We’ll build the charcoal basket, make and install the grate supports, and do the final assembly. It is really a pretty simple build. The materials are easy to find and inexpensive. And the results . . . Well, the results speak for themselves. Having already used this smoker three times in the last two weeks, I can tell you it works like a charm. I’ve done smoker sausage once, and pulled pork twice. I’m thinking maybe ribs this weekend. If you’re interested, I’ll be posting a parts list with prices, and some constructions notes/sketches sometime in the next couple of weeks to help you with your own build. Thanks for checking it out, and please subscribe to see more of
This week we’ll walk through part two of our Ugly Drum Smoker (UDS) build. We’ll go through the burn out, the grind out, and the assembly of the smoker body. That leaves us only the charcoal basket and the grills before we’re ready to smoke some tasty brisket! Hope you enjoy. And, as always, if you have any questions, please feel free to drop me a comment or shoot me an email. Thanks!