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  1. Ripper

    Barrel Bbq Build

    Posting on AL after a long long break I believe making a BBQ grill was discussed a few years back and thought of documenting my build as a build log here so it will hopefully inspire another to do the same. Or at least help to avoid a few issues i face during my shot at this. As of now, i've complete about 80% of the build. Another two weekends and i should be through to the finish line Simply put...I love beer and grilled meat. Have a been huge fan for a while and i've been using two grills at home. One was this large oil drum grill i got made from a weld shop a few years back It got the job done beautifully. Have had many great times with friends and family with many cold ones. The only real complains was that it was really poor in aesthetics, wasn't portable, was prone to rust, fire box wasn't good, and had no way of controlling the heat I had it for good five years and have used it pretty often. But now finally it's started to show age and rust away. I also have a smaller portable grill that used to go in the truck with me on trips and the likes. Its store bought... highly portable but quite small in size and flimsy. I do love DIY and consider myself to be a tool addict Over time i've collected a bit of equipment so thought of building a grill myself as a weekend project. Objective was to fix or at least reduce the issues i had with the large barrel unit. Make it portable so it can go with me in the truck without taking too much of space etc.
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