes welding everything.
Thanks for a great product, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Michael J. Bonaiuto