Max Temp using water pan


 

Colin

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Welcome to the the best Weber forum on the planet! Glad you joined us. There is an incredible wealth of knowledge here from some fantastic people, all willing to assist. Glad you joined us.
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Steve Gruver

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Welcome to the the best Weber forum on the planet! Glad you joined us. There is an incredible wealth of knowledge here from some fantastic people, all willing to assist. Glad you joined us.
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Thank you Brother!
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Michael Richards

TVWBB Guru
Thank you! I just purchased a Thermoworks Billows. Wish me luck with this 15# beauty!
Good luck and welcome! If this is something you are already thinking about, then please disregard. However, make sure to keep an eye on the water pan and make sure it does not go dry especially if you want to go higher heats. Higher heats will will burn off the water faster and then with no water and that charcoal ripping you can go from wanting to run a little hotter with water to a heat spike that can take some of the fun out of the cook. Keep us posted!
 

Steve Gruver

New member
All done! 10.5 hour cook right around 270-275º for the most part. Wrapped last 4 hours. Off to the cooler for a long nap before serving.

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