Pizza Oven – Amerigo™

Pizza Oven – Amerigo™

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The Amerigo™ Pizza oven, an outdoor pizza oven kit, offers everything you need for old world pizza and much more. With more than 1500 square inches of cooking surface, the Amerigo™ has the space to cook plenty of pizza for the largest parties and families, plus the flexibility to handle any other style of cooking you can imagine.

Amerigo™ Pizza Oven Features

  • Arched Chamber with over 1500 sq inch. of Cooking Surface.
  • Kit includes firebrick, 9” chimney flue and metal oven door
  • Heats up to 800 degrees
  • Complements any outdoor kitchen
  • Unlimited flexibility while incorporating the taste of real wood.
  • Can cook 3 large pizzas at the same time!

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Our Best-Selling Amerigo™ Pizza oven offers everything you need for old world pizza and much more. With more than 1500 square inches of cooking surface, the Amerigo™ has the space to cook plenty of pizza for the largest parties and families, plus the flexibility to handle any other style of cooking you can imagine.

Kit Features

  • Oven Dome and Floor Components
  • 1 – 12″ tall chimney flue sections
  • Firebrick
  • Metal Door

Amerigo™ Options

  • Additional Chimney Flue extensions
  • Amerigo Pizza Cabinet

Wood Suggestions:

Hickory, Pecan and Mesquite wood – any cured wood suitable for smoking meats. Oak is good for heating ovens & generating a bed of coals. Any flavored woods (apple/cherry).  

Height: 31″

Width: 48″

Depth: 42″

Required Materials Not Included: All Purpose Ready Mix, Thin Stone Veneer

Materials Included: Firebrick

Weight: 1650 lbs

*For proper curing, please wait a minimum of 28 days before lighting any fire in pizza ovens, fireplaces, and fire pits.*

Buckets needed for Assembly: 2 All Purpose Ready Mix Mortar

Thin Veneer Flats Needed: 29 Sq. Ft. (estimated, does not include waste)

Set Time: 28 days

*For proper curing, please wait a minimum of 28 days before lighting any fire in pizza ovens, fireplaces, and fire pits.*

Amerigo Pizza Oven Manual – PDF

Maintenance Tips:

  • The owner should wait a minimum of 28 days after construction is completed to build the first fire.
  • It’s normal to see spillage out of the front oven opening with soot/smoke stains on the face of the exterior.  By design, the chimney flue of the wood fired ovens are undersized for maximum heat retention.
  • A chimney cap is recommended to protect the interior cooking chamber of the oven from exposure to moisture.

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