I have been grilling on the BOOTHILL for a couple of weeks. It is a great grill and awesome smoker. However, I did notice two details that must be changed. First the axle must be raised about two inches toward the top of the grill and increase the height from the grill grate to the top of the smoker to 12 inches of space. If you are looking for an awesome grill this is it.
I set out to design a pit that could both smoke and grill as well as any pit out there. For a wood / charcoal fired grill to provide perfectly grilled meat you must be able to control your heat source. Like in a Santa Maria style gill where one can elevate the cooking grate away from the fire, in the Boothill we designed the charcoal grate to elevate up and down. You can lower the fire to the bottom of the grill approximately 14 inches away from the cooking grate for a slow cook or you can raise it within inches for a perfect sear. The grill comes with both Argentine and Solid Round Grates. We have incorporated two new design features a new grease catch for the Argentine Cooking Grate grease trough, simple open the brass drain valve outside the grill and let the grease drain into a soup can. After a long cook clean up will be easy when removing the ash. On the right side of the grill we have incorporated a slide out drawer. You simply sweep the ash to the hatch remove the drawer and empty the ash into your garbage can. WOW!!!!
Smoking is awesome in this pit. The charcoal grate also act as a heat / tuning plate. The Smoker is set up to be reverse flow and gasket sealed. The smoker holds temps within 5 degrees from the left to the right of the smoking chamber.
I have provided a video link below to my youtube channel. Yes, I was a bit vague on my smoker set up but that was intentional. Got questions call us.
*Fabricated out of 3/16 Steel Plate - Built to Last
*Argentine and Solid Round Grates included
*Grease Collection System. The Argentine Cooking Grate
filters grease to a grease trough where the grease is directed
to a brass drain valve where the grease can be collected in a
soup can for easy disposal.
*Drop Down front face for easy access to the charcoal / Wood fired grate
*Heavy Duty lift mechanism to Raise and Lower charcoal / wood fired grate.
*Lid Support System
*Optional Side Shelf
*Optional Offset Firebox.
Price without Firebox
24 x 48 - $2977.00
24 x 42 - $2718.65
24 x 36 - $2458.72
$440.00 Regardless of size of Cooker.
Options / Upgrades
Solid Round 304 SS Grate 3/8 inch - $121.00
Stainless Steel Argentine Grate - $242.00
Custom Griddle - $174.62 ( 21” x 22”)
Charcoal Basket - 25.00
Brasero - 160.32
Powder Coating Hi Temp
Stove Bright High Temp Powder Coating Specifications
Black on Black Vents - $575.00
Black on Red Vents - $668.00
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