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Old 09-30-2009, 04:00 PM   #1
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Whiskey Barrel Update

Thought you folks would like to see the progress on the WBS I've been putting together. All thats left is install the temp gauge & barrel dolly I have ordered.




















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Old 09-30-2009, 06:46 PM   #2
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Way Kewl!!! Now, what is the attachment on the side?...the thermos lookin thing.
Great Job!
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Old 09-30-2009, 06:57 PM   #3
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Appreciate it MitchSchaft & DJ

DJ It's called the Big Kahuna Smoke Generator
The attached tubing runs to an aqarium air pump.
Fill the cylinder with whatever wood chips you want &
provides over 4 hours of continuous smoke in the barrel.
I make & smoke my own cheeses & this provides the
smoke with no heat at all. If I'm gonna use WBS
normally with coal basket it provides awesome smoked
flavor!

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Old 09-30-2009, 07:15 PM   #4
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Sounds like a great way to cold smoke. Thanks fer the come back.
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DJ It's called the Big Kahuna Smoke Generator
The attached tubing runs to an aqarium air pump.
Fill the cylinder with whatever wood chips you want &
provides over 4 hours of continuous smoke in the barrel.
I make & smoke my own cheeses & this provides the
smoke with no heat at all. If I'm gonna use WBS
normally with coal basket it provides awesome smoked
flavor!

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Old 09-30-2009, 09:53 PM   #5
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Looks awesome! Fine job... fine job indeed

Unless it needs to be that tall for some reason....
I would either do away with the chrome tip
or lower the exhaust to where you ONLY have the
chrome stack sticking out of barrel.

just my $.02 of course
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I agree with SJ. The first thing I thought as I was looking at the pics was " I bet that stack is going to create some draw ".

Very impressive looking.
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I agree with SJ. The first thing I thought as I was looking at the pics was " I bet that stack is going to create some draw ".

Very impressive looking.
I may need to keep an eye on that Cliff H. Thanks

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Old 10-01-2009, 11:15 AM   #9
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nice cant wait to see the first cook
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I agree with SJ. The first thing I thought as I was looking at the pics was " I bet that stack is going to create some draw ".

Very impressive looking.
I may need to keep an eye on that Cliff H. Thanks

First, BEAUTIFUL Bluz!!!! Very very nice! I'd love to have something like that for cold smoking!!

Your 'draw' should be fine if you control the 'intake', in otherwords, you should have to barely open up your intake vents......speaking of that, where are they?? I see something poking out in a couple spots, but can't make out what they are?

The biggest thing with the exhaust I see is if you don't have a covered area to use it when it's raining and the rain getting in it.
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