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Whiskey Barrel BBQ Pit

This one is pretty self-explanatory. Made from a repurposed whiskey barrel, the Whiskey Barrel BBQ Pit ($950) features a metal interior and rack to keep the barrel from burning, and, well, not a lot else, except for the satisfaction that comes from grilling something in a whiskey barrel while drinking a glass of whiskey.

  • SpitJack Beast Whole Hog Rotisserie

    Nevermind the semi-disgusting image — if you're planning to have yourself a hog roast, the SpitJack Beast Whole Hog Rotisserie ($1,175) will quickly become your new best friend. Designed to spit roast a large pig, the rig can handle over 200 lbs of hog, and features a heavy-duty motor, a 76-inch 2-piece stainless steel spit, a patented bearing system for added durability, adjustable stands to raise or lower the entire spit up to seven inches, the ability to run off a household outlet or car battery, and the ability to disassemble for easy portability. Possibly unintended consequence of purchase: acquisition of a new pig-related nickname. [Thanks, Aaron]

  • Fuego Element Grill

    For everyone that was crazy about the hyper-modern Fuego 01 Grill but didn't feel like dropping the cash, the company is back with the more affordable, smaller Fuego Element Grill ($500). This 21-inch square pedestal grill features a dual-zone burner system with 24,000 BTUs of total power, an electronic ignition system with a single control knob and stainless steel burner tubes, a cast iron grate, a roasting lid for slow cooking, a swing-out wooden prep tray, hidden propane storage, side handles for hanging tools, rolling casters, and sleek looks that will go great with a modern outdoor furniture setup.