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Best Propane Grills In The Market- 2016

Best Propane Grill
Buying a propane grill should be a relaxing experience, but in today’s market, with so many manufacturers making huge claims about the superiority of their particular product; it’s become rather tough to decide. This is where we step in to do all the hard work for you. We’ve rounded down from hundreds of options, the five best propane grills out there, so when you come to make a purchase, the best propane grill will be just a few clicks away.

Weber 51010001 Q1200 Liquid Propane Grill

Weber 51010001 Q1200 Liquid Propane Grill ReviewAside from looking great, with its splendid side-shelves, and streamlined cooking area, the Weber 51010001, also cooks up a storm. The cooking surface is 189 square inches, and the tall lid makes it possible for buyers to put whole Chickens or Turkeys inside for family dinners. The grates hold heat incredibly well, and here’s the fun part; you can take the grates off, replacing them with Weber’s Q1000 Griddle, and have a 2 in 1 cooking companion. The electric ignition starts up quickly, is very reliable, and as you might expect from Weber, everything tastes great. On top of all this, at 28.1 pounds the Q1200 is very portable, and the best propane grill around, for tailgating. We cannot recommend the Q1200 more. Read Full Review…

Cuisinart CGG-200 All-Foods Portable Propane Grill

Cuisinart CGG-200 All-Foods Portable Propane Grill ReviewIf you drew a picture of your ideal grill, it would probably look something like the CGG-200. It’s something behold with its giant lid immediately capturing the imagination, but looks aren’t everything. Fortunately, once you’ve finished looking at the CGG-200 you’ll find it also has a 12,000 BTU burner, a terrific heat distributing panel, and versatile settings, that allow buyers to grill anything from pizza, to vegetables, to meats, and kebabs. Astonishingly, the CGG-200 can reach temperatures of 500 degrees very quickly, while most other grills have a 470 max heat. They’ve thought about cleaning too, with the entire surface porcelain-enamelled, so a light wipe will be enough to completely cleanse. And, they’ve kept the weight down to 37 pounds without compromising durability, by using light grades of aluminum and steel. A beautiful, and exceptional grill. Read Full Review…

Weber Spirit E210 Liquid Propane Gas Grill

Weber 46110001 Spirit E210 Liquid Propane Gas Grill, BlackWith two stainless steel burners putting out 26,000 BTU an hour, power will never be an issue with the E210. Neither will space, since the E210 has 360 square inches of cooking area, and a 90 square inch warming area. The cast-iron grates hold heat inside wonderfully, and more importantly, they disperse heat very well, allowing buyers to cook food evenly. Needless to say, this is a Weber Product, so it’s non-stick, and has flavorizer bars to catch drips, ensuring food is flavour filled, while protecting burners from clogging. Handily, the shelves fold down, making it easy to store, and the E210 comes with sturdy wheels, so you take it out, roll it into place, and then roll it back once you’re done. Read Full Review…

Coleman Road Trip Propane Grill LXE

Coleman 2000017442 Road Trip Propane Portable Grill LXEA general rule in propane grilling is to buy caste iron grates, if your grill doesn’t come with them. Gas cooking in particular, requires the best possible heat retention and dispersal, and caste Iron grates supply this. Fortunately, the Road Trip, not only has them, but they are amazing; food can be grilled, very quickly, and is always cooked evenly. There’s a real authentic taste here, and the LXE has two burners heating at a total of 20,000 BTU’s an hour, so there’s also a lot of power. The LXE seems to tick all boxes; even the cooking surface is huge, with 285 square inches of space, so buyers will be able to grill for the whole family. Read Full Review…

Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane Grill

Dyna-Glo DGE Series Propane Grill, 4 Burner, StainlessThe DGE Series is possibly the most powerful grill around, with 5 burners, heating to a total of 50,000 BTU’s an hour, and if that wasn’t enough, there’s a side burner for sauces, and this is 12,000 BTU’s an hour. That’s a lot of burners, so readers will be wondering what the downside is. There isn’t one; the DGE Series has 708 square inches of cooking space, so buyers can invite as many friends as they want, for a tasty cookout. The whole thing is commercial grade, so it’s durable, and efficient, making grilling a pleasurable experience too. The potential problem of the 122 pound weight, is superbly solved with the inclusion of expertly made wheels for easy rolling into place. Read Full Review…

Bottom Line

Any one of these propane grills, will enable you to grill food like a professional, all in the comfort of your own home. These are the best of the best, and they each come at reasonable prices, so the only choice you have to make is, Which one looks right for you?

 

 

Updated: February 5, 2016 — 5:00 am

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Chris

Chris

I've enjoyed grilling and outdoor cooking since I first discovered them. Some of my first food memories are meals at neighborhood barbecue parties. I enjoy writing about grilling food and that's what I do on this site :)

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