I've cooked a few pigs in my 20x50 BYC ranging from just under 60# to probably a little under 70# & wouldn't want to go much bigger than 70 due to the size of the pit. That'll feed around 70 folks but yeah, you'll be working a little feeding the fire and spinning the pig a few times. I did 'em racer style and they all turned out really well. They all took in the neighborhood of 10 hours to cook and I let 'em rest about an hour.
All methods mentioned are well known to yield great results, but what I personally like about cooking in the BYC is being able to easily see and monitor how the cook is going.
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