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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3 responses to “Building A Fire In Your Smoker – creating the positive draft flow”

  1. mike helton says:

    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. tim scarbrough says:

    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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