The Weber Smoky Mountain Smoker (WSM)

//The Weber Smoky Mountain Smoker (WSM)

The Weber Smoky Mountain Smoker (WSM)

Weber Smoky Mountain Smoker (WSM)As I have said before.. the Weber Smoky Mountain Smoker commonly referred to as the WSM is probably one of the best charcoal smokers on the market. It may even beat some of the more expensive units on the market.

Here are the specs of the 18.5 Weber Smoky Mountain Smoker

  • Measures 41 x 19 x 19″; comes with Weber cookbook, heavy-duty vinyl cover.
  • Outdoor charcoal smoker; offers ample room; smoke a turkey and a ham at same time
  • Bowl and lid made of premium-grade steel; coated with porcelain enamel; wont rust or fade
  • 2 triple-nickel-plated, 18-1/2-inch-diameter cooking grates; rust-resistant aluminum vents and fuel door
  • Glass-reinforced nylon handle; porcelain-enameled water pan creates steam to keep meats moist

Enjoy authentic smokehouse flavor at home with the Weber 2820 Smoky Mountain Cooker/Smoker. Though amazingly compact in looks, this smoker is equipped with two 18.5-in. grates that let you smoke both a turkey and a ham at once. At the bottom is a porcelain-enameled water pan that adds steam to the cooking process so your meat stays moist and tender. In front is a rust-resistant door that lets you add fuel easily and conveniently. The grates are triple nickel-plated, the bowl and lid are porcelain-enameled and the handle is glass-reinforced nylon. Comes with a Weber cookbook and a premium-grade cover. Limited 10-year warranty.

Can't find one in stores or just want the convenience of having it delivered right to your door?

Order a 18.5 Weber Smoky Mountain Smoker here

 

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2018-06-14T03:38:22+00:00By |3 Comments

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Long time Industrial Engineer turned self-proclaimed fire poker, pitmaster and smoke whisperer and loving every minute of it!

3 Comments

  1. horace L hoskins July 3, 2017 at 10:58 am - Reply

    smoke on a char griller

  2. Kathy June 2, 2013 at 10:10 am - Reply

    Hey Jeff,

    I'm a newbie to smoking and was considering purchasing the Weber Smoking Mountain that you've recommended.  After skimming through the specs, I didn't see that this smoker offered a built-in thermostat to keep an eye on the temperature.  Did I just skim too fast, is it possibly not listed, or it indeed DOESNT come with a thermometer?  If it doesn't come with, whats the best way to gauge temp without letting all the heat out everytime to need to take a peek?

     

    Thanks, Kathy

    • boris August 28, 2013 at 8:06 pm - Reply

      The thermometer's on top, but that only tells you the temp of the smoker and not the meat.

      You'll need to get a digital thermo with a probe and close the top.  You can view the temp by pressing the button and you'll never need to take the top off until your done.

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