I couldn't wait to get this t-shirt! In many ways, Frank and Smokerbuilder got me into building bbq pits. I used to search the internet for smoker ideas and I kept seeing his logo associated with smoker plans. I mean every type of build and size I Googled, Frank and his smoker plans were front and center. And at the upper right of all of his plans, are his iconic logo, Torchy Pig. I've been following Smokerbuilder on Instagram for over year now and often see Frank in this shirt. His version is well worn and distressed, which looks so cool on him. As a fan of his work and what he is doing for the bbq community, it was a no-brainer to get this shirt. It will forever be a staple in my bbq t-shirt rotation. And hopefully, mine will be as weathered as his on day.
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The plans look amazing. Unfortunately I don’t know how to read plans. But the pictures are nice, so I can always imagine what this smoker would look like if I had the skills or training to build it. If I had the skills my build would be 3/8” everywhere, with a 1/2” to 3/4” firebox. No rotisserie and build it on a trailer.