Building A Fire In Your Smoker – creating the positive draft flow

A week ago I had a ton of great barbecue questions come in, so I shot a few videos answering them. On question was all about controlling and building a fire – and feeding the fire vs the the vent at the top of cooker. A Backwoods model is the perfect smoker to demonstrate this on, so I shot this video at a contest this past weekend. It all comes down to creating the positive draft flow and building a fire that is easy to manage. I’m going to be shooting more videos coming up, so if there is any questions you have just email me at [email protected] Malcom Reed Connect on Facebook Follow me on Twitter Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Find me on Google+ Follow me on Instagram Buy Killer Hogs Products Here

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  1. thanks for all the helpful tips my standards has changed big time my backyard customers are very pleased and i have scored more public events and rocked the place with Big Mikes Backyard BBQ style so once again thanks again.

  2. Malcolm, discovered your website yesterday and have poured through the many recipes, videos, tips, etc. I also ordered your rub and sauce to give it a whirl. Thanks very much for “giving back” to those of us who are beginner, yet serious barbeque enthusiasts. Do you have a recipe for prep and smoke of a bone-in pork loin? Thanks again for sharing your “sperience” with everyone.

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