Pits by Klose has been featured in television
commercials, and fine news papers & magazines nationwide, like
Texas Monthly, The Dallas Morning News,
& Wine Magazine, The American Culinary
Review Magazine, The Austin Homes
Gardens food Magazine, The Austin Statesman
Newspapers, Yippy Yi Yeah Rodeo
Magazine, The Boston Globe, Arlington
Star-Telegram, The Austin American Statesman,
Pits Barbecue Newspaper, USA Smoke Newspapers,
The Kansas city Barbecue News, The electronic
Gourmet Guide (EGG), and many more of the
National Food Magazines and
Pits by Klose was founded in 1986 with the
principal of maintaining an integrity
the Old Western Trail Drive style of cooking in
mind. A purveyor of custom barbecue
smokers, cook-off and ca
tering trailers, sizes
range anywhere between a $69.00 drum grill to a
$200,000.00 enclosed mobile kitchen.
Steven Raichlen Sauce Mop and Bucket
barbecue pits are made by hand, with no
machinery involved in the manufacturing process
except a welding machine, in the spirit of the
old style iron foundries. One welder
one pit, from the beginning to the end.
Handmade, all the way.
are hundreds of sizes and styles in stock all
the time, including wood, charcoal, and
gas-fired grills & smokers. Custom cookers
include Chuck-Wagons, Pistol
Smokers, Trains on real Railroad Tracks, even
pits made out of Automobiles, & Semi Rigs.
The World’s Largest Transportable Smoker.
The American Grill
The Asian Grill
Chicken on the Grill