There’s nothing that says a good time is about to be had like watching a truck roll up with a massive BBQ trailer pit hooked to the back. You’ve seen them at tailgating parties and outdoor concerts, at family events and block parties, and at any kind of outdoor gathering that is looking for a lot of meat to get cooking at once.
BBQ trailer pits take the classic Texas smoker design of an offset smoker and put it on steroids. Weighing over 1000lbs with 60+ inches of grilling space, you will find that using a BBQ trailer pit is very similar to using our classic offset smokers, just on a much larger scale.
Our Portable Luling Smoker have the same long, horizontal chamber where the food will smoke, coupled with an attached firebox for the coals and wood as the smaller Luling Offset smoker. Not only will this trailer pit allow you to cook multiple rib racks and briskets at once, but it will also provide you with great airflow adjustment and temperature control, as well as multi-temp heat gauges, and more.
Our Portable Pearsall smoker looks very similar to our Pearsall offset smoker, but with more real estate. The vertical smoker has removable racks, which means you can smoke up some long sausage links or hang ribs for a long, slow smoke as you also prep the other side of the for pizza. That’s right! Our Portable Pearsall smoker has enough temperature variability that it can range from 700°F to as low as 150°F.
If you’re comfortable with our offset smokers and are looking to get comfortable on the competition circuit or become the go-to guy in your neighborhood for parties, we recommend taking a browse through our sturdy, heavy steel BBQ trailer pits to see what might strike your fancy.