Use my easy to follow homemade BBQ smoker plans and build your own smoker this coming weekend.
Right this minute you can download them to your computer, print them and get started. You get:-
A full set of drawings with measurements
Comprehensive work instructions explaining every step
A full bill of materials
A list of the tools required
Tips and techniques to help you along the way
With these homemade BBQ smoker plans friends and family will marvel at your ability to produce great tasting BBQ from your own hand built smoker.
Don't Waste Money Buying A Smoker
Make Your Own Delicious Hot Or Cold Smoked Food
Enjoy The Satisfaction Of Knowing That You Built It & Cooked It Yourself
I've specially designed my homemade BBQ smoker plans so that anyone can build a smoker in just one weekend. And yes, I do mean anyone!
Not only that, you can save a stack of money. How much would a smoker of this size and versatility cost you to buy? ......$400?.....$500? probably more.
Next weekend you could be smoking a pork butt or side of ribs over a water bath. Or maybe hanging fish to dry and warm smoking them to a beautifully moist and tender finish? Whatever your preference, this smoker has versatility designed into it.
Can You Really Build Your Own Smoker?
Can you saw and sand wood?
Can you use a drill and a screwdriver?
If you answered yes to those questions then with my plans you really can build your own smoker.
There's no cutting metal
You don't need a sheet metal workshop at your disposal
I've spent a year researching designs, building prototypes, finding faults and continuous improvement to give you a product that is easy to build, cooks well can be made out of regular building materials.
You can hot smoke using a gas burner and you can cold smoke using a portable electric hotplate.
It's clean and cheap to run, easy to tend, just set it up and leave it.
"Paul, Your e-book is fantastic! I read it cover to cover with barely a break and the pictures really helped me understand what I need to do. Now I just can't wait to get started!"
Everything You Need To Become A Celebrated Pitmaster In Your Own Back Yard
Cooking area of 588 square inches and sufficient height to smoke a large Thanksgiving turkey.
A hanging system for drying and cooking fish - Now you can make Scotch smoked salmon at a fraction of the cost you buy it in the supermarket.
Provision for a water bath so your food comes out moist and tender every time.
Heat and smoke by a propane burner or electric hotplate - set it up and leave it.
You will be admired not only for your smoking skills but also your ability to hand craft a smoker.
"Hi Paul, I want to thank you for the homemade bbq smoker plans.......they were a real help in my project." Ray K. Buffalo, KY
Your E-Book Contains Everything You Need
You get a set of plans, pictures and method statements with supporting videos so that you can easily fabricate the individual panels that come together to form the finished product.
Plans drawn by me so that you can cut the boards to size, make the drill holes in the right places and screw everything together.
Also included is a full bill of materials so that you will need so you only need to make one trip to the lumber yard or DIY store.
You also get loads of pictures that demonstrate how things fit together:-
And full method statements on a step by step basis.
You're right, anyone can use these homemade BBQ smoker plans to build a smoker. Before I started this project I'd never picked up anything more than a drill so I followed your step by step guide and I built the whole thing in a matter of days. Now I'm smoking everything and anything!"
Louise Manchester, PA
"PS. Thanks for all your barbecue smoker recipes too, they're G-R-E-A-T!"
You can see from the list of chapters that everything is laid out in a structured fashion so you can easily read chapter by chapter as your project comes to life. Your homemade BBQ smoker plans are in PDF format and here's the full list of contents:-
Chapter 1.....About The Smoker Design Chapter 2.....The Building Materials Chapter 3.....Woodworking Tools Chapter 4.....Tips And Techniques Chapter 5.....Measurements Chapter 6.....The Base Chapter 7.....The Rear Panel Chapter 8.....The Side Panels Chapter 9.....The Top Chapter 10....Assembly Phase 1 Chapter 11....The Smoke Spreader Chapter 12....The Firebox Front Panel Chapter 13....Assembly Phase 2 Chapter 14....Firebox Door Chapter 15....Food Chamber Door Chapter 16....Assembly Phase 3 – The Final Assembly Chapter 17....Fixtures And Fittings Chapter 18....Recipes And Recommendations
As a free bonus and so you get the best out of your smoker on your very first cookout I'm giving you my favorite smoker recipes in the last chapter!
I know it's only a small financial outlay on your part to buy these plans but I want you to be comfortable that my book is worth every cent. So here's your opportunity to try before you buy.