Barbecue Grills

A Guide to Barbecue Grills

There are lots of choices out there when it comes to barbecue grills. You can choose a gas, propane, or charcoal grill. There are simple, inexpensive grills and costly ornate grills with tons of extras. Check out our basic guide to some of the leading barbecue grills on the market today before deciding which kind of grill is right for you:

Vermont Castings Signature Grill

This grill represents the creme de la creme of outdoor cooking. These barbecue grills run on gas heat and can be installed into any outside cooking area. You'll get a built in rotisserie, side burner, five burners and 600 square feet of primary grilling space. The NeverFail ignition means your grill will start perfectly every time, and the porcelain covered cooking area provides even heat distribution. You can expect to pay around $1300 for one of these barbecue grills.

Weber 22.5 inch One-Touch Charcoal Grill

This kettle-style charcoal grill represents the other end of the spectrum of barbecue grills as opposed to the Vermont Castings grill. However, don't let the low price fool you. This classic charcoal grill offers even heating and great results each and every time you use it. And for only around $100, it can be yours.

Coleman Deluxe Roadtrip Grill

This addition to our summary of barbecue grills is a liquid propane model that offers two burners on which to cook and a completely adjustable flame. Perfect for traveling, the Coleman Deluxe Roadtrip Grill also features griddle attachments and a nice price at only around $190.

Char-Broil The Judge Charcoal Grill

This amazing charcoal addition to the barbecue grills family comes from Char-Broil, a trusted name in the grilling world. You get close to 500 square inches of grilling space, a temperature indicator, four dampers and a porcelain coated grilling grate. This amazing charcoal grill also features flame resistant paint, a large wooden side shelf and an attractive price – it's only about $299.

Traeger Little Pig Smoker

This adorable grill offers outdoor cookers form and function! It looks just like a little pink pig but offers the best quality and flavor when it comes to smoky, traditional barbecue. If you want a grill that's distinctive yet gets the job done right every time, then this Lil Pig is for you. For about $1500, it can be yours.

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