Get yourself a quality offset BBQ smoker for half the price with Meadow Creek’s SQ36. This heavy-duty offset smoker has been hand-crafted piece by piece in the USA to become an effective smoking machine. The SQ36 offset smoker is the best choice for those who don’t want to spend a whole bunch on a reverse air-flow smoker but still want quality, competition worthy results.
With the SQ36 you aren’t just getting a heavy-duty offset smoker, you’re also getting the opportunity to become a BBQ smoking master! The SQ36 is so easy to use, anyone can easily enhance their skills after just one cook. Have everyone begging for seconds after one taste of your tender, juicy meat when using the SQ36.
The SQ36 is fully loaded with an offset firebox on the right side, which allows you to control your temperatures in the smoker even when the fire is hot, a flattop that you can use to warm up sauces or side dishes, a chimney located at the base of the cooker on the left, a smart duct system with holes that help distribute smoke all around your smoking chamber to spread smoke evenly to deliver effortless BBQ results.
The SQ36 offset smoker is great for BBQ cooks everywhere, from beginners to pros, everyone can get quality results in their backyard.
Pro-tip: We recommend adding in the Charcoal Pan Insert as an upgrade, it will turn this offset BBQ smoker into a charcoal BBQ grill.
- Stainless steel grates
- Slide out ash pan
- Stay cool handles on slide vents
- Drain hole on the smoking chamber
- Charcoal Grate in Fire Box
- Ballvalve Drain
Overall Dimensions: 61.5" L x 29" W x 56.5" H
Grate Dimensions: 14.5" x 35"
2nd Tier Grate Dimensions: 13" x 34"
Net Weight: 310 lbs
Shipping Weight: 350 lbs
Metal Thickness on Smoker 13 gauge.
Meat Capacity (standard): Fits a 30-40lb whole pig, 2-3 racks of spare ribs, 10-12 chicken halves, 2 whole briskets, or 5-6 pork butts.
Meat Capacity w/ 2nd Tier Grate: 4-5 racks of spare ribs, 15-20 chicken halves, 4 whole briskets, or 10 pork butts.
Suitable for feeding 50-75 people.
For smoking: We recommend using non petroleum based starters. Residue in the smoke from these starters can contaminate the cooking box with the potential to effect the flavor of the meat. The use of a torch or paper and kindling is most effective. Use approximately 15-20 lbs. of charcoal in the BBQ firebox to get started. Once the meat is placed in the smoker, you can add wood and or charcoal in fire box for smoking. You can continue to use wood or charcoal (your choice). Add wood or charcoal as needed to maintain temperature where you want it.
For Grilling: Purchase the charcoal pan insert as an upgrade. Then place your charcoal pan in smoker, below stainless steel grate, and put in your desired amount of charcoal for grilling. The charcoal pan insert holds 15 lbs of bbq charcoal.