Last updated November 3, 2019
Disclosure: Barrel House Cooker sponsored this post. Opinions are my own.
When looking for a smoker, there are three things that I always consider:
Ease of use
But there is one more factor that can’t be overlooked –>price.
There are a lot of great smokers out there for $800+, but finding a reliable smoker at under $300, not so easy.
My very first smoker was an offset barrel smoker that I picked up for less than $200. It always required so much babysitting and yielded inconsistent results, so I never went back to that price point again. I just assumed to get a good smoke I needed to fork out more cash.
When Barrel House Cooker (BHC) contacted me an