Meadow Creek BBQ Smokers Put the "Style" Into Good ole' Southern Style Barbecue
Equipped With Non-Rusting Stainless Steel Grates and Details That Make You Look Amazing
We offer several types of smokers, including a line of classy reverse flow tank smokers. If you're sick of cheap imports and are looking for slick welds, handsome designs, rock-solid construction, and most of all—a fun and easy cooking experience—you're at the right place!
Meadow Creek PR36 Backyard BBQ Smoker$795.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek SQ36 Barbeque Smoker$1,150.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek BX25 Cabinet (Box) Smoker$1,785.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek TS70P Barbecue Smoker$2,450.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek BX50 Cabinet Smoker$2,925.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek TS120P Push-Around BBQ Smoker$3,595.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek BX100 Cabinet (Box) Smoker$3,975.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek TS120 Barbeque Smoker Trailer$4,965.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek BX50T Cabinet Smoker Trailer$5,195.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek TS250 Barbeque Smoker Trailer$5,995.00 MSRP Details
Meadow Creek TS500 Barbeque Smoker$8,995.00 MSRP Details
Reverse Flow Smoker Airflow
Our tank smokers (TS models) have reverse flow draft and rounded tank ends for the best performance and class in offset stick burners. Indirect heat from slowly burning wood or charcoal travels under the sealed drip pan until it enters the smoking chamber on the far end where it naturally travels back toward the firebox and out the stack. This design creates a more even heat than a traditional design with tuning plates and makes it easy to maintain a consistent temperature. The drip pan can also be used for water smoking with the drain spigot closed.
Why you should consider a Meadow Creek Smoker...
A common problem with cheap offset smokers is inconsistent temperature—it can be a real battle maintaining the fire for long cooks. Our high-end charcoal/wood fired smokers make it a breeze to crank out amazing barbecue while still giving you the fun of poking coals.
- If you like managing a live fire, they are fun to use—even on longer cooks (especially the TS and BX models).
- You can deck out one of our tank smoker with lots of cool options, including insulated firebox, stainless steel workshelves, and a mounted chicken cooker. What's more, we promise to make it exactly how you ordered it.
- We put our whole heart into producing top quality. You really need to see the workmanship in real life to fully appreciate it, but everything from the heavy steel doors to the positive lock latches, smooth welds, stainless steel grates, and rock-solid concepts that makes these BBQ smokers work so well comes from a passion to give you the best value for your dollar.
- The trailer models look great behind your pickup truck or SUV and come with a 2" ball hitch, a heavy duty wheel jack, Torflex axles, and flush-mount LED lights.
Usage Summary: If you want to cook with indirect heat, but occasionally cold smoke cheese and cook over direct heat (with the optional grill pan), one of these is a good choice.
Difference in Models: Available in charcoal/wood fired models. The BX50T, TS120, TS250, and TS500 models each come built on a highway trailer. The other smokers are made to move around by hand, but you can order any model mounted on a custom trailer. Sizes range from smaller backyard models to the 500-gallon TS500. Browse the product listings above for photos, features, measurements, and add-ons for each model.
I received the trailer and have been working very hard to get everything up and running for my BBQ business, I'm really impressed with the quality of this equipment, and so is everyone else who stops to look at it. This past weekend I fired it up and cooked 4 pork butts, 8 racks of St. Louis style ribs, and a case of whole chicken legs. They turned out the best I've ever made, no exaggeration! These cookers make a seasoned professional out of an amateur. This was well worth the wait.