Grilling is a favorite pastime for many households, and it’s also a common method of commercial cooking. Gas grills are, by far, the most popular, but people often choose charcoal and portable grills. We will cover propane, pellet, and kamado grills here, each of their advantages, and how the types of grills differ.
Depending on your needs, the choice can come down to flavor, size, or the availability of fuel sources. With the information provided here, you will more easily find, for example, Weber grills on sale that meet your needs and, if you require a propane refill, you can always depend on one of Brinkmann’s local Long Island stores for this as well.
According to the Hearth, Patio & Barbecue Association (HPBA) (yes, there’s an organization that tracks facts on grilling!), seven in ten U.S. adults use a grill or smoker. Many of them have the types of grills described below: