BBQ Feast on the SQ36 Smoker
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This entry-level BBQ smoker is a great choice for backyard enthusiasts who want an offset smoker that’s better quality than the chain store models.
The T304 stainless steel cooking grate holds 5–6 pork butts or 2 whole briskets, and the optional 2nd Tier Grate doubles that. The optional grill pan converts this smoker into a direct-heat grill for burgers and steaks.
Similar to the PR36 BBQ Smoker, this backyard cooker adds a firebox on the side, for cooking offset smoker style. Indirect heat comes from slowly burning wood or charcoal in the fire box. The removable ash pan and easy access to the firebox makes stoking the coals hassle-free.
The SQ36 BBQ Smoker is charcoal/wood-fired and can hold 5-6 pork butts or 5-6 racks of baby back ribs. An outstanding smoker for small barbeques. Check out the TS70P Tank Smoker if you need more cooking space.
The optional charcoal grill pan lets you bring the charcoal into the cooking chamber and close to the grate for foods you want to cook with more intense heat, such as steaks, hamburgers, and hotdogs.
“I couldn’t be happier with the versatility of the SQ36. Maintaining temperature is very easy once you get the vents at the right spot.” —Kevin Rau
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Key Features of the Meadow Creek SQ36 Barbeque Smoker
Distributes heat and smoke throughout the cooking chamber for even cooking.
Stainless Steel Grate
The stainless steel grates are rust-free and easy-to-clean.
The heavy duty firebox grate keeps the coals off the floor of the firebox for an even and consistent burn.
Equipped with a stainless steel calibratable thermometer for easy and accurate temperature readings.
Best-Selling Options for the SQ36 Barbeque Smoker
Click the "Customize" button above to select options
Second Tier Grate
Increase your grate surface to almost double so you can cook even more food at a time.
Maximize your smoker's capacity for ribs.
Charcoal Grill Pan
Bring the charcoal close to the grate for thinner foods you want to cook with more intense heat, such as steaks, hamburgers, and hotdogs.