CONNECTED BY FIRE

It’s hard to deny that we live in an unpredictable and chaotic world. Burch Barrel Founder and CEO, Roby Burch wanted to find a way to harness the gravitational pull of the flame to create a gathering point for face to face, quality interaction - no matter the location.

In Connected By Fire, Roby revisits the birthplace of Burch Barrel in Big Timber, Montana to reconnect and pay tribute to the original idea and ethos behind the brand.

Since the beginning of time, fire has always had a way of bringing people together. Whether cooking on an open flame or sharing stories around a fire pit, we are innately drawn to the glow of a flame to share stories, experiences and a meal.


Conventional grills and smokers are bulky and cumbersome. They leave the chef isolated, often with their back turned on their guests. With Burch Barrel, the communal configuration gathers people around the Barrel so they are facing each other and participating in the cooking experience at the same time.

Whether it’s grilling with your friends in your backyard, making s'mores at your campsite, or enjoying the warmth of the fire after a long day skiing, Burch Barrel harnesses the power of the flame to bring food and friends together.




Conventional grills and smokers are bulky and cumbersome. They leave the chef isolated, often with their back turned on their guests. With Burch Barrel, the communal configuration gathers people around the Barrel so they are facing each other and participating in the cooking experience at the same time.

Whether it’s grilling with your friends in your backyard, making s'mores at your campsite, or enjoying the warmth of the fire after a long day skiing, Burch Barrel harnesses the power of the flame to bring food and friends together.

RUGGED, MEET REFINED

Equally at home at a ranch branding as it is on the sandy shores of Huntington Beach, the Burch Barrel melds traditional functionality with groundbreaking innovation.

GEAR UP

GEAR UP

Pan Hook

Stockman's Gloves

Serape Cover

Beef Trucker Hat

Sorting Stick

FROM THE JOURNAL

Turkey Slider Recipe

MONTANA MERRIMAN SLIDERS

Burch Barrel Basics

BARREL BASICS

Grilling The Flip Flop Method

THE FLIP FLOP METHOD

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