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Old 07-18-2019, 04:54 PM   #31
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Ironside and LSG are both great options. I have the LSG, nearly bought the Ironside previously.
Same here. I would have went Ironside but the wait was longer. Absolutely love my LSG though.

What's the most you've loaded it up? Gonna do a big cook in under a month, brisket, ribs, chicken. Gonna have to try and fit 9 packers, curious how much more fuel I'll burn
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Old 07-18-2019, 05:44 PM   #32
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Gonna do a big cook in under a month, brisket, ribs, chicken. Gonna have to try and fit 9 packers, curious how much more fuel I'll burn
The large? 9 briskets will probably fit on 2 racks.

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Old 07-19-2019, 07:09 AM   #33
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The large? 9 briskets will probably fit on 2 racks.

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Just went out with a 16 pounder and I think 3 15lb+ packers per rack, 12 is the most that would comfortably fit at once.... you say 18? Maybe if they are thin and you use the extra racks?


Also going to be doing 500 chicken legs and either a ton of ribs or belly burnt ends....can't decide. Gonna be a blast!
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Old 07-19-2019, 07:59 AM   #34
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Same here. I would have went Ironside but the wait was longer. Absolutely love my LSG though.

What's the most you've loaded it up? Gonna do a big cook in under a month, brisket, ribs, chicken. Gonna have to try and fit 9 packers, curious how much more fuel I'll burn
BuffaloDave - so aside from the wait time you would have gone Ironside? What was the main things you liked about Ironside over LSG? I just got my text that my Ironside build should start in about a month.
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Old 07-19-2019, 12:26 PM   #35
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BuffaloDave - so aside from the wait time you would have gone Ironside? What was the main things you liked about Ironside over LSG? I just got my text that my Ironside build should start in about a month.

I liked the option to go full wood, and the design looked nice. All's well that ends well though I wouldn't trade my lsg now!
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Old 07-23-2019, 03:39 PM   #37
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There are a growing number of high quality verticals out there now, and I think that is a good thing. While I tired of baby sitting my offset all day, I was hesitant to try yet another new design of smoker. Nothing I have ever used held a candle to the offset, but old age nudged me toward convenience and one more shot at nirvana.

After some adventures in the selection process ( half the fun), I settled on the Cascade Que Deville and it changed my smoking regimen entirely. The ease of use, quality of the build and finished flavor, furnished the trifecta I have searched for. All this, while I slept
peacefully through the night.

I think the insulated reverse flow vertical is the single best advancement in smoking in decades.

Have fun.

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There are a growing number of high quality verticals out there now, and I think that is a good thing. While I tired of baby sitting my offset all day, I was hesitant to try yet another new design of smoker. Nothing I have ever used held a candle to the offset, but old age nudged me toward convenience and one more shot at nirvana.

After some adventures in the selection process ( half the fun), I settled on the Cascade Que Deville and it changed my smoking regimen entirely. The ease of use, quality of the build and finished flavor, furnished the trifecta I have searched for. All this, while I slept
peacefully through the night.

I think the insulated reverse flow vertical is the single best advancement in smoking in decades.

Have fun.

P.S. Offsets make great planters.

The reviews from you and luv2smoke were a big part of me buying a cascade. Not a lot out there on them.
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Old 07-24-2019, 07:40 PM   #39
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Any of y’all with the mini have a picture of it fully loaded with meat?
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