I have had my 60 Patio for 5 months now. I just wanted to let you know how glad I am that I chose a Lang. I previously owned 2 less expensive, cheap quality BBQ cookers over the last 15 years. One was a horizontal style cooker and the other was a vertical style, both … Read moreHi Ben and The Crew,
We got married in June and decided to buy a Lang 60 smoker from you guys instead of paying a catering bill! We were a little nervous that we wouldn’t use it much after the ceremony and boy, were we wrong!! We’ve probably used our smoker more than a dozen times in the past three … Read moreWe got married in June
Here is a little bit of info you may want to pass on to your customers. I made a charcoal basket for the fire box for long cooks like Brisket or Whole Hog. It will hold up to two bags of charcoal. My test burn was with only one bag using the Minion Method, (20 … Read moreCharcoal Basket for Long Cooks
Hey Ben – I bought my Model 60 Deluxe in 2005 (I think that’s right). Over the past 2 years, we have entered a few BBQ competitions and have a couple of amateur trophies to show for it. In an attempt to have less gear to pack up when we travel, we made an addition … Read moreWe added a folding table over the wood box.
Mr. Lang, I bought a Lang Third generation 84 earlier this year. It has been beyond believe in cooking Boston Butts and Ribs. I now have been tasked with cooking whole Turkey’s ( about 18-20 lbs ones) for our church on Thanksgiving day this year. Do you have any great recipe’s that you could share.? … Read moreI Bought a Lang Third Generation
I am interested in the Model#60. I have no experience with wood cookers/smokers. Somewhat concerned about the unavailability of hickory and other smoking woods in Nebraska. Cory L Stanton, Nebraska Cory, The bar-b.q. smokers use less wood than you would think. A quarter chord will last you quite awhile when you are cooking for your … Read moreSmoking Wood for my BBQ
We had a party last weekend and I just had to write and tell you how much I am enjoying my new toy (yes some of us know how to BBQ out here in Utah)! We cooked 140 lbs of Boston Butt and three racks of ribs. The meat was so tender and the smoke … Read moreLovin’ the Smoker!
I am 46 and charcoal all of the time. I also smoke boston butts and cook a lot of chicken and steaks. What would you suggest. I am ready for one that will last….not a brinkman, etc. WW East Prairie, Missouri Warren, Thanks for your email. We are glad you are ready for a better … Read moreI am ready for one that will last….
Elizabeth from Gerogia asked us, “How many pork butts are needed to feed 100 people?” I am thinking 12 butts. Does anyone have any experience with this situation who can comment? Ben Lang