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Vertical Grill

Proud Owner Of Our Vertical Smoker. Luce's Bar & Kitchen

Proud Owner Of Our Vertical Smoker. Luce's Bar & Kitchen

Vertical Smoker

Vertical Smoker

New Vertical Smoker

New Vertical Smoker

Take a Look Inside Our New Vertical Smoker.

Take a Look Inside Our New Vertical Smoker.

Vertical Smoker Smokes To Perfection. Every Time!

Vertical Smoker Smokes To Perfection. Every Time!

Vertical Smoker Smokes To Perfection. Every time!

Vertical Smoker Smokes To Perfection. Every time!

Proud Owner Of Our Vertical Smoker. Luce's Bar & KitchenVertical SmokerNew Vertical SmokerTake a Look Inside Our New Vertical Smoker.Vertical Smoker Smokes To Perfection. Every Time!Vertical Smoker Smokes To Perfection. Every time!

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Price $300.00
If you’re looking for a large smoker here’s a great smoker for your needs. Excellent idea for cooking large quantities of meats at one time! Our custom made smokers are hand crafted with the ventilation cap’s at the top for exhausting. The temperature gauge is located on the top of the grill. ¬†We could preset holes for your temperature gauges if you require. There is a access door at the bottom of the barrel for placing your wood and charcoal trays. All grills are made with (2) separate 3 by 3 inch hole. We can custom preset any hole size you desire. Just send us your specifications and will get right to work on it. All vertical smokers are sitting on sturdy wheels. The outside of the barrel is sprayed with high temp paint to prevent the outside of the barrel from chipping. The inside of the barrels are new, never used and has plenty of space for fitting 3 large turkeys a small pig and lots of ribs, links, and chicken. Folks, there’s Lot’s of cooking space for this style of smoking!! In other words, you have to see it to believe it. Don’t hesitate or delay as the products are selling fast! I will assure you that you will be happy with your product. Give us a call, or you can contact us at the link listed below.

New Vertical Smoker:
Moss Grills provides a limited warranty on all of our grills and smokers. Our pits are guaranteed against burnout. In addition, if something goes wrong with your grill or smoker that has been caused by the manufacturer, you, the original purchaser, can bring your bbq pit for repair at no charge. This warranty is useful to the purchaser only and you must have your original receipt.

7 Comments

  1. Virginia
    May 22, 2010 @ 8:38 pm

    Moss Grills,

    I’m really impressed with the craftsmanship, I love the vertical smoker! I had one back in the day but these pale in comparison to the old school ones. I plan to order one shortly. Keep up the great work!

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  2. Virginia
    May 30, 2010 @ 3:58 am

    Oops, I meant those don’t compare to yours!!! :) I received my smoker and its absolutely wonderful. Thanks!

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  3. G Ben
    July 18, 2011 @ 12:04 pm

    Smoked 5 slabs and ate very well, love the sauce!

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  4. find out more
    July 21, 2012 @ 10:48 pm

    great work, keep up the great webpage.

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  5. Kevin Klemm
    August 7, 2012 @ 11:10 pm

    I ordered a vertical smoker from Mr. Moss just before Memorial Day weekend, and I wanted to put it through it’s paces before I submitted a review. First off, I’m very happy with the smoker. So far I’ve smoked two briskets, three racks of ribs, two beer can chickens, two pork shoulders and this past weekend a ton of beef jerky. The smoker holds the temperature well and I found I can adjust the temperature most efficiently by opening and closing the fire door at the bottom of the smoker. If the temp starts dropping, all you do is open the door and let in more airflow and then close it either fully or partially when you reach the right temperature. So far I found the best way to use this smoker is to utilize the bottom rack for a water pan. The rack is too close to the fire source to use it for food, but I double up two heavy duty aluminum roasting pans and fill it up with water with some onion and that creates some moist heat to keep your meat from drying out while it’s smoking. The top rack is far enough from the heat source to allow slow smoking, but deep enough to fit in a whole turkey if you want to. I put whatever I am going to smoke in another aluminum roasting pan (which allows the smoke to permeate the meat, but keeps the juice from dripping down onto your firebox), and everything has turned out perfectly. You can then use some of the collected juice and add it to your BBQ sauce for an extra blast of flavor. In my mind, the perfect set-up would be this vertical smoker for slow smoking your meat and then the Single Grill for handling all of your grilling needs such as burgers and dogs, steaks, corn etc. So do yourself a favor, if you really want to be like the Old School Pit Masters, you need this Vertical Smoker! Mr. Moss and Moss Custom BBQ’s has a customer for life! Keep up the good work!

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    • Cirag
      October 12, 2012 @ 10:21 pm

      Charcoal, you can add wet wood chips over the coals through out coikong, make sure you have allot of coals, to keep feeding the heat. If your propane, you will want to make a foil packet, with wood chips, and herbs, you would want to change out just about every hour. Also have it on one side of the grill then rotate a different side moving your bird.

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  6. Sam
    October 12, 2012 @ 9:02 am

    If you’re not an experienced smekor, this might be difficult if you are preparing a nice dinner for company. Smoking a 18 lb turkey might take 12 hours at 200 degrees f. The challenge is keeping the temperature at 200. The other challenge is ..Is your grill big enough to keep the turkey away from the direct heat and yet still enough room to make a fire that will keep things at 200 degrees. And, if you live in a cold part of the country, keep in mind you will be adding fuel every 1/2 hour or so for that entire 12 hour period. make sure you have a thermometer to measure the temperature inside the grill. Optimally, keep the temperature between 185 and 225 (in the middle if possible) Good luck with your venture and happy thanksgiving

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