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  1. 2 years ago
    Not bad for the buck especially on sale
    I have had the smoker for two years. If you live in a cold area it will take a least an hour to reach 225 if the temp. is around 30 degrees. The heating component is fairly cheap and I have no idea how long the smoker will last. The one issue I found is if you let your wood chips in for the whole duration (ie. brisket for 8 hours) even though you add additional chips through the tube, the meat has an acrid flavor from the wood. I found that removing the chips every hour for three hours seems to ... read more solve the problem. I would recommend purchasing the unit on sale as it is an affordable smoker.
  2. 2 years ago
    Smokin' Good Time
    I just received my Masterbuilt 30" electric smoker and have had only one chance to try it out. Being a first time smoker, it was not as simple as I had hoped, but over all was a good learning experience. The smoker is well built, but the finish had many imperfections (painted black, but peeling across the entire top of the unit) and appeared to have been painted over a rusty base steel unit. The unit is well equipped with 4 racks and a water pan to keep food moist with a nice stainless interior. ... read more The unit had difficulty heating up to temp (250F set point) on a 65F day, so we ended up cooking longer than planned resulting in overcooking and drying out the meat. The side load wood chip drawer is an excellent idea. I am ready to try again, and know it will be great next time. Overall - this is a great electric smoker.
  1. 3 weeks ago
    Piece of JUNK.
    I bought this grill a few years ago and was severely disappointed at the cheap construction of the unit. Cheap thin sheet metal bolted together. Now as time took its toll, the firebox has rusted out and no new parts are available. The thin metal makes it nearly impossible to control the heat, it's not airtight so you can't smother the fire to produce smoke. Spend the extra money and buy a steel pipe construction model. This doesn't smoke meat but rather grills it.
  2. 4 months ago
    Terrible Grill
    After putting this smoker together it is not level. I took it apart 3 times and put it back together in case of error of assembly which there was no error in assembly, meaning it is defective. I was willing to over look the smoker not being level but when I used it for the first time the paint started to bubble and fall off from the heat. Very disappointed with the quality of this grill. Would not recommend this grill to anyone.
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  2. 2 months ago
    Good starter smoker
    Got it for Christmas and use it quite of bit doesn't do good when it's colder out and don't like how you have to open the door to put chips in but for the money you can't beat it makes tasty meat good smoker for someone just starting out
  1. 1 year ago
    thumbs up
    I have to give brickman and Acdemey thumbs up for willing to do something about the problems some companys would just say you get what you got to bad. Thank you to you both for standing behind your products.
  2. 1 year ago
    ***Buyer Beware***Brinkmann Offset Smoker/Grill
    We purchased this Brinkmann Offset Smoker and Grill from Academy on May 26th. Today (June 7th) is the first time we used the smoker portion only to find out the sheet metal and paint are WAY TOO THIN!!!! On the first use of the smoker, the paint started peeling off the smoker, and created a burnt spot where it looks as though it is about to burn through the metal. We purchased this as a trial due to the sale price $99.00. We typically purchase another brand from a local store. We were hoping to ... read more get one year's use out of this due to it being so much lighter weight metal than what we are used to when purchasing charcoal grills. At this point, we are hoping to make this last until the local store places their charcoal grills on clearance before the winter. I only gave One Star due to having no choice for No Star!!!!
  1. 4 months ago
    Poor Welding
    Bought this about 2 months ago and during my first smoke 2 of the welds came off!! One weld on the smoker box door and one weld off the main chamber door. Lost the reciept or I would have returned, called Old Country BBQ but only get a voicemail.
  2. 2 months ago
    Would not buy another Old Country BBQ
    Good to BBQ with. Had no problems with that. BUT: Poor welding and materials. My son as had to weld the door back on. The metal that it is made of is flaking and peeling like crazy. Layers and layers of something (metal) flake off repeatedly. A shame seem to be a heavy and nice pit. Want another like it but not Old Country brand. Do not buy. For $500.00, should have lasted longer.
  1. 3 years ago
    Good for the money with exception
    This unit works fairly well as a smoker if you use it on propane. I smoked a Butt on it starting with charcoal and finally switched over to propane about 4 hours in. I could not keep the heat up because the ash buildup was too much, the ash pan is not near big enough for a long burn even using lump. Plus it will not hold the heat in due to no insulation and many air leaks. It was easy to hold the temp using propane. I do like the rest of the features like the pot accessory and being able to use ... read more it as a small charcoal grill. It was worth the 100 bucks for what it "can" do, if I had paid the original $200+ It would have been a very poor buy. If you want a charcoal smoker, pay a few more bucks for a better one. I have done some heavy mods to the unit and it is better but I have surpassed the monitary and sweat factor of a good deal. I'll just keep it as my portable gas smoker and its other uses but I'm off to buy an egg style smoker.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great combination.
    Combining a smoker, grill, and a deep fryer is a stroke of genius. Purchasing those separately would have cost triple the amount that I paid. So far, I have only used it as a smoker, but full expect the other features to work as well.
  1. 7 months ago
    purchased for a christmas gift to myself. got it home and set it up. got up at 6 am to do a couple 7lb briskets at 225. unit came on for about 10 minutes and flashed an "e2" error and shut off. reset unit and after about 10 minutes the same thing. turned the unit off and transfered briskets to the oven to cook. came back to the smoker about 45 min later to notice smoke still coming from the vent and although the power putton was off it the heating elements were still on. complete waste of money
  2. 7 months ago
    Very poor quality
    Just purchased this unit and noticed very large leaks in both doors due to the magnets that close the door being too far past the seal. Tried to adjust and couldn't get either door to seal completely. Taking it back and sticking with my smaller master built unit
  1. 2 years ago
    Great Pit for the Price
    The best thing about this pit is the value. A comparable pit with 1/4 in steel can be found at more than double the cost. The Brazos is a heavy duty pit that will be in service for me for a long time. After seasoning it, I did my first cook the following weekend. Once I got it running at 250 degrees, it stayed there, making the cook easy.
  2. 2 years ago
    best smoker available for the money!
    I've had this for six months now and used it dozens of times. I'd recommend going to the store and picking one of the floor because the welds seem to be a bit inconsistent from unit to unit. Spend $15 on nomex gasket, $40 on 3 old country thermos. I have a large one in the top at the factory hole location and added two on the greater level in either side. I can't express how good this smoker is for the money. Couldn't be happier.
  1. 2 years ago
    Fast shipping
    Bought this smoker (as a Christmas gift) online after my husband saw it in your store in Texas. Package arrived in perfect condition and it's exactly what he wanted. We haven't used it yet but will come back and review again after the holidays.
  2. 3 years ago
    Small but Mighty
    I just got this for Christmas from my wife, I used it on New Years eve all the food turned out great. The only thing that was a little disappointing was that the black started chipping off on the smoker already. Other than that she gets the job done.
  1. 7 months ago
    Love it!
    Absolutely love this smoker. Assembly was easy, took about 45 minutes. Listened to the suggestions others had on their reviews like using a larger cast iron pan and using wood chunks instead of chips. Glass on the door a plus to monitor the meat. Temperature gauge fairly accurate. Smoker is so simple to use, monitor, and food turns out great!
  2. 7 months ago
    Does what it says
    I got this smoker for Christmas. Looked online at several makes and models of smokers and decided this was the most economical. I have been smoking meat on a Master Forge charcoal grill and, despite reviews complaining of smoke leaking around the lid and poor craftsmanship, I enjoyed smoking indirectly on mine (still have it and use for grilling). The only problem was there wasn't enough room when cooking for a larger crowd, so I was looking for something bigger. My youngest son and I put it ... read more together in a little less than an hour. This included laying out all the parts, reading over all the instructions first (not very manly, I know), and then stopping for some general father/son talk. One thing I noticed on some older reviews was how people turned the unit upside down as a part of the assembly and the doors fell off. I guess they've added Step 1A because it reads, "Remove the doors..." I used a Craftsman cordless drill with the clutch set on 10 and made fairly quick work out of assembly. After assembly, I seasoned the smoker per the intructions. Because of other reviews I had read, I went ahead and bought an oven thermometer. This particular model had a small wood chip tray. Others beng reviewed showed a round chip PAN. This is where some had placed a round skillet to hold wood chunks (one guy suggested lava rock and placing wood chunks on top). All of this was done to combat flare ups. However, with this model, the chip tray didn't flare up. Smoke lasted about 30-40 minutes and I could easily add chips (Get a pair of heat resistant gloves-- much better for doing this). Unless you remove the water pan, I'm not sure there is enough room to put a skillet in order to use wood chunks. There was some smoke leaking around the door, but it really didn't amount to much. The flow of smoke from the bottom through the top vent was extremely sufficient. I've never cooked with gas before -- grill or smoker, so I wasn't real sure what to expect. The outside temp and wind play a much bigger role in this unit than what I was accustomed to on the charcoal grill/smoker. I was able to put up a small piece of plywood to keep wind from blowing directly into bottom vent. Top temperature I got to was 275 with outside temp at 45+/-. This was fine since I only wanted 225 for smoking Boston butts. I cooked ribs a few days prior with a warmer outside temp (65 +/-) and initially ran the cooker up to 350. When assembled, I could get it up to 400 degrees with outside temp of 75. All that said, the temperature was easy to control and it held steady at 225 and 250 depending on what I needed at the time. You can't put meat in this unit, turn on the burners, and walk away. You'll need to check on it for adding wood chips, checking cooking temps, ...etc. There have been reviews upset about having to tend to this. This is not a commercial smoker. It's a metal box with a door, a window, and a propane burner at the bottom. It is not a commercial cooker. If you don't want to spend some time during the cook, you should probably just go buy your bbq and ribs from your local BBQ restaurant. The is a great smoker for the money!
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