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Old 08-12-2018, 07:23 PM   #1
TXNewbie
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Default Anyone use the LSG Adjustable Charcoal Grill for smoking?

So I have a LSG insulated vertical smoker on order.

I typically do chicken, burgers and steak the most. However I will still do ribs and brisket - just not as much as the others listed.

Has anyone used the LSG Adjustable Charcoal Grill to smoke on? Should I switch my order to the Adjustable Charcoal Grill?

I typically use my Webber Kettle 22" in a 2-zone set up to reverse sear my chicken and steaks then finish them over direct heat. Maybe I'd get more use of the Adjustable Charcoal Grill if I am able to smoke ribs and brisket with it also?

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