Weber Grills Reviewed: Quality that Lasts
Barbecuing has long been a favorite pastime for many and the grills people are buying have only become bigger and better as the years go by. But, with so many grills to choose from, how do consumers know which company produces the best? Well, the Weber Grill company has proven itself to be one of the greatest choices when purchasing gas, smoke and charcoal grills. Not only are their products top of the line, but they're made with quality materials and are complete with the latest and greatest inventions in grilling. So, when you buy a Weber grill, you know without a doubt that it will stand the test of time and that it will cook up fantastic food that will leave your neighbors in awe. What could be better than that?
When choosing which type of Weber grill is right for you, first decide if a gas, charcoal or smoke grill will fit best into your lifestyle. Charcoal grills are known for their convenience and for that great flavor they add to your food. Gas grills are great for backyards and for the family that loves to barbecue. Smoke grills are renowned for the unmistakable taste they infuse meat, vegetables and potatoes with. Whatever you want and expect from a grill, Weber has it. But, if you want to know some of the absolute best grills Weber makes, look no further than this article.
The Award for Top Gas Grill Goes To:
Weber Genesis Silver B Premium (LP) Grill
This is the best grill for backyard barbecues, parties or just for an everyday dinner! No matter if you're cooking corn on the cob, steak or hamburgers, your food will turn out perfectly every single time. This Weber grill is the top choice for those looking to invest in a grill that will last for life! Take a look at all it has to offer:
3 individually adjustable stainless steel burners
3 tool holders
Warming rack (At long last you can keep your food warm while it's waiting to be served)
Wheels that are all-terrain and all-weather. You can wheel this grill anywhere and not have to worry about rocks, pebbles or grass making it hard for you.
Storage! What grilling connoisseur hasn't wanted more space and storage around their grill at one time or another? The Weber Genesis has three areas for you to place your seasonings, meat or tools as well as plentiful storage below.
All in all, the Weber Genesis is the best gas grill on the market right now. It goes for around $420 but it's worth every penny.
The Award for Best Charcoal Grill Goes To:
Charcoal grills are a favorite of many, and the best one in the Weber line is the Weber Performer. Charcoal Weber grills cook up hotter, allow you to burn wood and light up with fire. Granted, they do require a little bit more attention and time than others and are a little messier, but the flavor cannot be beat. So, if a charcoal grill is for you, check out the advantages of purchasing the Performer.
Push button igniter
22.5 inch diameter cooking area
Dual-Purpose thermometer for perfectly cooked food every time
All-weather wheels that are crack proofWeber Cookbook includedOne-Touch Cleaning SystemHeavy Duty Steel CartThis Weber Grill is ideal for those who love to barbecue and enjoy the aroma and taste of charcoal. The range for this grill is between $349-400
The Award for Best Smoke Grill Goes To:Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker Smoker 2820The top smoker by Weber is the Smokey Mountain Cooker 2820. This Weber grill will last for years and will provide all of that amazing flavor you have come to expect from a smoke grill. Beginners and barbecuing professionals both will be able to fully enjoy the benefits of this grill because it works equally well for apartment renters and home owners.Easy to assembleEasy to cleanCompact and easy to maneuverFits large amount of food despite its sizeWeber grill cookbookIndividually controlled ventsRust-resistant fuel doorHeavy dutyVinyl coverThis may be the cheapest of the Weber grills reviewed so far, but that doesn't mean the quality suffered for the sake of a lower price. On the contrary, the review for this grill is very positive and the price gives it even higher marks. You'll pay only $190-200 for this top-notch grill.
After you've decided which Weber grill will work best for you, it will be time to decide on all the extras you will be presented with. You will be offered all the add-ons, like brushes, basters and even talking thermometers. But, the top choice for an extra has to be the electric rotisserie. Not only is this a fun addition to any grill, it's also a must-have for the seasoned professional. It will add something new to the everyday barbecue grill and will enable you to roast hamburgers and hot dogs. So, take a look at the rotisserie's highlights and see how great it is for yourself!
Weber Basket Rotisserie, Electric 9891
High quality electric motor
Basket is made out of plated carbon steel
Easy to use
Fits most Weber grills
The Weber Basket Rotisserie, Electric 9891 will make your grill stand out and make your food more impressive than it already is. It's not the easiest to clean, but in the end, any effort on your part will have been worth it. Plan on spending $110-100 for this item.
Lastly, now that you have read a review on the best grills available, you can make an educated decision of your own. If you've used a charcoal, gas and smoke grill before, you probably have a pretty good idea which one you like the best. Some barbecue lovers will purchase a few different grills to match their moods, while others have only one that they are faithful to. So, no matter what grill suits you, make sure it's a Weber grill if you are looking for quality that will last for years to come.
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