We bought this last fall for possible catering jobs. It got stashed in the garage until today. As you can see from the picture, I have it running. I plan on doing up a mess of ribs tomorrow. But today, I'm just giving it a test run. Going to feel it out for the hot spots, etc.
We haven't named it yet, but rest assured we will at some point. It is made by Spicewine Ironworks and is pretty darned heavy duty. Jay (one of the owner's) makes three standard sizes. Small, medium, and large. We opted for the large. We have 4 racks that measure 34 x 25. That's a lot of cooking area.
I just went outside and checked it. It's humming along quite nicely. The double walled insulated construction, helps it maintain temperature with very little fuel burn. This also allows for custom colors. No more of the theory that your BBQ pit needs to be black. When I ordered it I went to my truck and gave him the paint code off of it and the cooker matches my truck to a T.
Here is a listing of some of it's features.
-Fully Insulated (up to 1200 degrees) Double Wall Construction
-Extra Large Multi Rack Cooking Area
-Large Water Pan with Drain
-Easy Clean Out Ash Pan
-Easy Slide Adjustable Shelving
-Pop-out Cooking Racks for Easy Cleaning
-Fully Adjustable Damper Vents
-Your Choice of Colors
-Heavy Duty Casters
-Spring Loaded Heat-Proof Door Handles
If I can figure out how to show you more than one picture per entry, I will get some more pictures of the cook tomorrow.
Jay also has a very good line of seasonings, rubs and sauces that sell fairly well in our store. If you get a chance, check them out sometime. If in the store, just ask to try a sample.