Bwst Weber Grills
There’s a reason Weber is nearly synonymous with classic, quality grills. The brand has been around since the ’50s, when the founder first invented the kettle grill. Since then, the company has kept the iconic bowl-shaped charcoal grill but also introduced gas grills, electric grills, wood pellet grills, and more—not to mention a range of grilling accessories, from grill thermometers to briquettes.
Weber is known for smart design, solid construction, and generous warranties, whether you’re in the market for a spacious stationary grill to cook for a crowd or a lightweight, portable option fit for camping, tailgating, and more.
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Think about how much space you have for your grill as well as your cooking preferences. Will you be cooking for two, or do you like to entertain? Do you prefer a smaller grill that you can move around easily? Consider your needs and pick a grill accordingly.
Charcoal and gas fuels each have pros and cons. Charcoal is easy to pick up at just about every grocery store and gas station, so you won’t need to make a special trip. On the other hand, gas is more convenient once you have it—you simply turn a knob to start the fire, and there’s no need to wait for coals to burn down before you begin cooking.
Sun, rain, snow, hail, and wind are bound to take a toll on the outer surface of your grill, so it’s important to pick a material that’s very durable. While stainless steel can discolor from high heat, it won’t rust or corrode with rain and snow. Enameled steel is durable, but eventually, it can crack or chip, leading to rust underneath.
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Erica Puisis is a writer and interior design expert who has been writing about all things home and lifestyle for The Spruce since 2017.
This article was updated by Camryn Rabideau, a freelance writer and product tester for The Spruce Eats. She’s written close to a dozen pieces on all styles of grills and done firsthand testing of smokers and grills featured in her articles.