Meadow Creek Pig Roasters

Cook pretty much anything. Seriously.

Yes, they’re designed for whole pigs. But the indirect heat, high fuel capacity, and extremely stable temperature let you cook a huge range of foods. Especially those big cuts with long cook times. 

The charcoal units hold enough fuel to last 12 hours. Add an electronic temperature controller, and you can safely leave your pig roaster cooking all night and sleep like a baby.

The one thing a base model pig roaster can’t do is grill and sear. But the optional grill pan removes that limitation. It turns your pig roaster into an all-purpose barbecue powerhouse that will have your neighbors begging for an invite to the next cookout.

Beginners Guide to Roasting a Whole Hog

Are you new to the art of roasting a whole pig? 

This blog post will give you all the info you need get started, and show you just how simple it can be!

Looking for a different type of smoker? 

We also make offset smokers, reverse flow smokers, and cabinet smokers. Browse our BBQ smokers here.

"There is no force in the world as we know it that would make me give up my PR60T. I do a lot of cooking and it has never let me down! I don't endorse many things but, I would gladly suggest this or any other Meadow Creek cooker to someone who really want's the best meat ever cooked."

—Wade Janes, Wild Wade's BBQ

Pig Roaster Videos

Pork Loin on a PR60T

How to smoke a pork loin that's tender, juicy, and delicious—without complicated steps.

Pork Ribs on a PR60T

27 racks of St. Louis ribs on a Meadow Creek PR60T Pig Roaster using the optional rib rack.

Meadow Creek PR60T Demo

Ribs, Chicken, Lobster, and more.

Made With Integrity

At Meadow Creek we believe it takes more than raw steel and cool machines to build a grill or smoker.

Need Help Choosing?

Contact a Meadow Creek dealer for a quote and advice in choosing the model and upgrades that are right for you.

Pig Roaster Airflow

The removable drip pan between the fire and the food creates vertically indirect heat. The air circulates around the drip pan and the food above it. There are vents in the bottom of the cooker and in the lid.

Why you should consider a Meadow Creek Pig Roaster...

  • It makes cooking a whole pig easy! Load it up, close the lid, and don't mess with it until it's done. On the charcoal units, you can fill the roaster with fuel and it will last until the pig is done. As a precaution, we recommend adding a temperature controller for long-unattended cooks, but there is no need to stay up all night cooking your hog.
  • It can cook anything you'd put in a regular smoker—plus up to a 275 pound (dressed weight) hog or a quarter of a beef—hassle-free and without a rotisserie. A 13 gauge drip pan between the heat source and the meat creates an even distribution of heat in the roaster.
  • It's easy to hold a consistent temperature in the charcoal / wood models even without an electronic temperature controller.
  • A slanted drip pan drains the grease to the outside of the unit through a drip tube (except in the PR36), making cleanup a snap.
  • A stainless steel calibratable thermometer in the lid makes it easy to keep a tab on the cooking temperature.
  • Cooking grates are made of rust-free food-grade T304 stainless steel rod and easy to clean.
  • The trailer models are fun to pull and come with a 2" ball hitch, a heavy duty wheel jack, rubber torsion axles, and flush-mount LED lights.

Usage Summary: The Meadow Creek Pig Roaster is a great choice if you want to cook whole pigs and any other cuts with indirect heat, such as butts, brisket, ribs, whole chickens, prime rib, and pork loins. Add a second tier grate to double your cooking surface or grill foods over direct heat by adding the optional grill pan.

Difference in Models: The variations between the PR models are size, fuel type, and mobility. Browse the product listings above for photos, features, measurements, and upgrades for each model.

Looking for a different type of smoker? 

We also make offset smokers, reverse flow smokers, and cabinet smokers. Browse our BBQ smokers here.

Stories of a Meadow Creek Pig Roaster in Use

How to Cook a Whole Alligator on a Meadow Creek PR60T
Whole Pig: PR60T Pig Roaster vs TS250 Tank Smoker
Beginner Guide: How to Roast a Pig in a Meadow Creek Pig Roaster
Ham Loaf and Stuffed Chicken Thighs on the PR60T

Cook for Crowds Without the Stress of Running Out of Meat Using
The Catering Formula for Beginners