Carey Bringle is the Team Captain of The Peg Leg Porkers. He also owns Peg Leg Porker BBQ. This is the first of several videos showing the building of a new competition, vertical, BBQ smoker.

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6 thoughts on “Building a New Smoker Part 1

  1. tajma70 says:

    Question: if the frig is working and u wanna use that to keep the meat cold in the summer while you smoke, can you still keep everything in tact and just cut a hole in the side to allow smoke in without it being toxic? Smoke box is way off to the side with just enough heat to produce smoke and cools further while traveling though the tube leading into the fridge. Is it possible?

  2. PegLegPorker says:

    We use rock wool or mineral wool insulation. Typically you can get it at any local insulation supply house. You could also use plain fiberglass insulation as long as it is not coated. Lastly, remember that air is a great insulator. Sometimes you just need to have a double wall and air will do the trick.

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