Enjoying the smoker?I haven't received it yet (Next Monday........). But was just wondering. I'm out in Elbert county, about 60 miles southeast of Denver.
What did you set your feed rate too?I am at 3500 ft and have not had any problems with the Bull. I did take the elevation in account when calibrating my ink bird thermometer. I live in the desert so the outdoor temps are extreme. Outdoor temps have been 100+/- all summer so I did have to adjust the feed rate (which has kept my temps spot on). I am sure I will have to adjust the feed rate again this fall/winter when it gets much colder outside.
Hi Guys.Enjoying the smoker?
I’m in Denver and I’m placing my order for a 700 next week (finally convinced the wife)!
Curious How long it took for the smoker to arrive to you from placing the order.
also, looking forward to hear if anyone makes “altitude” adjustments!
I've started adding a stainless tub of water on grates just to experiment. To be honest, I've not seen much difference. We have an ambient humidity of about 8 percent during the days out here, and generally see it get in the low 40's as measured by my Davis Vantage Pro 2. I"ve done some really long smokes (18-22 hours), and I only spritz about 4 times during that time. The last pork shoulder I did, I never even opened the lid till it was done (without water bath). Came out awesome!Just curious if anyone at altitude is using water baths?
Ive read multiple Other posts about this topic in this forum, but I’m specifically asking here since (yes, it’s an assumption) we are living with less humidity than the majority of the USA.