How To Build A Reverse Flow Offset Smoker

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Do you enjoy smoked meats and want to have your own smoker to use? You can go out and buy one or make your own as a DIY project. There are many ways to make your own depending on what you have in mind for the design. One option is to make a reverse flow offset smoker.

A reverse flow offset smoker is basically an indirect heat smoker. The firebox will be set to one side so there is no direct heat on the meats you want to smoke. You can easily make this type of smoker at home by using recycled materials. Some new hardware might be needed.

Your reverse flow offset smoker can be stationary or movable depending on your needs. A smoker that is movable allows you to use it on your patio or moved out into the yard. One item that you will need for this project is a welder.

Instructions to make a reverse flow offset smoker are available on here…

How To Build A Reverse Flow Offset Smoker

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