Thinking of upgrading smokers but don't want to drop real cash without trying one?
Hoping to get into BBQ but aren't sure where to start?
We figured if we're going to make real New England BBQ a thing, we need to do our part to help folks get going with real all-wood cooking. And the best way to learn is by doing.
- An all-wood high efficiency barrel smoker (UDS style) for a week
- Lump wood charcoal & hardwood splits (matched to the proteins you'll be cooking)
- A digital thermometer to monitor drum temperature
-A starter pack of rubs and sauce
- A weather proof cover
- In person instruction and ongoing support via text / phone through the week (we love this stuff:)
We're even happy to help advise on and source proteins.
$150 of your $200 can be put toward the purchase of a Bedlam Barrel
From a recent participant. A week earlier he had never used a smoker.
"Learning to use a traditional smoker is fussy and intimidating. Not only is a barrel style smoker a cinch to use, Len's untiring help demystifies the entire process. I was on the fence about a barrel smoker and Bedlam Farm's loaner program pushed me in the right direction and helped me land on my feet. If you're at all curious you should try one out. You won't be disappointed." - Eric