If you’re the type of man who believes salad is what food eats then this post is for you! Grilling is the soul of a good tailgate party and no tailgater is complete without a good quality grill. So here is a review of the best outdoor grills for your tailgate party.
- Bull Outdoor Products 26038 Liquid Propane Outlaw Drop-In Grill Head
- Cuisinart CGG-200B Portable Outdoor Tabletop Propane Gas Grill, 12000 BTU, Black
- George Foreman GRP3060P 4 Serving Removable Plate Grill, Platinum
- George Foreman GGR50B 15-Serving Indoor/Outdoor Electric Grill, Silver
- Cuisinart Grid-180SAL Indoor/Outdoor Grill, Black
- Dyna-Glo DGB390SNP-D Smart Space Living 36,000 BTU 3-Burner LP Gas Grill
- Hamilton Beach 25360 Indoor Flavor/Searing Grill
- Outsunny 24″ Round Barbecue Grill Fire Pit
- George Foreman GRP1001BP 6-Serving Removable Plate Grill, Black
- Lynx L600PS Sedona 36-Inch Built-In Natural Gas Grill with Pro Sear Burner
- Bull Outdoor Products 87049 Lonestar Select Natural Gas Drop-In Grill Head
- Cuisinart CGG-059 Grillster 8,000 BTU Portable Gas Grill
- Blackstone 36 inch Stainless Steel Outdoor Cooking Gas Grill Griddle Station
- Weber 741001 Original Kettle 22-Inch Charcoal Grill
- George Foreman GFO240S Indoor/Outdoor Electric Grill, Silver
- Meco Tabletop Electric Grill
- Catalina Creations Crossfire Fire Pit with Quick Removable Grill
- Sorbus Fire Pit Large, 30″ Outdoor Fireplace, Backyard Patio Fire Bowl, Safety Mesh Cover and Poker Stick, Stylish Decorative Scroll Base, Great for Outdoor Heating, Bonfire, Grill, Picnic, Campfire
- Best Choice Products 30″ Fire Pit cooking Grill FireBowl Outdoor Patio Fireplace Garden Stove Firepit
- Weber 46110001 Spirit E210 Liquid Propane Gas Grill, Black
- Char-Broil Performance 475 4-Burner Cabinet Gas Grill- Black with Performance Grill Cover
- Char Broil Performance 475 4-Burner Cart Gas Grill
- Pilot Rock 30″ Commercial Park Campfire Ring FSWBH30/7 – Park Grill – Made in the USA –
- Camp Chef Woodwind Pellet Grill with Sear Box – Smart Smoke Technology – Ash Cleanout System
- Blackstone Portable Table Top Camp Griddle, Gas Grill for Outdoors, Camping, Tailgating
- Lion Premium Grills 19836 Bar Center 30″ x 25-1/4″ ( TOP SHELF SOLD SEPARATELY )
- Smoke Hollow 205 Stainless Steel, Portable TableTop Propane Gas Grill. Perfect for Camping, Tailgating, Picnics or any outdoor use. 305 sq inches of Cooking Surface 11.25″x 18.5″ With warming rack
- Coleman NXT Lite Table Top Propane Grill
- Made in USA KettlePizza Basic Pizza Oven Kit for 18.5 and 22.5 Inch Kettle Grills, KPB-22
- Camp Chef, Best Professional Restaurant Grade Cooking Flat Tog Grill with Grilling Surface and Side Shelves FT600
- Smoke Hollow LS2418-4 4 Propane Gas Grill with Side Burner
- Cuisinart CCG-190RB Portable Charcoal Grill, 14-Inch, Red
- Weber 52020001 Q1400 Electric Grill
- Coleman RoadTrip Sport Charcoal Grill
Summer time is right around the corner so it’s time to start up the grill and get cooking! If you are looking for the perfect grill for hamburgers, steak and more about which learn type of grill is right for you and your family.
According to grill masters, what charcoal grilling has over other types of is the smoky flavor. The dry heat of charcoal briquettes sear meat more quickly, which caramelizes the exterior, while giving your meat that signature smokey flavor.
However, grilling on charcoal requires more time and attention than grilling with propane gas, from building up the briquettes to lighting and managing the flame.
Charcoal grills are less expensive than other grills, however the cost of charcoal has been steadily growing. If you are looking for a smoky flavored taste and less expense on your wallet then you may want to consider buying a charcoal grill.
If you are thinking about buying a gas grill, then phrases such as “surface areas” and “BTU’s” are probably dancing around your head. First, consider the size of your future grill. Do you like to have large outdoor gatherings, or do just want to be able to enjoy a couple of burgers with your family?
Another important factor when considering buying a gas grill is what kind of fuel do you want to use: propane or natural gas? A natural gas grill needs a gas line at the location of your grill. If you prefer a propane gas grill, you just have to make sure that you change out the tank or cylinder and replace it with a full one when it is empty.
When it comes to heat you may think that “bigger is better” or “hotter is better”. The BTU rating is the maximum output of the main burners. The old standard used to be 100 BTU’s per square inch. With grill technology advancing it is not the case anymore.
If the lid and the grates are heavy then your gas grill should heat up fast, so consider a BTU range of about 80 to 100 per square inch. For an infrared grill, you want to find something that ranges from 60 to 80 BTU’s per square inch.
Pellet grills are more like smokers. They use indirect heat rather than direct heat, such as charcoal and gas grills. Pellet grills are great if you love the taste of smoked turkey, ribs, salmon, pork chops and brisket. Pellet grills use small pellets that light better than charcoal, and leaves very little to no ash. Burning pellets add both heat and smoky flavor to your food.