The PR36 is considered Meadow Creek's most versatile grill, it's a grill, pig roaster, and smoker all in one!
The PR36 Charcoal grill will roast you up a mean small hog, smokes your meats for a sear done just right in indirect heat, and gives you plenty of space for every day grilling on direct heat. Being as versatile as this charcoal grill is, you can cook a hog, smoke your briskets and steaks, or grill your burgers and hot dogs on a daily basis because this BBQ charcoal grill was built to be heavy-duty and handle any type of cooking. The capacity of the PR36 is perfect for casual BBQ fun with friends and family.
You really get it all with the Meadow Creek PR36, it's a charcoal grill fully loaded for any backyard cook's needs especially with all the BBQ grills special features. One of the most versatile features on this grill is the drip pan/grill pan. Use the pan as a heat barrier when smoking meat for indirect cooking or build your fire by putting charcoal in the pan for direct heat grilling for meats such as burgers, steaks, and more. The pan is removable for easy disposal of charcoal, and the charcoal vents on the grill allow you to easier control your flames, and temperature while smoking. Your PR36 comes loaded with all these features and many more.
With the PR36 you'll be getting a versatile grill that truly does it all.
Pro-tip: To double your cooking space add a second tier grate. Just select the "select options" tab to view the additonal accessories.
- 13" tires make for easy maneuverability
- Stay Cool Handles
- Drip pan doubles as a grill pan
- Heavy duty construction
- Charcoal Vents
- Non-Rusting Stainless Steel Grates
- Thermometer on Smoking Chamber Door
- Painted with 1,200 degree F heat resistant paint.
Overall Dimensions: 46"H x 43.5"L x 27"W
Grate Dimensions: 14" x 35"
2nd Tier Grate Dimensions: 13" x 34"
Grate Style: Wire Grid With 1/2" Spacing
Cooking Area: 3.4 sq. ft. (490 sq. in.)
Cooking Area With 2nd Tier Grate(additional feature): 6.47 sq. ft. (932 sq. in.)
Net Weight: 175 lbs.
Shipping Weight: 220 lbs.
Metal Thickness on Smoker: 13 Gauge
Use approximately 40 pounds of charcoal to cook a small pig, Boston butts, or briskets for approximately 8–10 hours. 10 lbs. of charcoal will grill lots and lots of steaks, burgers, hotdogs, etc.