The Ten best offset smoker grill 2022

Best Offset Smoker Grill Combo 2022

1. Char-Broil 13201747-05 Longhorn Offset Smoker/Grill

Oklahoma Joe’s Longhorn Offset Smoker

You’re not going to do much better than the Char-Broil Longhorn Offset smoker is a great smoker for the money. There are quite a few reasons why.

For starters, this pellet smoker has a really impressive capacity. When it comes to smokers, size definitely matters. This beast has over 1000 square inches of cooking space in the two chambers. This means you can easily smoke 6 racks of baby backs in the upper chamber and smoke a couple packs of sausages in the lower chamber without any problem.

It also comes with high quality porcelain coasted wire cooking grates for both chambers. The porcelain coating is important for cleaning and also for maintenance and minimizing rust or corrosion on the grill surface. If you’re thinking of adding a pan of water to your firebox to add additional moisture to your meat (which is a good idea, by the way), having porcelain coated racks is an important addition.

The construction is of higher gauge quality steel, and the larger-sized thermometer provides helpful information while you’re cooking. Overall, this offset smokers truly one of the best offset smokers on the market 2022.

2. Dyna-Glo DGO1176BDC-D Charcoal

Dyna-Glo DGO1176BDC-D Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker

The Dyna-Glo charcoal smoker is a specially designed smoker for larger surface area. It has a vertical smoking chamber, with a smaller firebox built onto the side. The overall smoking area is substantial – 1175 square inches. This means that you can accommodate 150 lbs. of meat with a single smoking session – plenty for a serious Super Bowl Party. The really cool part about this smoker is that the racks in the smoker are adjustable, allowing for you to choose the size and location of your meat during the smoking process.

The construction is really high quality, with good steel and quality cooking surface grates. Also, charcoal removal is super simple with this model because the firebox has an easily removable drawer system. The grease management is really simple and efficient as well.

Overall, this is a high quality smoker. It has nearly everything you’d look for – capacity, construction, simplicity, etc. The only small drawback is that the temperature fluctuates depending on where in the smoker the meat is located. Racks of ribs on the bottom grate will cook a lot faster than racks on the top, so you’ll need to babysit your meat and move it around to achieve the right level of smoky goodness.

3. Pit Barrel Cooker Package

Pit Barrel Cooker Classic Package – 18.5 Inch Drum Smoker | Porcelain Coated Steel BBQ Grill | Includes 8 Hooks, 2 Hanging Rods, Grill Grate and More

This isn’t actually a true offset smoker, but it still ranks high on the list. Built from a really high quality steel 30 gallon construction with porcelain overlay, the Pit Barrel has some really great benefits.

Because the fire chamber is in the base of the smoker, there is little or no temp regulation beyond just stoking the coals or adding additional wood chips. This makes for shorter cook times and less heat loss. Plus the entire system is simple and portable and easy to use.

The major drawback on this smoker is the lack of cooking area. There is only one smoking grate to smoke flat meats like ribs. There are hooks that can be used to smoke other meat like whole birds or tied off pork butts, but the lack of flat space is still a downside.
Overall, it’s a great smoker with an ingenious design, built for quick but flavorful cooking and ease of use.

4. Smoke Hollow 4-in-1 Gas Charcoal Smoker

Smoke Hollow 4-in-1 Combo Grill

Smokers are usually one-style cooking tools. Buy an offset smoker, and that’s what you’ll do – smoke meat. However, the Smoke Hollow 4in1 is a unique system. It has a gas grill, a charcoal grill, a porcelain meat searer, and an offset smoker all in one. If you’re a meat smoking addict, this grill may not be for you.

However, if you’re looking for cooking versatility, along with smoking ability, this grill is for you. A lot of guys don’t have the space on the patio for two different units, and this system deals with that issue.

The construction is high quality, and the firebox/smoking chamber is a nice set up. However, you will definitely lose smoking space, so if you’re looking to do more than two racks of ribs at a time, this may not be the right unit for you. Overall, a really useful grill for the right buyer.

5. Char-Griller 5050 Duo Gas and Charcoal Grill

Char-Griller 5050 Duo Gas-and-Charcoal Grill

This unit has many of the same features as the Smoke Hollow model. It has an additional side burner for heating sauces, etc. The difference is that this unit doesn’t have the traditional offset firebox. The designers wanted to use that space for a sideburner instead.

In order to compensate for that loss, they’ve simply made the smoke chamber inside the smoker. You’ll need to use the under base of the smoking chamber as your firebox. This has advantages and disadvantages. It makes cook times much faster, but it also loses some of the traditional smoking style and long-cook process.

Otherwise the grill is really nice. A large cooking area over 1200 sq inches in total, and built with a high quality steel construction. It’s a great grill for someone who isn’t dedicated to meat smoking as an addicted past time.

6. Char-Griller 1224 Smokin Pro 830 Square Inch Charcoal Grill

Char-Griller E1224 Smokin Pro 830 Square Inch Charcoal Grill with Side Fire Box, 50 Inch, Black

This unit is a classic offset smoker with some really nice design features. The charcoal firebox has a drawer to easily add coals without removing the entire grate, and the fire grate has a damper for temperature control. With the temperature control mechanisms, it’s usually a good idea to figure out how to use the first one before you try using both.

Damper allows heat and smoke to enter from the firebox, and the chimney allows the outside air to pull the smoke and heat across the meat. The danger is trying to use both at the same time without some serious practice. The unit also has cast iron grates, which resist wear. They do, however, have the disadvantage of potential rust, so you’ll need to season them and take good care of them after each cooking session.

The capacity is a bit lower than some other offset smokers – only 830 square inches – so you’ll need to plan accordingly. You can comfortably fit 4 racks of baby backs, and then cook some another rack or two (depending on size) in the firebox. Be careful, though, because the firebox ribs will burn. It is made from heavy powder-coated steel.

7. Outdoor Leisure SH36208 Smoke Hollow 40-Inch Barrel

Outdoor Leisure SH36208 Smoke Hollow 40-Inch Barrel Smoker (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

This is a really great looking offset smoker with some extremely fine construction features. For starters, the grill racks are a heavy duty porcelain coated cast iron, and are nearly indestructible. They won’t rust or corrode.

The barrel and firebox are both made of heavy duty steel and the baffle between them is well-sealed. Overall, a well constructed smoker.

The smoking surface is 720 square inches, which, as a single smoker, is a sizable surface area. The Smoke Hollow can use both charcoal and wood, which allows you to choose the specific smoke flavor you’re hoping for.

8. Dyna Glo DGO1176BDC-D

Dyna-Glo DGO1176BDC-D Vertical Offset Charcoal Smoker

With the new Dyna Glo DGO1176BDC-D, you’ll certainly be able to rise to the occasion and impress all your guests with deliciously smoked meat that’s juicy and has a delicious crust as well. Thanks to the DGO1176BDC-D’s vertical design, you can have the peace of mind that it’s a lot more efficient that other smokers on the market and is going to better impart that smokey flavor in your meals. Due to the offset design, direct heat is keep away from the meats, making it possible to cook them slowly.

No matter what you’d like to smoke, the 6 adjustable cooking greatest are spacious enough o accommodate meats of various sizes. In total, you get a cooking surface of 1176 sq. in, with each grate having a maximum capacity of twenty five lbs. This is very impressive indeed and it’s going to make cooking for large family gatherings a breeze.

But when the party is over and everyone has already left home, you’re going to have to clean the smoker and ready it for its next use. In this regard, the ash management and charcoal system with removable steel pan will help you with that. In fact, you don’t even have to clean it after each use, since the DGO1176BDC-D was designed to handle great amounts of ash for many hours. Last but not least, the heavy duty steel construction of the DGO1176BDC-D gives you the peace of mind that this unit is going to last you for years to come.

9. Char Broil Highland Offset Grill

Char-Broil Oklahoma Joe’s Highland Offset Smoker

This offset smoker is a really nice model. It is made of heavy gauge steel with good sealing doors and dampers. The firebox has the same handy side door for stoking and adding wood.

The cooking chamber is 619 square inches, which allows for easily four racks of baby backs at a time. The firebox also has another 300 square inches as well, giving a total cooking area over 900 square inches.

The cool touch handles and heavy duty rolling handles are helpful. There’s a nice steel shelf in front for prep space. Finally, the cooking grates are coated in porcelain for non-stick durability.

10. Laguna Grills GS-41 Big Horse Smoker Grill

Laguna Grills GS-41 Big Horse Smoker Grill,Black

Even though this one is coming in last compared to the others, it’s still a really great offset smoker. Made with a set of three dampers, including one on the outside of the firebox for allowing greater airflow through the coals, this grill will make you an expert. The side door for the firebox is a little tricky to open while cooking, without a cooking mitt since the handle doesn’t have a cool-touch handle.

The construction is really solid, and the heavy gauge steel with tight fitting lids. Temperature control (undoubtedly the most important concern with smoking) is really simple with these features, and you’ll find that you can tweak the dampers to achieve the best airflow, depending on your meat selection.

The capacity is pretty solid – 538 square inches in the main smoking chamber – plus another 300 in the firebox. A bit smaller than others, but still a solid smoker.

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