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Brisket on LSG Adjustable Grill & Smoker

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  • Alphonse
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    Yep, their videos were a big factor in my purchase as well as some advice from others that own them. I never really laid hands on one until I brought mine out of the crate.
    Last edited by Alphonse; September 20, 2021, 10:21 PM.

  • 70monte
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    Nice cook and I really like that cooker. I've watched Lone Star's videos on it several times and it's pretty impressive.

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  • Primo
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    Thanks for the response! I guess it's time to go to the supermarket and measure some turkeys!

  • Skip
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    Primo , I just went out and measured the top shelf clearance on my LSG AG&S and it's 7" so take it from there. I really like my LSG AG&S. the extra real estate gives me 4 different heat zones and lots of room when my entire Family is home.

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  • Primo
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    I'm enjoying all your posts about the LSG ACG -- right now I have analysis paralysis on this, vs. the M1/M36, vs the LSG 20 x 42. One downside of the ACG I see is the reduced capacity when using it as an offset, though it would be rare I'd need more than one side of the grill. LSG had a video where they direct smoked pork shoulders using the top rack -- do you think that is a realistic way to reclaim that real estate? Also wondering about clearance on the top rack -- do you think there's room for a turkey to go on the top rack?

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  • klflowers
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    Beautiful!!!!

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  • Uncle Bob
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    Nicely done.

  • Old Glory
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    Expertly done. That cooker is on my dream list.

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  • Alphonse
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    Originally posted by Uncle Bob View Post
    Alphonse you were holding judgement on the stainless grates last I recall. Ready to pass on an opinion yet?
    My impression of them thus far is positive. I have no buyer's remorse at this point and I am thinking that will not change.

    They're easy to clean with a 6" wide putty knife and I spray a mist of water on them when they're hot and wipe them down. I give them a light coat of Crisco or Pam grilling spray before I use them. They remind me of the grate on my Watchman Stove and I use the same procedure to clean it.

    The grates on the lower level are a bit hard to grab and maneuver. So I made a grate tool to lift and move them. The tool spans three slots and slides under the grate so you can lift it.

    Here are some photos of the grate tool I made.

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    Drops into the slots and slides under the grate to lift it.

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    Last edited by Alphonse; April 11, 2021, 10:10 PM.

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  • Uncle Bob
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    Alphonse you were holding judgement on the stainless grates last I recall. Ready to pass on an opinion yet?

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  • Sweaty Paul
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    Outstanding! Well done!

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  • Troutman
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    Outstanding. Love that cooker!!

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  • Steve B
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    You’re quite welcome my friend.
    I love when someone acquires a great cooker like you have. Twice. 😁🙌
    Also I like spending others money. 😂

    Seriously though if there is anything else I can help you with just reach out. 👍

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  • Alphonse
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    Thanks Steve B ! You actually started me out on the LSG journey! I sent you a note inquiring about the grill in your avatar and you shared some good insights. With a little time and a few bucks later, I now own two of them! Forgive me, but I may declare victory now! I still would like a Santa Maria but I am thinking the AGS may be able scratch that itch with a mod or two.

  • Steve B
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    Nice. Awesomeness all around. 🙌

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