Choose the revolutionary PR60 Pig Roaster and easily roast a whole pig up to a 250 lb. (live weight) without turning the meat.
Besides whole pigs, this pig cooker can handle anything you’d do low and slow in a regular smoker, including 30-35 pork butts with the second tier grate. Wood or charcoal fired.
The drip pan creates indirect heat, and the roaster’s design makes it easy to hold a consistent temperature.
You can add enough charcoal to last for 12-14 hours and with the help of a Guru temperature controller, you can safely leave it unattended while you catch a night’s sleep.
These pig roasters are a perfect solution if you want to cook whole pigs and don’t want to purchase a second cooker for general smoking.
The optional grill pan turns this roaster into a direct-heat grill for easily grilling hundreds of burgers and steaks in a short time.
If you need more space, check out the PR72 Pig Roaster for cooking whole pigs up to 325 pounds (live weight).
Key Features of the PR60 Pig Roaster
The removable drip pan creates direct heat and is designed to cook slightly warmer on one end so all parts of a whole pig finish cooking at the same time (shown on a PR60T Pig Roaster Trailer).
Takes excess grease out of the smoker into a bucket or other container (shown on a PR60T Pig Roaster Trailer).
Stainless Steel Grate
The standard stainless steel grate will never rust and is easy to clean (shown on a Caterer's Delight Trailer).
Equipped with a stainless steel calibratable thermometer for easy and accurate temperature readings.
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Easily add or adjust your charcoal without opening the lid or lifting the grate (shown on a Caterer's Delight Trailer).
Charcoal Grill Pan
Grill using direct heat with the optional charcoal grill pan.
2nd Tier Grate
Increase your smoker's capacity to almost double with the second tier grate (shown on a PR60T Pig Roaster Trailer).
Doors in Lid
Easily check on your meat without letting out all the heat or letting in so much air (shown on a PR60T Pig Roaster Trailer).
Maximize your capacity for ribs with the optional rib rack.