How To Build Your Own Smokehouse… – Eco Snippets

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse…

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

The perfect medium for preserving & cooking all kinds of food is by using a smokehouse. Not only is it extremely practical, but when designed well it can also become a center piece or talking point for your backyard get togethers.

And with summer fast approaching, what better DIY project could you want.

Outlined below is the build of a very stylish smokehouse from start to finish. You can replicate this for your own project and/or tailor it to meet your own needs. The only tools required for this project were a trowel, an electric drill, a hand saw, a power drill and a level.

A full list of supplies can be found at the end…

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...



How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

How To Build Your Own Smokehouse...

Materials Used Include:

  • 2 x 4 Cedar Wood
  • Black Stove Pipe
  • Stove Door
  • Concrete Blocks
  • Clay Bricks
  • Fire Bricks
  • Fire Clay Mortar
  • Bolts
  • Door Hinges
  • Door Knob
  • Bolt Lock
  • 2-1/2 inch Deck Screws
  • Wood Screws
  • 3 pieces 16 Gauge Steal Plates
  • Metal Mesh

…you can find out more information about this build here.

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Daniel Clarkstone-Nash

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Give it a go, Wolfgang

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Sontino Sonny Ventimiglio

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I’ll be building one of these. I would recomment having the floor of the fire pit above grade. It would keep rain out.

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Will Armstrong

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Dave Portwood, I see this in your future lol

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Barbara looks like this would be a good project for Glen

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These are awesome. I’m sure I’ll be building one

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Thomas… that would make a fabulous mother’s day gift…..

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Dean Dickinson here is your next project.

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    Looks like a blue sticker job to me 🙂

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Zack Crawshaw for your beer

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Micheal Resendez a project for you.

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Damien Digger Youngblutt

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Samantha Urquhart

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Liam David Green

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Dalles Hayeshave we seen this before? I think we have

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    I think so, ’tis good though.

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    Looks great. Move the fire box a little further down the hill though?

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Susan Cooper could this be of use to you?

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    Bloody oath it would!!!! Thanks!

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Erroll Rayner Trevor Bishop Paul Bishop This looks like an interesting project…

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Chad Dewitt, this is the style I was saying basically.

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Bridget Waterhouse

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Looks faster and easier than a pizza oven and the results would last for weeks. I reckon one of these would look good in O’Connell Kris Schubert Steven Schubert

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Thomas Dobrescu

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    Woah. Yes please.

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Frank Matla, volgend project nu de veranda bijna klaar is?

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Nee hoor Frank Malta nu vakantie

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    Whahahahah. We moeten nog schilderen ?

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    Kan jij ook Elisah van Lieshout

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    Daar zijn vrouwen beter in ???

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    Andre van Petten ik zei toch ook “we” ?

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    Nee probeer maat Elisah van Lieshout dan zie je het

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    Andre van Petten ?? Al 1 paal gedaan!

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    Wat voor paal ???

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    Een grote dikke paal!

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    Rond of vierkant ???

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I like it ,think it’s for cold smoking only ?

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Jerry Davis Ben Davis

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Mike El Pike Brad Cousens

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David Clarke we might have a nice little summer project here

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