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PostPosted: Tue Jul 31, 2018 11:12 am 
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Hi Guys, newbie here, so please be nice(ish)

in the middle of a renovation and designing up my bbq area. I would like to build it with both gas and charcoal.

does anyone know of a good bbq product out there that offers both fuel sources in one? tucker does offer the ability to put a charcoal tray on the gas burner, but i was more after two stand alone grills next to one another.

if this has already been covered then please point me in the right direction, I did a search on the forum but did not have much luck

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 01, 2018 9:36 pm 
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derek b wrote:
Hi Guys, newbie here, so please be nice(ish)

in the middle of a renovation and designing up my bbq area. I would like to build it with both gas and charcoal.

does anyone know of a good bbq product out there that offers both fuel sources in one? tucker does offer the ability to put a charcoal tray on the gas burner, but i was more after two stand alone grills next to one another.

if this has already been covered then please point me in the right direction, I did a search on the forum but did not have much luck

thanks


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 03, 2018 6:31 am 
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derek b wrote:
Hi Guys, newbie here, so please be nice(ish)

in the middle of a renovation and designing up my bbq area. I would like to build it with both gas and charcoal.

does anyone know of a good bbq product out there that offers both fuel sources in one? tucker does offer the ability to put a charcoal tray on the gas burner, but i was more after two stand alone grills next to one another.

if this has already been covered then please point me in the right direction, I did a search on the forum but did not have much luck

thanks

Derek
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 07, 2018 7:21 pm 
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derek b wrote:
Hi Guys, newbie here, so please be nice(ish)

in the middle of a renovation and designing up my bbq area. I would like to build it with both gas and charcoal.

does anyone know of a good bbq product out there that offers both fuel sources in one? tucker does offer the ability to put a charcoal tray on the gas burner, but i was more after two stand alone grills next to one another.

if this has already been covered then please point me in the right direction, I did a search on the forum but did not have much luck

thanks



Brother in the same predicament, I’m looking at a braii ( I think that’s how u spell it )!but I recommend keeping ya bbq lpq it burns so much hotter . Pizza oven would be cool but it’s the kind of thing you would need to use all day to get benefit
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 13, 2018 10:17 pm 
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Have you considered a woodpellet grill?

It will do most what you want including low n slow smoking but will get as hot and grill similar to a gas BBQ....it will also preheat almost as quick as a gas grill.
The only downside to them is that they require electricity to operate the thermostat controller, fan and start the pellets burning....but apart from that....they are awesome!!


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