Outdoor Gas Grills: REVIEW

Outdoor gas grills
- Tending to the grill and cooking-up favorite steaks and fish is one of the great pleasures of owning an outdoor gas grill. According to the HPBA (Hearth Patio and Barbeque Association) more than 80% of American families have a barbeque grill; not necessarily gas as electric and charcoal grills are also popular.

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Why choose a gas grill?

If you look forward to barbequing with convenience and ease, a gas barbeque is your best choice! These grills provide you with an instant flame which is fueled either by a tank of propane gas or natural gas. Unlike charcoal grilling, there is absolutely no wait time, and no coals to heat up. To get grilling, all you do is turn on the fuel, turn on the gas valve, and light a match or press a push button igniter!


There are several types of grills to choose from including portable and permanent. Portable gas grills are lightweight, many of which can be taken camping or to a tailgate party.

The 36 pound Weber Q Grill is the perfect gas grill to take with you to your next tailgate party this summer. Find out what Consumers Report's magazine had to say!

Consumer Reports Magazine favors the mid-sized Weber Genesis E-320; as do consumers, find out why.

More commonly though people fire up their barbeques at home; however, being able to move the bbq to another patio location is a plus.

For a permanent location such as an outdoor kitchen, you can buy a built-in gas grill or choose a fancy stainless steel one with deluxe features capable of cooking for many people.

According to an HPBA consumer survey some of the most important grill features include:

  • having a large cooking surface -72%
  • brand and reliability -58%
  • having side shelves - 53%
  • having a multi-burner system - 49%

Other features that may be of important: Does the griller have warming shelves, a grease catcher, a side burner?

Well, there are certainly plenty of outdoor grill manufacturers to choose from: Weber, Brinkmann, Ducane, Vermont Castings, Fiesta, Broilmaster, Fire Magic, Aussie, Jenn-air, Coleman, Lynx, Charmglow, Sunbeam, Viking, Thermos, Napoleon, Kenmore, Holland just to name a few. How to decide which brand and model is right for you? Read articles and reviews that compare gas grills and take a look at Consumer Reports information on the top rated gas grills.

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