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    My Dutch build Mini WSM

    Hello everyone,

    I just finished my mini WSM. I did a maiden run last sunday and the smoker did it's job perfect.
    Here are some pictures:



















    Last edited by Niels B; 08-17-2016 at 02:05 AM.

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    My Dutch build Mini WSM









    The pot I've used (stainless steel): http://www.hobbybrouwshop.nl/brouwpan33liter
    Price (incl. shipping): €56,50/$63,65

    The lid of the Smokey Joe fits even better on the pot than on the Smokey Joe itself.
    Last edited by Niels B; 08-17-2016 at 02:05 AM.

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    That's a nice mini Niels. Well done!
    Eat a balanced diet.....a piece of pork belly in each hand.
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    Nice piece of work there Niels!
    Performer Deluxe(Copper) Genesis Gold B(Redhead) 18WSM 14WSM 26 OTG 22 OTG JJ Q1200 Gas & Charcoal Go Anywhere, Vortex, Kettle Pizza, Smoke

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    Good Job,, looks great!!
    SCBA/KCBS Judge,,,,,, Master Touch, One Touch, Smokey Joe, many other smokers

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    Great work !
    Well done !

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    Great looking Mini, Happy smoking!
    A Silver turn to Gold, Gold,14.5 WSM, Jumbo Joe with a Cajun Bandit Stacker!

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    Awesome job Niels! You're going to love the Mini, it's a very versatile little smoker.
    Give a man a steak, he'll eat for a day. Teach a man to BBQ, and he'll sit by the grill and drink beer all weekend!

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    Great looking mini! Such a good little smoker to have!
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    After a few months of trying and testing I can conclude that the mini WSM works like it should work.
    Low fuel usage, extinguishes when closing air vent (airtight build) and perfectly smoked food.
    Weber OTO 47 | SJS 37 | Mini WSM | WGA

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