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Help me decide please. 22" or 26" kettle

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  • FishTalesNC
    Club Member
    • Dec 2017
    • 905
    • Durham, NC

    • Cookers
      • Weber Premium Kettle 26” w/ SNS XL
      • Weber Smokey Joe 14”
      • Pit Barrel Cooker


      Thermometers
      • Weber iGrill 2 w/ 1 ambient and 3 meat probes
      • Thermapen mk4


      Accessories
      • Weber Gourmet BBQ System Pizza Stone
      • Weber Gourmet BBQ System Wok
      • EasySpin Cooking Grate (26”)
      • Custom Cut GrillGrates for SNS XL
      • Frogmat cut to fit 26" w/ SNS
      • Weber Original Rib Rack
      • Pampered Chef BBQ Pizza Pan (2)
      • Weber Chimney Starter (2)
      • Beast Armor Gloves
      • CharGon Grate Cleaner
      • PBC Chimney Starter
      • PBC Ash Pan
      • PBC Hinged Grate
      • PBC Corn Hanger
      • PBC Vertical Skewers (10" & 15")
      • PBC Sausage Hanger
      • PBC Basket Hanger

    Top | #16
    I had a 22”, a 26”, and a PBC. I sold the 22” Performer Deluxe earlier this year, tho I do have the SNS XL and easy spin grate for my 26” and neither are available anymore. The side table was nice, but I found something else I’m liking even better (outdoor side table on wheels with a stainless steel top) so I don’t miss it. We’re a family of 3, and I often was frustrated by the lack of space on the 22” and didn’t use all the extras very often. I love the 26” and still use the same vortex and wok in it that I used in my 22”. The 26” just takes a bit more fuel to run. I find it a great compliment to my PBC, and still choose to smoke on it sometimes since it’s a noticeably different flavor profile and I tend to get a lot more bark on it (but never chicken, that’s reserved for the PBC ha!) If you’re cooking for 8 or more sometimes I’d go for the 26”. FWIW...

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    • mountainsmoker
      Club Member
      • Jun 2019
      • 1303
      • Bryson City, NC

      Top | #17
      DurhamBuckeye think about how your going to use it the most. For example there are only 2 of us and I have to plan carefully on my 22 kettle to cook dinner on her. I will cook meat and vegetables for and entire meal and hardly have any room left over. So think carefully if the 22 is big enough or you can make it work for you.

      @JBMorgan list of what you can cook is a good one. But you can get a raised shelf and increase your space Mine is from Smokenator, I saw that Adrenaline had one So instead of 1 brisket you can do 2 and so on. You won't be able to double every thing but about 1/2 - 2/3 depending on what your smoking or cooking.

      https://abcbarbecue.com/product/elevated-cooking-grate/

      Good luck on you decision.
      Last edited by mountainsmoker; October 5th, 2019, 02:07 PM.

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    • FireMan
      Charter Member
      • Jul 2015
      • 6688
      • Bottom of Winnebago

      Top | #18
      I have a 22 & others. Go 26 cuz it’s bigger! Mo is better!

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      • DurhamBuckeye
        DurhamBuckeye commented
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        Straight to the point. Thanks!
    • Attjack
      Club Member
      • Aug 2017
      • 3276
      • Primo XL
        Weber 26"
        Weber 22"
        Weber 22"
        Weber 18"
        Weber Jumbo Joe
        Weber Green Smokey Joe (Thanks, Mr. Bones!)
        Weber Smokey Joe
        Orion Smoker

        DigiQ DX2
        Slow 'N Sear XL
        Arteflame 26.75" Insert

        Blaze BLZ-4-NG 32-Inch 4-Burner Built-In
        - With Rear Infrared Burner
        - With Infrared Sear Burner
        - With Rotisserie
        Empava 2 Burner Gas Cooktop
        Weber Spirit 210
        - With Grillgrates
        ​​​​​​​ - With Rotisserie
        Weber Q2200

        Blackstone Pizza Oven

        Portable propane burners (3)
        Propane turkey Fryer

        Fire pit grill

      Top | #19
      Either go with the 26 or a pair of used 22s for the same price or less.

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      • DurhamBuckeye
        DurhamBuckeye commented
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        Two 22's , Hadn't really considered that. 🤔

      • Mr. Bones
        Mr. Bones commented
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        I'm findin myself likin th way yer thinkin, Brother Attjack lol!

      • Attjack
        Attjack commented
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        I have a 26 and a Jumbo Joe. I sometimes find the 26 a little too big and sometimes find the 18 a little too small. If you get a pair you can not only have flexibility in terms of capacity you can run them at different temps.
    • Polarbear777
      Club Member
      • Sep 2016
      • 1300

      Top | #20
      Having had both, the 26 real estate is helpful. When you want to cook sides and mains at once you quickly run out of room on the 22”. Plus a 20lb brisket or a spatchcocked turkey will fit in the 26” easily...

      You’ve got a lot of other equipment so you could go either way.

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      • Thunder77
        Founding Member
        • Jul 2014
        • 2569
        • Halethorpe, MD
        • Weber 22.5" Kettle with SnS Brinkmann 5 burner gasser. Akorn Kamado, and Akorn Jr kamado. Love grilling steaks, ribs, and chicken. Need to master smoked salmon Favorite cool weather beer: Sam Adams Octoberfest Favorite warm weather beer: Yuengling Traditional Lager All-time favorite drink: Single Malt Scotch

        Top | #21
        26 all the way!

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        • DurhamBuckeye
          Club Member
          • Jul 2019
          • 12
          • Durham, NC

          Top | #22
          Thanks to all for your input/advice. I think I'm gonna go with a 26" with sns & vortex.

          I told my wife I was trying to decide between the two & she immediately said to get the 26", so I don't have to do any convincing. But she has watched me labor in 90+ degree heat over the last several weeks putting in a paver patio so I could move my cookers off the deck at her request (and she really likes everything I cook).

          So I'm going to be a bit patient & watch for a deal on the 26 & will share some pics from my first cook once I get her home.

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          • Craigar
            Craigar commented
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            Congratulations! You're going to love the 26. I bought the 26 first and then the original SnS and it has been a dream. Even though it is just the two of us at home, I can almost always cook the meat and two sides without issue at the same time on the 26. My only regret is I didn't buy a second 26 when I bought the 22, just to have the extra room. The 22 has served us well and is a rib machine with the SnS but I would like to have the extra real estate the 26 provides.

          • HawkerXP
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            Congrats! Hey, we also have a "show us your outside kitchen" sticky so post some pic's of your new spot!
        • HouseHomey
          Club Member
          • May 2016
          • 4129
          • Huntington Beach, Ca. Surf City USA.
          • Equipment
            Slow n Sear
            Drip n Griddle
            22" Weber Kettle
            26" Weber Kettle one touch
            Blackstone 36” Pro Series
            Sous vide machine
            Kitchen Aid
            Meat grinder
            sausage stuffer
            5 Crock Pots
            Akootrimonts
            Two chimneys (was 3 but rivets finally popped, down to 1)
            cast iron pans,
            Dutch ovens
            Signals 4 probe, thermapens, chef alarms, thermapop and maverick T-732 and various pocket instareads.
            The help and preferences
            1 extra fridge and a deep chest freezer in the garage
            KBB
            A 7 year old princess foster child
            Patience and patio furniture
            Lots of ice cubes
            "Baby Girl" The cat

            Erik S.

          Top | #23
          26 no doubt about it. The 26 with the original SnS is a dream. I ran mine that way until I got the XL SnS cuz I needed it.

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          • binarypaladin
            Club Member
            • May 2017
            • 254
            • Weber Original Kettle Premium 22 (black)
              Weber Smokey Mountain 18
              Weber Jumbo Joe
              Adrenaline Barbecue Company Slow 'N Sear (original)
              Adrenaline Barbecue Company Charcoal Basket
              Adrenaline Barbecue Company Drip 'N Griddle Pan
              Cajun Bandit Smokey Mountain Upgrade Kit
              Gateway Drum Smoker Rib Hanger Kit
              Thermoworks Smoke
              Lavatools Javelin Pro Duo (red)
              Flame Boss 300

            Top | #24
            22” all day.

            in addition to more options in general, almost everything related to the 26” is way pricier. The slight convenience of a 26” over like a pair of 22” models just isn’t worth it to me.

            If money is no object, the 26” is fine or if you really need that space a lot. Even for smoking though, I can do a pair of butts or a packer in the 22” without an issue.

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            • binarypaladin
              binarypaladin commented
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              And I just noticed the final comment. Haha. 26 it is.
          • rwalters
            Club Member
            • Aug 2017
            • 350
            • MAK 2 Star -- Blackstone Griddles

              I am not a vegetarian, but I eat animals that are

            Top | #25
            I have cooked on both extensively and the 26 without a doubt is my preferred kettle!

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            • Reds Fan 5
              Charter Member
              • Sep 2014
              • 243
              • Western Springs, IL
              • Equipment
                Weber Genesis Gas
                Weber 22" Kettle (black)
                Smokenator
                Slow N Sear

                Thermometers
                Maverick 732 Redi-Chek
                Thermopop

                Fuel
                Kingsford Blue Bag
                Kingsford Professional

                Wood
                Apple (chunks)
                Mesquite (chunks)
                Hickory (chunks)
                Oak (chunks)

                Beverages
                Beer: Sun King Sunlight Cream Ale; Goose Island 312; Goose Island Green Line; Revolution Anti-Hero IPA; Lagunitas IPA

                Bourbon: Basil Hayden
                Rye: George Dickel
                Cocktail: Manhattan

                Personal
                Married, one child (son)
                Originally from Indianapolis, IN. Currently live in Chicago's Western Suburbs (near Meathead!)
                Associate Dean at Chicago area university

              Top | #26
              The 26”, no question. We are a family of 3 and I do not regret purchasing the 26”. It’s easier than the 22” in almost every way.

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              • binarypaladin
                Club Member
                • May 2017
                • 254
                • Weber Original Kettle Premium 22 (black)
                  Weber Smokey Mountain 18
                  Weber Jumbo Joe
                  Adrenaline Barbecue Company Slow 'N Sear (original)
                  Adrenaline Barbecue Company Charcoal Basket
                  Adrenaline Barbecue Company Drip 'N Griddle Pan
                  Cajun Bandit Smokey Mountain Upgrade Kit
                  Gateway Drum Smoker Rib Hanger Kit
                  Thermoworks Smoke
                  Lavatools Javelin Pro Duo (red)
                  Flame Boss 300

                Top | #27
                Sounds like other cookers matter here a lot. I rarely try a full meal on one cooker. I make heavy use of my WSM and my Jumbo Joe along with my 22” kettle. Maybe that’s why I never find myself wanting with the 22, even with a family of 5 and usually 2-3 more on top of that for most cooks.

                When I need two zones, I can spread that across two cookers.

                Incidentally, all this conversation has done is made me think I owe it to myself to get another cooker for Christmas, lol.

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                • Craigar
                  Craigar commented
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                  Merry Christmas!

                • jfmorris
                  jfmorris commented
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                  I am in that same situation too - if I need to cook two different things, I spread it across 2-3 grills. Veggies/chicken/whatever on one, burgers/whatever on another. I've got two Weber Genesis gas grills with Grillgrates at the moment, the 22" Performer, and an offset that doubles as a charcoal grill with 748 sq inches grate space.

                  And... Merry Christmas! Let us know what Santa brings you!
              • ColonialDawg
                Club Member
                • Oct 2017
                • 373
                • Coastal VA

                Top | #28
                I have a family of 6 and we sometimes have friends or family over for dinner. For that reason I bought the 26 inch kettle and SNS and am glad I did. The extra real estate is nice. Additionally, it’s a versatile grill. I modified it with a guru fan adapter for whenever I plan long cooks. It will easily fit a large packer brisket, 2-3 butts, a large spatchcocked turkey, 6 chicken halves, and I have cooked 5 racks of ribs (standing them on edge using a rack). I mostly cook hot and fast now and it does that admirably. I had no idea the XL SNS had been discontinued, but honestly I wish I had purchased the regular SNS with removable water reservoir. That’ll give you even more grilling space. The 26 Weber is a machine and I don’t think it gets as much publicity as it should. Beside my 26 inch Weber, I have a PBC and between those two, I can cook for a crowd.

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                • jumbo7676
                  Club Member
                  • Jun 2018
                  • 194
                  • Centreville, VA
                  • GMG Daniel Boone

                    Weber Spirit E-310
                    GrillGrates

                    Weber Performer Premium 22"
                    Slow 'N Sear 2.0
                    Drip 'N Griddle Deluxe
                    EasySpin Grate

                    Weber Kettle Premium 22"
                    Vortex

                    Weber Smokey Mountain 14"

                    FireBoard
                    Maverick XR-50

                  Top | #29
                  Buy one of each! That way you can get all the toys you want for the 22 and have the real estate of the 26 available as needed.

                  So... I'm half joking. I have 3 22s (one Premium, 2 Performers) that I bought used and got them all for half of what a new 26 plus a cover would have cost me. But I am on the lookout daily for a used 26 to add to the collection because I would really like the extra cooking space. A quick look on Facebook Marketplace searching for Weber within 40 miles of Durham returns this (https://www.facebook.com/marketplace...7345987301541/). No pictures of the insides, which I would definitely ask for.

                  22s can be found so cheap that if the higher price of the 26 makes you hesitant (as it made me), I'd buy a 22 and keep and eye out for a used 26 in case one pops up. If owning one of each isn't an option, can always sell the 22 if you manage to find a 26. Plus, if by some chance you decide you don't like cooking on the kettle as much as your other grills, you haven't dropped the extra $$ on the 26.

                  I've also found that going the Craig's List/Facebook Marketplace route often has a cover, chimney starter, and some other goodies (charcoal, bbq tools) thrown in.

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                  • jumbo7676
                    jumbo7676 commented
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                    I didn't see there was a 2nd page of comments before responding. Looks like you already made a decision. Good luck in your search for a 26 and happy cooking!
                • DurhamBuckeye
                  Club Member
                  • Jul 2019
                  • 12
                  • Durham, NC

                  Top | #30
                  Thanks to everyone for your advice. I decided to go with the 26". I was able to stack up some coupons & cash back to get $60 off a new one, which arrived this weekend.

                  I'm really happy with the size of it, and I know it'll be a workhorse for me. pic from the beginning of the cook

                  We had some friends over for dinner tonight so I fired it up to make up some wings. I used a pecan chunk & finished with 3 different sauces, hot buffalo, sweet BBQ & Caribbean jerk.

                  Here's a pic from the start of the cook. I forgot to get one at the end, with hungry kids & guests.
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                  Thanks again for your advice.

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                  • Ben Quen
                    Ben Quen commented
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                    Very wise decision for sure!
                    #nowthatssmokin

                  • LA Pork Butt
                    LA Pork Butt commented
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                    Have fun with your new toy!

                  • holehogg
                    holehogg commented
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                    Good advice given all round excellent decision made. Happy cooks ahead.
                    Must add great choice for first cook.

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