Smokemiester BBQ Smokers convert a covered grill into a BBQ Smoker. Our BBQ Smoker is unique; it requires No Air Pump, it makes its own draft. Our BBQ Smokers install easily, burn long, and deliver pure dense smoke from the outside of covered grills, smokehouses, etc. The heat that's generated from the burning process is carried away in the air, leaving just smoke for COLD SMOKING. Installed on a covered grill, Smokemiester makes the perfect HOT BBQ SMOKER/GRILL. Our BBQ Smokers make more than enough smoke for any barbecue. Smokemiester BBQ Smokers are easy to install, simple to use, self-cleaning, and Need No Power. The burn screen allows free smoke circulation and prevents outlet tube clogging. We've made a BBQ Smoker you'll be proud to own and use! For pellet grills, the Smokemiester works for cold smoking and pre-smoking only.
"It really works! Smoked two Coho (Silver) salmon this last weekend which turned out the neighbors around the block. I suspect the Smoker with alder & hickory chips a 130F Grill x 7 hrs added to the crisp fall aroma. Used a flat basket on the Rotisserie and it all went very well-Only had to refill the Smokemiester once and clean up was very, very easy! I can't believe I didn't think of this myself! Thanks it's worth the money."
- Larry, Oak Harbor, WA
"Excellent product. "The Smokemiester works really well on my Kamado, plenty of smoke, and I love the fact that you can keep the smoke flowing. It’s well worth the money to avoid all the hassles, and dial in just the right amount of smoke. I would highly recommend this to friends."
- Stephen, Smyrna, TN 6/23/14
"Ok I am impressed and that is hard to do. We had to do a little more adapting but got it to work and boy did it work. I positioned it in between the two stacks in the rear so that it would have a little protection when towing. Thanks for all the help and answers."
- Rick, Jefferson City, TN
"Just wanted to let you know that I have made the Smokemiester go through several test runs in my (dear I say) spanking new smoke house and it works great! For cold smoking the one Smokemiester seems to fill the smoke room admiringly."
- Christian, Oslo, Norway
After a visit to a BBQ restaurant in Sonora, CA between Ken Mockel,
his wife Diane, and her father Volney, the group set out to recreate the smoky flavor with their own BBQ ribs that they had tasted at the restaurant. They had Weber grills and tried smoke boxes, aluminum
foil packs with wood chips, sawdust smokers, etc., but none could recreate the flavor they were looking for. Therefore, they set out on a quest to see if it was possible using their own creation...
They would spend three years of daily research and development to produce the Smokemiester. During that time, they built, tested, rebuilt, retested, prototyped, improved, and studied until they were satisfied that the Smokemiester met their precision standards and its design couldn't be improved upon.