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Want a genuine traditional Spanish brick finished artisan-built pizza oven with the capacity to satisfy large gatherings of guests? The Fuego Brick Commercial pizza oven is the choice of cooking professionals and cooks who really like to entertain with fire and passion on a grand scale.
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Built entirely by hand, by artisan craftsmen, from one piece of Castilian fire clay, our largest brick pizza oven has a capacious 1300mm internal diameter and is substantially built. Yet it is ready to cook pizza just 30 minutes from being lit.
We recommend that once a year, you give the external dome of your oven a couple of coats of a clear waterproof sealant to prolong its waterproofing. Please note this only applies to our clasico, brick and stone range of ovens.
The clay itself used to make each wood burning oven dome is a very special fire clay peculiar to the Castile region of Spain which has been used since Roman times. It has incredible heat resistance and refractory qualities compared to normal clay and, in the hands of an experienced craftsman, is capable of creating a brick oven that can retain its heat for longer than any other wood pizza oven. In fact, it heats up in half the time of other ovens and can go for several hours without adding any fuel and still be hot enough to cook.
Each Fuego Brick oven is completely bespoke, from start to finish. You specify everything. You select the size, the type of finish, such as terracotta brick in the case of this Brick oven. Then, you can add either a standard door or one with a window as well as choosing from standard insulation or premium insulation. There are different chimney options too and also a whole range of traditional Spanish wood oven accessories proven over years to make a genuine difference to your cooking.
The Brick commercial wood-fired oven comes in 3 sizes; 100, 120 and 140. The 100 can fit up to 4 x 12" pizzas in at one time, the 120 holds up to 6 x 12" pizzas and the 140 holds up to 9 x 12" pizzas. Please see the capacity diagrams below for each size.
Delivery takes place between 9-5.30pm, Monday to Friday. Unfortunately, a specific time may not be specified, however tracking details will be emailed to you before delivery. Someone will need to be present to sign for your oven delivery.
The Brick wood-fired oven arrives on a standard crated pallet, weighing approximately 600kg. The driver will be able to unload the pallet using a tail lift. The pallet can be manoeuvred on solid, level ground with a pallet truck. Please note, it is not the responsibility of the driver to set your oven in place and/or assemble it
What we loved the most about the Pi Pizza Oven is its extra-large panoramic opening, which made it much easier to launch and rotate our pies. The oven cooked pizzas in just a few minutes, and its convection-style design delivered impressively even results. Plus, after we were done, we were able to simply flip the baking stone over for a clean cooking surface.
This freestanding WPPO pizza oven tops our list of the best wood-fired options thanks to its eye-catching steel encasement, modest price point and ease of use. The powder-coated surface is designed for maximum durability and corrosion resistance as well as impressive insulation that lets you fire this pizza oven up in all four seasons.
This restaurant-grade Gozney Roccbox portable pizza oven features a dual-fire design that honors both propane and wood inputs for the pizza-cooking experience of your backyard dreams. This model reaches high temperatures of over 950 degrees to give you the ideal deliciously crispy-thin crust with puffy, charred edges. It takes only about 60 seconds to cook a small pizza in this bad boy, and it even comes with a five-year extended warranty when you register it after purchase.
You may end up loving this Torino 300 wood-burning pizza oven more than your oven (and it might cost more). It rolls into your backyard or patio like a shiny red fire engine and then goes to work bringing the heat and elegance thanks to its Italian-made design and parts.
Ooni has recently released two new models: the $429 Ooni Karu 12G, which can use wood, charcoal, and propane, and the $999 Ooni Volt 12, an electric-powered oven that can be used both indoors and out. If you want a deeper dive into Ooni's models, check out which Ooni pizza oven is best for you.
Because of the L-shaped heat source, pizzas cooked near the back left corner of the oven took only a couple of minutes to come out perfectly charred and bubbly. And unlike other ovens with a singular flame or radiant heat, you really only need a turn or two of a pie to get an evenly cooked crust.
By putting the gas source at the back of the dome-shaped oven, pizzas get a nice char both on the top and the bottom, cooking in only a matter of minutes. We also really liked the height of the dome, which made it easy to see inside without bending down, and the compact, perfectly shaped stainless steel peel made sliding pies in and out of the oven relatively effortless.
The company that makes one of the most popular smokeless fire pits is applying its know-how to pizza ovens. Solo Stove's Solo Pi looks a lot like the company's fire pit, and works just as well; we were able to cook up pizzas in minutes. We liked the Solo Pi's wide mouth, which made it easy to see and turn pizzas, and its stainless steel exterior was not only attractive, but easy to clean.
Since our initial review, Solo Stove has released the Pi Stand ($249 at Solo Stove (opens in new tab)), which stands about 38 inches high, and lets you rest the oven on top. It also has wheels so you can move it around, a dock for a propane tank, and two small tray areas on either side.
The Gozney Dome is the much larger, much more versatile, and much more expensive brother to the company's Roccbox. Weighing in at 128 pounds and retailing for $1,499 ($1,799 for the dual-fuel option), this pizza oven can't be moved easily, but it can cook with both wood and propane, and its large opening means you can cook more than just pizzas in this oven.
The Nano's temperature control allowed us to precisely adjust the flame inside the oven, but the knob did get hot to the touch. Also, this is a heavy and expensive oven, so once you set it up in your yard, you're not going to want to move it, unlike some of the more portable options from Ooni and others. But, it's a good option if you're looking for a pizza oven that will be the centerpiece of your outdoor kitchen.
While Solo Stove already makes a standalone pizza oven, it has also come out with the Pi Fire, an accessory that fits atop the company's range of smokeless fire pits. The Pi Fire is small and light, and has two handles at the top to let you place it atop and remove it from your Solo Stove.
To test each oven, we followed its manual for instructions on assembly, setup, ignition, cooking, and cool-down. In order to get the most authentic experience, we also only used the peels, tools, etc. that came with that particular oven. We also wanted to see how each oven would perform with a variety of types of dough.
But to also keep things simple (and fair), we tested each oven with Margherita pizzas topped only with tomato sauce and hand-torn mozzarella, with a little basil and olive oil drizzled on after cooking.
In addition to its cooking performance, we also evaluated each oven on its ease of setup, how hot the oven got (both on the inside and outside), and how easy it was to control the temperature. For wood or wood pellet models, we also looked at the ease with which we could add fuel.
Outside of price, the biggest factor to consider when buying a pizza oven is the fuel source. Ovens can be heated by either propane, charcoal, or wood pellets (there are also electric options for indoor models). Before choosing an outdoor pizza oven, decide which heat source is right for you. In our tests, the propane ovens were easier to control, but pizza ovens that used either wood, wood pellets, or charcoal gave the pies a smoky flavor reminiscent of good grills. Plus, it's easier to carry a bag of charcoal or wood pellets than it is a tank of propane, especially if you're planning to bring your pizza oven to a camping trip or tailgate.
Lastly, one thing to consider before you buy an outdoor pizza oven is whether you have the proper space for it. These ovens should be set up at a standalone table at least a couple of feet away from any other structure, and most recommend not setting them up underneath another enclosure (an upstairs deck, for instance). Make sure you follow our steps on how to use a pizza oven safely.
If you want to get more gear, then you can also pick up a "turning" peel. These are smaller than a traditional peel, and are usually made of a flat, circular piece of metal. Typically, they're a smaller diameter than the pizza itself, so that you can easily rotate the pizza while it's still in the oven. It takes some practice to use it properly.
The 11.5-inch brick oven style pizza stone is heats up to 1,112F, just preheat the oven with the stone inside to get a crispy pizza crust. Then the 10-inch pizza peel will make it easy to transfer from oven to table and the dual pizza cutter and server helps to slice and serve.
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