Weber Smokey Mountain 57cm charcoal cooker at bbqworld "CLEAR10" 10% discount - £363.69 delivered
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Weber Smokey Mountain 57cm charcoal cooker at bbqworld "CLEAR10" 10% discount - £363.69 delivered

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Found 9th Aug 2017Edited by:"mikejbry"
It's back again, 10% off at bbqworld.co.uk

BBQworld are offering an additional 10% off all of their BBQs and accessories (with the exception of Heat beads, Bull and Big green egg products), using the code "CLEAR10".

Weber Smokey Mountain, 57cm £363.69
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Weber Smokey Mountain, 47cm £323.19

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Weber Smokey Mountain, 37cm £266.49

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Original Poster
Also comes with this free meat pack

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I paid £404 for this bbq only a few weeks ago from wowbbq, so this is a bargain for someone looking for a Weber Smokey Mountain, I'll assume the cold votes are from the "£15 homebase special" bbq brigade
Edited by: "mikejbry" 9th Aug 2017
I got the baby one a few weeks ago, still not had the weather to use it,(still got 9+ years guarantee so I should get a chance to use it) nearly need a forklift to move it - its a beast. hoping to smoke my trout.
Lol cheapskates voted cold... Just turn a bin upside down and light a cowpat innit.
Thanks for the code!
I've cooked on them all! These are the best
Bargain! Thanks 🏽
Great price for the 57cm
I have the 47cm which was big enough and cost more than the 57cm. Top smoker and once up to temp largely fire and forget had it running over 12 hrs for lovely pulled pork last week over hickory chunks at perfect temp using one batch of Weber briquettes
tobyw3 h, 45 m ago

I have the 47cm which was big enough and cost more than the 57cm. Top …I have the 47cm which was big enough and cost more than the 57cm. Top smoker and once up to temp largely fire and forget had it running over 12 hrs for lovely pulled pork last week over hickory chunks at perfect temp using one batch of Weber briquettes


My mouths watering just thinking about that. Need one of these in my life.
Original Poster
Beef short ribs were my second smoke


31668443-XumIZ.jpgThen I tried spare ribs with the belly still on (skin removed)

31668443-tBsy6.jpg31668443-JxzGM.jpgThey were all really tasty, 2 or 3 pork shoulders going on tomorrow
Original Poster
These smokers are amazing and very temperature stable. I'll be doing a full packer brisket in 2 weeks for a big BBQ at my home, I'll be starting it late in the evening before, so it will be running overnight unattended. This smoker is perfect for that.
mikejbry11th Aug 2017

These smokers are amazing and very temperature stable. I'll be doing a …These smokers are amazing and very temperature stable. I'll be doing a full packer brisket in 2 weeks for a big BBQ at my home, I'll be starting it late in the evening before, so it will be running overnight unattended. This smoker is perfect for that.


Where do you get your meat from? I’m ready to pull the trigger on the 47cm version..looks like no discounts at the mo though
antonyi4 h, 15 m ago

Where do you get your meat from? I’m ready to pull the trigger on the 47cm …Where do you get your meat from? I’m ready to pull the trigger on the 47cm version..looks like no discounts at the mo though


Morrison’s or local butcher best
Original Poster
I get my big cuts of pork from Makro, though I need a good supplier of brisket. Smoker is awesome, I defo recommend one.

I've been making bacon recently as well, buy a whole belly, remove the spare ribs and BBQ seperately.

Then wet cure the belly (skin removed) and smoke it however you like, cold or hot.

Awesome
Packington pork shoulder from Ocado/Waitrose is great for pulled pork
It’s definitely fire and once up to temperature forget (to an extent) temperature rock solid for hours
Edited by: "tobyw" 12th May
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