We always get questions about how to care for Lang BBQ Smokers. Some of our customers have been kind enough to share their tips and photos.
New Product Coming Soon Gregory from Shreveport, Louisiana writes: I purchased a Lang 48″ smoker last year. I have used it at least 2-3 times per month over the last year and am very happy with my purchase. The smoker is showing rust in several areas on the firebox. I clean the smoker thoroughly after … Read more New Product Announcement
We recently received this enthusiastic request for information about the Lang Model 36 Series. …read more
Announcement – we have a new online form to find out information about replacement parts for you model Lang BBQ Smokers. …more
Question about lowering the smoke stack. read more
Review of the dreaded STALL in the Huffington Post article “Physicist Cracks BBQ Mystery” By Meathead. read more
Q&A Q: Are all your smokers 1/4 in steel? A: Yes, our BBQ smokers are all 1/4″ plate thru-out. Q: Do you also make insulated fireboxes? A: When materials are this thick and all-welded in construction; they hold their heat extremely well and don’t need the insulation like thinner gauge meta l machines do. ~ Thanks for Looking … Read more Insulated Fireboxes?
Along with a great testimonial from Tom, we received a request for directions on how to clean the Lang BBQ Smoker chimney. Ben Lang replies in this post. Cleaning a Smoker Cooker Chimney I have had my Lang for a couple years now and I couldn’t be happier with it. I have the 48″ patio … Read more Cleaning a Lang BBQ Smoker Chimney
We asked – Why? While a rotisserie could be fitted in our smokers we don’t offer one. We prefer to let the heat move around the meat in our reverse-flow smoker cookers, rather than moving the meat around in the heat, as in rotisseries. photo credit – the two whole hogs photo above is from … Read more He asked – Can you build a rotisserie in my smoker cooker?