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Brinkmann 810-5301-C Smoke-N-Grill Charcoal Smoker and Grill


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  • Charcoal smoker and grill can accommodate up to 50 pounds of food
  • 2 chrome-plated steel cooking grills; thermometer in domed lid; wooden handles
  • Front-hinged chrome door for adding charcoal or water during the smoking process
  • Porcelain-coated steel water and charcoal pans and instruction manual included
  • Measures 17 by 17 by 32 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Color Black Red black Black
Length 28.25 inches 17 inches 17 inches 17 inches
Height 28.85 inches 35 inches 32 inches 32 inches
Width 33 inches 17 inches 17 inches 17 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 28.2 x 33 x 28.8 inches ; 20.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 22 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000LNTPIO
  • Item model number: 810-5301-C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,279 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Brinkmann 810-5301-C smoke-N-grill double smoker.


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Customer Reviews

I was very pleased with the working of this smoker.
alto
So when we found this cute little dual smoker/grill on sale at the local hardware store, we picked it right up.
C. Payson
My husband loves to smoke meat and grill and this smoker is better than some of the more expensive ones.
ohara167

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Hunter on February 14, 2009
Brinkmann's Smoke N Grill is perfect for the beginning smoker. What makes it perfect is the fact that it doesn't have all the fancy gadgets of the higher priced smokers and one has to actually learn how to make this contraption work by way of trial and error. Controlling cooking temperatures is a tedious task because there are no vents and the top has plenty of space between it and the body which allows alot of heat to escape. Modifications can be made to the unit which in turn will enhance its performance. Look around online for ECB modifications (El Cheapo Brinkmann)and you'll be glad you did the mods which will make things so much easier for you.
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58 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Sun-Tzu on January 1, 2008
Ok. Pound for pound this is the ultimate smoker for the price. I've been smoking (food) for the past 17 years and the Brinkmann has never failed to produce! The only problem I've had with it was getting a 24 pound Thanksgiving Turkey out without it falling apart and me burning myself. To tell you the truth I forgot how I managed to get the Turkey out but everyone raved over it's flavor! Filled the water pan with wine instead of water. Ribs, Tri-tip, Chicken and my favorite, Salmon have all come out perfect! The trick is keeping the coals hot throughout the duration of cooking time calculated. 4 racks of Ribs (6 hours), the rest half that time. I've had a total of 6 of these (sometimes using 2 at once) throughout my 17 years of smoking. Enjoy! BDM
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By R. Gough on October 19, 2007
i have had my smoker for a few years and have used it to smoke briskets and even turkeys. Works great, Easy to use and it's upright design makes it easy to store. light weight and a verry generious water pan for marinades.

Heres a quick tip... about an hour before you are done smoking throw some veggies in the marinade/water pan and boil them in the smoker while finishing the meat. I also prop a instant read thermometer in the lid to get a accurate reading of the internal temp of the smoker (low, med, high guage is rather vague)

if you use both racks only put items you do not need to handle on the lower one as you won't be able to access it if food is also on the top rack.

Works great as a regular grill also.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By marlin on July 16, 2008
I wanted a simple, affordable and easy to use smoker and this one foots the bill perfectly. At less than $70 it was the least expensive and the most efficient unit i could dream off. The fish I smoked tasted delicious and afterwards i used the same coals to grill a steak to perfection. The thermometer on the lid lets you know when the unit is ready.On another ocassion i smoked a whole turkey-fantastic. Just make sure you use long mittens when removing the water pan...
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Allen M. Reynolds on September 2, 2013
The Brinkmann Smoke 'N Grill is a perfect way to get started in smoking. I assembled it and and started using it last weekend. My chuck roast turned out so tender and juicy that I was asked to do a repeat performance today (which I am in the middle of doing). There seem to be a lot of complaints on here about the design of the product and having a hard time maneuvering charcoal, wood chips, and water into the smoker after it is started. Here is some advice I have found to eliminate those problems: First of all people must keep in mind that this is a lightweight, portable smoker; of course there is going to be less room to work with compared to larger smokers. Secondly; this is pretty much a charcoal powered slow cooker when you are smoking, not a standard grill. Treat the charcoal fire just as you would a wood or coal stove. I use a cheap fireplace shovel ($5 at a home improvement store) that I bent into a scoop to load more charcoal and wood chips in. Regulating the temperature becomes a mere matter of another scoop of charcoal when looked at from this point of view. I load more water into the pan through the top of the smoker. My meat is positioned so I have a small area in front cleared for the water. A tea kettle or water pitcher works great to make sure you do not drench your meat. I also recommend full grill gloves instead of mitts just for extra protection. As far as rusting, as long as you follow the directions and cure the smoker before the first use and spray it with non stick spray after each use you should be fine. The only problem that i really see is that the charcoal pan could have come with a grate. I plan on buying the electric conversion kit that Brinkmann offers Brinkmann 812-3323-0 Smokeshop Electric Converter for winter smoking and using charcoal in the summer. All in all, I feel that this was worth every penny.
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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Ken Morenz on October 14, 2008
I purchased this smoker at Home Depot this summer. It creates a lot of smoke and has lots of room for food, so I do like it. That said, I have yet to have anything come off of it cooked properly. Yeah, some of it is me getting used to using it, but if used as it was designed, the temperature never comes higher than the low end of ideal"; usually it sits in the upper end of "cold". I tried using a full chimney starter of briquettes, and even adding new ones after dumping. My theory is that the pan of water really keeps the temperature down. That's good for some things, but not for most (unless you like having to replenish the charcoal four or five times). Next time I use it, I plan to try and keep the water pan low. Just enough water to spread across the bottom. I might even leave it empty and use it as a drip pan only. I'm not sure how the manufacturer could fix this problem, but some mention of techniques would be useful.
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