Weber-Stephen Products Co. produces state of the art charcoal and gas-powered barbecue grills for cooking outdoors. Weber charcoal grills are famous for their distinctive shape, which resembles a dome, and the gas grill models are in the conventional rectangular chassis made from heavy-duty stainless steel.
Weber also makes specialty barbecue grills for particular uses, such as for smoking meats, as well as some portable models for family picnics. And when it comes to comparing Weber grills, buying one is determined by the features that are needed based on cooking preferences.
Upon buying a Weber barbecue grill, first you have to decide on the type o fuel that you will be using, whether it is charcoal or gas. Weber kettle grills cook meat with charcoal or wood chips, and gas grills are powered by propane or natural gas. Weber kettle grills produce more authentic barbecue flavor and aroma than its gas counterpart. On the other hand, gas grills ignite rapidly and can be ready for cooking in less than ten minutes, while a charcoal grill takes about half an hour to heat up as the coals burn. But, gas grills can run out of fuel on unexpected occasions, which can result in inconvenience if you do not have a spare tank around.