Choosing a Barbecue Grill

Barbecue Grills for All Budgets and Needs

There are many kinds of grills for those looking for outdoor grills. Producers have introduced range of designs and functionality to fulfill the requirements and expectation of all outdoor cooks. They cost around $30-$1000+. Charcoal grills are cheaper than gas ones. Here are some good grill options for you, ranging or cheaper to costlier ones.

Grills with bigger cooking area are more costly, so you have to think about the size of group you generally cook for. If your group has 20 or more people, choose the biggest grill available for your budget. Features such as warming racks, side burners and ovens come with outdoor grills, thereby simplifying the task of grilling, but increasing the price of grill.

Portable Barbecue Grills

Weber Smokey Joe® Silver Charcoal Grill about $30

This is the small, portable replica of the classic Weber kettle grill. Sufficiently small to be easily portable to any external occasion, this grill is appropriate for those having smaller patios or backyards. The 14.5 in. grill width reduces the amount of food cooked, but you do not need to spend time learning how to cook with Weber kettles.

Aussie Pre-assembled & Completely Portable Charcoal Grill About $50

This well-known maker of charcoal grills has introduced a versatile design for use on camping trips, stalk, picnicking-the griller while moving. Assembly is not needed. The grill’s legs can be folded and the hood and bowl locked for quick transport and storage. There is also a hook on the grill to let it hang on the wall while not used. The cooking grid is shaped in a zigzag manner to avert smaller food from dropping into the charcoal. The producer also claims the grill is particularly developed with alterable hood and bowl vents to prevent maximum control of air flow.

Simple, Easy-to-Use and Economical Barbecue Grills

Weber 22.5 In. One-Touch® Silver Charcoal Grill – Black below $100

It is the famous classic kettle that has been around for a long time. The improvement in this economical model is their unique One-Touch cleaning system that uses aluminized steel.

Char-Broil 26,500 BTU 2 Burner Gas Grill about $100

This low-priced gas grill has a remarkable 410 square inches of cooking area in total, and an electronic ignition system for quick lighting. It has two metal side shelves that can be used as prep tables or placing cooked food.

Char-Griller Super Pro Charcoal Grill/Smoker below $150

This unit is excellent for outdoor chefs who intend to learn how to make smoked foods along with grilled foods without buying a dedicated meat smoker. The unit features an changeable grate and dampers, 3 level changeable cast iron grates for proper heating, an easy-dump as pan for quick clean-up and a wire storage rack. It also provides a total cooking area of 800 sq. ft.

Brinkmann Stainless Steel 4 Burner Grill below $200

It has 48,000 BTU’s and more than 660 square inches of total cooking area. It is fitted with two big side tables to offer all the required workspace. Another nice feature of this economical grill is a warming rack that keeps your foods hot while others are being cooked on the grill. They claim their “integrated ignition” helps in a quick start every time.