About Charcoal Grills

Charcoal grills remain very popular for many reasons. While they do require that you handle charcoal and it takes some practice to properly start and operate, they maintain some advantages over gas grills. Many homeowners now use a charcoal grill in addition to their gas grill. This provides them and entire spectrum of grilling and BBQing capability.

Weber Kettles

Simply put, Weber started the modern day, back yard grilling trend with their famous kettle style “Weber Charcoal Grill”. Who hasn’t used, or eaten food from one of their charcoal grills. Whether it’s a “Smokey Joe®”, a 26” “One Touch®”, or an easy to use “Performer®” charcoal grill, Weber charcoal grills are still the benchmark that the off brands try to copy.

The Weber One Touch® Silver charcoal grills retail for as little as $80 and are a great way to enjoy charcoal grilling. Weber charcoal grills are also great to use as a second grill in addition to a gas grill, because they can easily add smoke flavor using wood chips plus they do a great job in slow cooking larger roasts and poultry. They’re also affordable and portable.

“Kamado” Style Grills
How about a grill that’s 10 times easier to use, more fun to use and works better than a Big Green Egg, or any other Kamado-style grill? You name it, Grilla’s got it.

Grilla Pellet Smoker Black
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro pellet smoker, grilling for one or dozens, Grilla’s your animal! This beast can out-grill, smoke and barbecue the best of Kamado-style charcoal grills, and it’s 10 times easier to use than a Big Green Egg.

Grilla’s EvenTemp Chamber, Keep Heat Swing Lid and Never Flare Flavor Disk all deliver even convection heat. It’s EZ Fuel Change Out puts wood pellets to work, giving mouth-watering flavor and fall off the bone tenderness that will make your grilled or smoked meat the talk of the barbecue.

Learn more at MyGrilla.com, and buy them at Fireside for the best price!