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Brickwood Pizza Oven Kit Cortile Barile Package 1


Build Your Own Brick Oven

Want to build a small wood-fired outdoor pizza oven but don't have any masonry skills?  No Problem!  If you can make brownies, you can make the Cortile Barile oven!  Simply mix 3 ingredients, pour them into the BrickWood Ovens foam Cortile Barile pizza oven mold, and let bake... err... dry for 5 days!

Cortile Barile Oven Specs

Interior Dimensions: 30" D x 27" W x 14" H
Exterior Dimensions: 35.5" D x 30.5" W x 16" H
Cooking Surface Area: 810 Sq Inches
Oven Type: Castable Refractory
Average PPH (Pizzas Per Hour): 30-35
Oven Temperature: 1000+
Avg Time to Build Base (1 person): 18 Hours (combined)
Avg Time to Build Oven (1 person): 20 Hours (combined)
Average Cost to Build Base: $400
Avg Cost to Build Finished Oven (including Brickwood Form): $1,300

Cortile Barile Benefits:

  • Great for all occasions large and small!  (1 - 40 people)
  • Excellent for pizzas, bread, and low-profile foods
  • Super-easy to build with step-by-step directions
  • Cooks faster and hotter than firebrick models
  • It only takes 2 hours to mix, pour and pack!  Really!
  • Save thousands over comparable models
  • Build the base and oven in just 2 weekends (or less)
  • DIY-EZ!


Cortile Barile (Package 1) Includes:

Cortile Barile Wood Fired Pizza Oven Forms (2 boxes) & 9lbs of Stainless Steel Fibers

DuraTech Exhaust Kit (Anchor Plate, Chimney Cap, 12" Pipe, Spark Arrestor & Hi-Temp Adhesive)

50sf of 6# Ceramic Fiber Blanket


Don't hesitate - Add To Cart now to build your own DIY Refractory Brick Pizza oven today!

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Video: Building the Cortile Barile Refractory Brick Pizza Oven


Brickwood Pizza Oven Kit Cortile Barile
Installation Guide

Step 1: Making The Oven

Cortile Barile oven with ceramic fiber blanket insulation user manual

Step 2: Build the Insulated Base

Cortile Barile Insulated Base user manual

Step 3: Oven Assembly

How to Build the Oven User Manual

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