A Yoder Smoker

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A Yoder Smoker

Postby Fishd1 » 19 Mar 2013, 19:34

I am looking for a U.S style Smoker a heavy duty beast. Yoder Smokers make them in America but where can I buy one in the U.K? All I've seen is tinny crap that is not going to last a lifetime. Can anyone help??
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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby Nagaburns » 19 Mar 2013, 20:13

Hi FishD

What kind of smoker are you after, Yoder seem to cover all the bases?

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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby bencops » 20 Mar 2013, 08:38

These guys were selling at grillstock last year http://www.smokyfun.eu/. I havent bothered to check out shipping from their site but i would presume its available in the uk. I had a good fiddle with one at the event and it was very solid, same as the yoders i fiddled with at the royal!

I can ask the grillstock organisers if theyre going to be there again ifmyou want to see one.
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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby cjm1982 » 11 Aug 2014, 12:35

Looks like Yoder Smokers are available in Europe now, from this company. Anyone own one?

www.bbqeurope.com
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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby JEC » 12 Aug 2014, 05:58

cjm1982 wrote:Looks like Yoder Smokers are available in Europe now, from this company. Anyone own one?

http://www.bbqeurope.com


Oh that's tempting.
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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby JBBQ » 12 Aug 2014, 12:36

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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby Swindon_Ed » 20 Aug 2014, 19:52

cjm1982 wrote:Looks like Yoder Smokers are available in Europe now, from this company. Anyone own one?

http://www.bbqeurope.com


That's really interesting, i've liked the Yoders since i first saw them at the American Royal a couple of years ago.


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The quality difference between a Yoder and a GMG is like night and day.

Don't get me wrong the GMG is a good cooker, but the Yoders offer a lot more, they're made of thick steal and have a load of cool features with them too.
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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby Saucy Pig » 22 Aug 2014, 00:04

The Yoder YS480 looks to be about the same as the GMG Daniel Boone and certainly does look a sturdy beast, but at £1400+ it better be.
Ive used a GMG Daniel Boone for over a year, minimum 30+ hrs smoking a week and its never given me a single problem and its half the price.
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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby aris » 22 Aug 2014, 10:34

Saucy Pig wrote:The Yoder YS480 looks to be about the same as the GMG Daniel Boone and certainly does look a sturdy beast, but at £1400+ it better be.
Ive used a GMG Daniel Boone for over a year, minimum 30+ hrs smoking a week and its never given me a single problem and its half the price.


How much food can you fit into it?
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Re: A Yoder Smoker

Postby Saucy Pig » 22 Aug 2014, 22:58

I can get 6 butts in at a time or two full briskets.
Checking out both websites the GMG has just 22 sq in less cooking space than the Yoder.
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