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This Fire Mountain 3 Burner Gas Barbecue has everything you need for a successful BBQ. Three cast-iron burners creating 36,000 BTU cook food with ease, with piezo ignition for a quick-start every time. A cast-iron griddle and grill, warming area, thermometer gauge and two side shelves make cooking easy, organised, and stress free.CHECK PRICE →
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Fire Mountain 3 Burner Gas Barbecue Review
One fate that can often befall BBQ grills is rust, but the Fire Mountain 3 Burner Gas Barbecue is made from high-quality stainless steel with a cast-iron grill plate and griddle making it more robust than a lot of models on the market.
Not only does this construction help with durability, but it also has a great appearance – this is the sort of modern, steel-finished range that looks great on the patio; the sort of unit that will get friends flocking round because they know you’ve got the BBQ sorted!
It has a large cooking area of 63 x 42 cm which is a decent size for large families and the odd gathering as well. There are also a fair few features included which help make grilling easier.
For starters, it’s powerful – each of the three burners burn at 12,000 BTU, giving you 36,000 BTU of cooking power in total. Whether you’re cooking steaks, burgers or jacket potatoes, your hungry guests won’t be waiting long.
Starting it up is really straight forward as well – no need for matches or lighters etc. – the piezo ignition means it’ll start every time as easily as a gas hob, and the heat output is instant.
On the large cooking area there is a griddle and grill, as well as a warming rack. The drip tray below catches the majority of drips; however, it is a little on the shallow side so the BBQ needs to be placed on a very level surface, otherwise fat can spill out. This is probably the biggest negative of this BBQ, although everything is generally easy to clean.
The pull-down hood has a built-in temperature gauge so you can keep it closed whilst roasting food, keeping the process quick as you don’t need to keep letting heat out to check how everything’s cooking.
Another useful feature are the two side shelves which are ideal for keeping plates or cutlery on whilst food is being prepared, and you can even hand utensils off the side.
It’s worth mentioning that there is a fair amount of DIY construction required when this BBQ arrives; you’ll probably be looking at an assembly time of around two to three hours, but the instructions are relatively straight forward, so it’s mostly just a case of being methodical. Just don’t try putting it together in a rush right before guests come round!
- The large cooking area can cater for around 10 people, although you may need to stagger the cooking
- The drip tray slides out easily which makes it straight forward to clean
- Griddle trays divide into 3 pieces making them easy to clean in the sink
- The walls of the drip tray are a little low and can overflow easily, especially if the BBQ isn't on a level surface
- Whilst made of good quality materials, should still be covered and protected during bad weather to prevent damage
- Assembly will likely take between 2 - 3 hours
Outback Excel 310 Gas Barbecue 2017 Model Review
Given that we don’t all have unlimited outdoor space, it’s nice to come across more compact BBQs like the Outback Excel 310 Gas Barbecue 2017 Model – it still offers a lot of the same features of big ranges, whilst being much easier to fit on a small patio.
With a cooking area that measures 50 x 36 cm, you can compare how much smaller it is to the majority of BBQs featured on this page, but you can still get enough food on it to feed six people, if not more, most likely.
The best thing about having a smaller BBQ like this is how portable it is – it comes flat packed, with the main unit pre-assembled, so you can undo some parts of it again if you want to take it away with you, on a camping trip, for example.
It’s not necessarily the easiest thing to do, but the drip tray can be removed and the legs detached, creating separate top and bottom sections that could go in the boot of a car.
Even if this doesn’t sound like something you’ll want to try, it’s still a good choice for BBQs at home.
There are two burners under the main grill which are controlled separately, and then a separate side burner which can be used with a saucepan. You can boil potatoes, warm sauces, or fry onions at the side of the BBQ which, honestly, I think should be a feature of more BBQs – there’s nothing worse than having to dash inside every few minutes, whilst grilling in the garden, to check on the items on the hob.
You can also cook without having to keep letting heat out when you check on the food, by instead keeping an eye on the temperature gauge on the hood. Plus, there’s a warming rack built into the lid as well, to help with organising cooking times.
There are lava rocks included which is something that a lot of gas BBQ owners would be looking to buy before cooking anyway – not only do they give a more authentic feel but they also increase the temperature and spread the heat more evenly.
Unfortunately, there’s one flaw that lets down this otherwise well-designed BBQ, and that’s the absence of a handle to help with moving it around. Whilst it does have wheels, you have to pull the BBQ by the side table as opposed to an official handle, which seems a little ill-thought-out compared to the rest of the unit.
- Compact footprint makes it suitable for small gardens
- Extra side burner can be used for a saucepan or frying pan - useful for cooking sides and sauces
- Cooking area is large enough to accomodate a family of 6
- Warming rack is removable for easy cleaning
- Comes with lava rocks included for even heat distribution
- Assembly is a two person job and may take 2 - 4 hours to complete
- No handle which would facilitate with pulling the BBQ along on its wheels
- The edges around the grill don’t get particularly hot, so it’s important to move the food around the grill
- Will need to be covered or moved inside in bad weather
Outback Omega 250 Gas BBQ Review
This Outback Omega 250 Gas BBQ helps to get food ready for serving at the same time.
If you’re dishing out burgers, for example, you can be cooking onions in a pan on the side burner, whilst the two main burners take care of cooking the patties, and the warming rack toasts the buns.
Not to mention, you’ve then got the side table as well for putting condiments and side salads on as well. It’s not bad going, keeping everything together in one place, and is a far cry easier than having some bits cooking in the kitchen whilst you’re outside grilling.
There are a lot of similarities between this Outback Omega 250 model and the Outback Excel 310, also featured on this page. They both have a cooking are of 50 x 36 cm, with porcelain-coated grills, and are generally considered to be compact BBQs. The main difference is in the design; this Omega 250 has a stylish all-black finish which some people might prefer to the silvery Excel 310.
Also, there is a pull-handle incorporated into the side table, which is missing from the other model.
In terms of cooking, there’s the option to separately control the grill temperature on different ends of the grill, as there are two burners which can be individually controlled. Again, with the side burner as well, this just means you’ve got a lot of scope and possibilities for what to cook.
One thing that you may find is that certain foods can take a long time to cook. In particular, larger items like steaks need to be positioned in the middle of the grill, otherwise, especially at the outer edges, the BBQ may not get hot enough to cook them and it might take a long time.
- The compact footprint makes this BBQ suitable for small gardens and balconies
- Side table can be folded down for easy storage
- Storage rack at the base can be used for crockery and cutlery
- Weighs just over 22 kg, with large wheels, so it's easy to manoeuvre around the garden
- Cooking area is large enough to accommodate a family of 6
- Some of the assembly instructions are not as clear as they could be - accompanying images are black and white and hard to decipher
- When using the top warming rack, fat may drip out the back of the BBQ and onto the floor
- May take a long time to get hot enough to cook larger items like steak
- May wobble in windier conditions
Outback Hunter Plus 3-Burner Gas Barbecue Review
Outback is a brand name that has become synonymous with quality BBQs, so if you’re looking for a classic model, from a reputable company, this Outback Hunter Plus 3-Burner Gas Barbecue BBQ might just be one of the best gas BBQs you’ll come across
If you’re not a fan of the all-metallic appearance of more modern BBQs, this option adds a bit more traditional rustic charm to the garden with its wooden frame and side tables.
It’s also a really powerful option, with three burners that can all be individually controlled; the heat is well retained within the BBQ, so much so that you might only find yourself using the gas dials on their lower settings.
The grills are cast iron, which not only prevents rusting, but is also easy to clean after cooking. Cast iron is also renowned for holding heat well, keeping temperatures high within the BBQ.
With the burners off, you can still maintain heat inside for around 30 minutes. This is perfect for saving a bit of gas, or throwing one last thing on to cook after you thought you were done…!
Along with the grills, there is a warming rack that hinges with the hood, ensuring that the overall 63 x 42 cm cooking space is maximised whilst still providing space to keep food warm.
Finally, as with many of Outback’s BBQs, there is a side burner which is suitable for cooking anything from a saucepan or a frying pan on. If a guest wants a fried egg on their burger, you’ll be set up to provide them with one.
As mentioned, the main thing is to watch out for food getting too hot and burning. You can’t move the position of the grilling plates, so they’re quite close to the heat source, which means you do need to use a bit of trial and error to create the best cooking conditions. But at least you can be sure that food will cook!
- Comes with a full spread of lava rocks included which makes it greater value for money
- A good size for general family usage and medium size gardens
- Easy to get going and quick to heat up
- Retains heat extremely well, reaching high temperatures and also staying hot for a once the gas is off
- The foldable side table and storage shelf can be used to store sides, sauces and crockery
- Grills are in a set position close to the coals so it’s easier to burn food
- May take a bit of getting used to, to work out the best temperature and settings
- There's no griddle plate, only grills
Outdoorchef City 420 Gas Kettle Review
Finding a gas BBQ that will fit neatly into a corner isn’t always easy – especially as the gas canister often takes up additional space.
Fortunately, this small, round Outdoorchef City 420 Gas Kettle only measures 90 cm high and 67 cm across, and it can run off a small 5 kg canister.
As a result, it’s one of the best gas BBQs for small areas like balconies and decking, plus it can also fit into the car to be taken on camping trips. It only weighs 12 kg which makes it a lot easier to transport and generally lift around than many other gas BBQs.
The cooking area measures just under 40 cm, which might seem small compared to other BBQs featured on this page, but it’s actually still large enough to cook a whole chicken in, so that gives quite a good idea of its size.
Even if you have a bit more space, but you just want a straight-forward, easy-to-use BBQ, this is a good option to cook for 2 – 3 people at a time, and it’s suitable for beginners too.
There’s one burner, which is controlled using a dial on the front of the unit, and it’s easy to light as well thanks to the piezo ignition. Even though it might not have the several burners of other models, it can still reach temperatures of around 250 °C, which you can check without lifting the lid, using the built-in thermometer.
Whilst everything else seems well thought through, the one lacking feature is the absence of a place to hang the lid. If you do choose to take it off partway through cooking, it can be tricky to find a safe space to rest the hot metal dome. A bit of forethought can help, so it’s something to be aware of before you start cooking.
- Compact size makes it suitable for small balconies, patios and gardens
- Large enough to roast a whole chicken inside
- Entire BBQ weighs just 12 kg, so it’s relatively easy to move around the garden
- Serves approximately 2 - 3 people at a time
- If you get a pizza stone separately, it can be used to cook pizzas
- Not suitable for large get togethers or families due to the small 39.5 cm cooking area
- The instructions are relatively vague, pictorial images, so assembly can take longer than you might expect
- There's no place to hang the lid which means it is difficult to take off the BBQ in the middle of cooking
CosmoGrill 6+1 Gas Burn Grill BBQ Review
With six individually-controlled burners, the CosmoGrill 6+1 Gas Burn Grill BBQ has more power than the majority of indoor kitchen stove tops…!
It’s one of the best gas BBQs to go for if you’re looking to have a lot of grilling control, something that can help to accurately cook a lot of different foods to be ready for the same time.
Plus, if you don’t need to use all six of the stainless-steel burners at once, you don’t have to light them all, so it’s not a case of just using fuel for fuel’s sake.
In terms of size, it’s a large model, with a 74 x 41 cm cooking area that consists of a grill, warming rock and side burner. No matter how full you’ve got the grills, you can still be frying something up on the side or cooking a sauce.
Naturally, with such a large cooking area, it’s a big unit, measuring 141 x 103 x 50 cm overall; therefore, it requires quite a lot of space in the garden, both for BBQing and storage. Whilst you could leave it outside with a cover, you’ll probably want to store it inside when possible, so it’s a case of considering how much storage room you have available as well.
One advantage of its large size is that it is big enough to have a storage cupboard underneath – this can successfully conceal a large gas canister, meaning it doesn’t have to be an eyesore whilst cooking (or at any other time either).
Flame tamers come as standard, and sit below the grill, over the top of the burners. They’re multifunctional: protecting the burners from any food drips whilst also vaporising the drips to give that flavoursome smoky effect that BBQs are so popular for. When the grills are ready for cleaning, they can be removed to fit in most dishwashers, or certainly the sink, making cleaning easy.
There’s also a grease pan to capture fat that drops from your food which is easy to remove and clean.
Finally, the double-walled aluminium hood has a built-in thermometer so you can know what’s going on inside without the need to open the BBQ and lose heat. And there’s a side table to help with preparation whilst cooking.
Of course, as a slightly cheaper model than some of the other big ranges featured here, it doesn’t have quite the same quality construction as reputable brands. However, as mentioned – as long as you are careful with storage, and clean it well, you should be able to continue to enjoy a large BBQ that can cater to many guests.
- Storage space under the unit makes it easy to conceal the gas canister out of sight
- Has a large 74 x 41cm cooking area that can cater to over 15 people at a time
- Relatively easy to put together although the instructions could be clearer
- Each burner is individually controlled, as there are 6 dials, so you can choose how many to use
- The grill plates are easy to clean either by hand or in the dishwasher
- Gap between the back the grill and the hood means it’s easy to drop food down the back
- The dials are made from chrome-coated plastic which feels lower quality than metal
- No regulator or hose included so they will need to be purchased separately
Fire Mountain Elbrus 3 Burner Gas Barbecue Review
Waiting for the BBQ to heat up often means you need to do a bit of forward planning before guests arrive, especially if using charcoal; however, this Fire Mountain Elbrus 3 Burner Gas Barbecue can reach up to 150 °C in just a couple of minutes.
Therefore, if we’re matching BBQS to personality types, if you’re someone who doesn’t want to have to think about the BBQ until it’s time to cook, this is one of the best gas BBQs around.
It has a sturdy construction, consisting of a solid wood frame, a powder-coated steel grilling area, and two plastic wheels with a good amount of tread.
The three individually-controlled burners contribute to its quick-heating time, whilst the domed roasting hood keeps the heat in. The grill and griddle are also both made from cast iron, a material renowned for its temperature-retaining properties as well.
Overall, the cooking area measures 63 x 42 cm, so it’s relatively large (the whole unit measures 130 x 108 x 56 cm when assembled), meaning you can comfortable cook for at least six people, though likely many more (it just depends how much everyone is eating really!).
It’s also quite a heavy unit as well, weighing 30 kg, so even despite its two wheels, it may be a bit difficult to move in and out of storage depending on how flat the area is. And, whilst you might be tempted to leave it out and just cover it, it’s certainly advisable to store it away at least during winter and bad weather.
The metal is also slightly easy to scratch, so there’s something to be said for not being too rough with it – especially during assembly. Putting a blanket down first, then assembling the BBQ on top, is a better idea than resting everything on hard ground.
- Spacious 63 x 42cm cooking area is suitable for cooking for at least six people at a time
- Drip tray is easy to remove for cleaning
- It's easy to move the BBQ around on its four wheels
- Assembly takes around two hours
- Heats up to approximately 150°C in just a few minutes
- The assembly instructions are not as clear as they could be but can be worked out
- You may need a socket set and Philips screwdrivers in order to complete assembly; the spanner provided isn't very useful
- It can get scratched easily so you need to be careful if you want perfect aesthetics
Fuego F21C 2016 Model Carbon Steel Gas Grill BBQ Review
As it turns out, there are a lot of different styles of BBQs on the market – if you’re someone who loves a bit of modern design, and you’re a fan of all things futuristic yet minimal, there’s even a BBQ to suit those criteria.
The Fuego F21C 2016 Model Carbon Steel Gas Grill BBQ was designed by the former head designer at Apple, which explains its streamlined, innovative appearance, and has even won awards for its appearance.
Fortunately, it’s also very functional, as well as being a bit of a style icon. One thing that’s particularly satisfying is how the gas canister neatly fits inside the cylindrical stand, completely hiding it away.
It’s pretty small in general, measuring 117 cm tall with a base of 54 x 54 cm, and therefore doesn’t take long to heat up – it’ll reach 250°C in five minutes, and has a top temperature of 300°C. You’ll also still have a lot of scope in terms of what you can cook on the 897 cm² grilling surface which is enough space for 12 burgers.
Plus, whist they don’t come included, there’s also an option to buy a griddle and pizza stone separately, creating even more potential for making different dishes.
For such a small unit, it’s surprisingly heavy at 33 kg, but its shape obviously lends itself to being easier to carry than large BBQ ranges. The grill alone weighs 7.7 kg, with a dense construction of porcelain-enamel cast iron which helps it retain heat for longer. There are also four wheels attached as well, for easily moving it around on hard surfaces.
In general, it’s another great choice for entertaining when space is at a premium, and it doesn’t even really limit you in terms of how many guests you can cook for, highlighted by its burger-patty capacity.
- Great for small spaces (balconies, small patios, etc.) as it has a space-saving compact footprint of just 54 x 54 cm and the canister also fits inside the unit
- Four lockable wheels make it easy to move but also secure when in place
- Burners are easily adjustable for precise heat control
- Can comfortably cook 12 burgers at once
- Easy to assemble in just 30 minutes
- On removing the lid, the BBQ loses heat very quickly
- The grill heat is a little unevenly distributed, with the outer edges getting hotter than the middle
- No lip on the grill so sausages may roll off the edge
Things to Know Before Buying a Gas BBQ
There’s nothing better than stepping outside and smelling the delicious smoky aroma of food sizzling on the BBQ – ahh, the perfect smell of summer!
Then comes the devastating realisation that the smell is coming from your neighbour’s garden, not yours.
Perhaps they’ll invite you over? But then again… is that really what you want?
If you don’t want to rely on a potential invitation from your neighbours, you’ll be pleased to know that a gas BBQ makes it very easy to spontaneously grill food – you can go from thinking about having a BBQ, to eating from it, all in the space of an hour.
There’s none of the same faff of waiting hours for it to heat up as with charcoal BBQs. If the sun suddenly comes out, you’ll be ready to go almost instantly. Gas BBQs are gaining popularity fast and there’s a huge number on the market to choose from.
If you’re considering purchasing a gas BBQ but you’re not sure what to look out for, the following tips should help inform your decision:
There are pros and cons to both gas and charcoal BBQs, and the topic of which BBQ to go for can be quite divisive. Here’s a quick overview of the main advantages and disadvantages of each model:
- Easy to use and quick to heat up – some gas BBQs only take around 5-10 minutes to reach an optimum cooking temperature.
- Allow for very precise temperature setting – no mysteries about how hot or not the grill is!
- Direct and constant heat.
- Many gas BBQs come with side burners which mean you can heat a pan or saucepan on the side.
- Perfect for spontaneous barbecues!
- You have to buy and dispose of gas canisters, as well as have them visible on your patio whilst BBQing unless the unit has a way to conceal them.
- May not create as ‘smoky’ a flavour as charcoal BBQs.
- Versatile and extremely hot.
- Often cheaper than gas BBQs
- Indirect grilling is more frequently possible.
- Food has a ‘smoky’ flavour thanks to the burning of the coal.
- Difficult heat control.
- Smaller cooking areas.
- Takes at least 30 – 40 mins to heat up and can be difficult to light in the first place.
As you can see, the type of BBQ that you opt for really depends on your personal preference and what’s most important to you.
If you’re the type of person who wants to be able to have a BBQ at the drop of the hat, a gas BBQ will allow you to quickly have a grill that is ready to cook on.
If you’re more interested in getting that authentic smoky BBQ flavour, and don’t mind putting in a bit more work both during the heating stage and the cooking process, a charcoal BBQ might well be a better option for you.
Even if you’re trying to cook for a group – of four to six people, for example – you still don’t necessarily need a very large BBQ.
If you opt for a gas-powered unit, even a small one with just two burners and a cooking area of somewhere around 50 x 50 cm should be suitable for this many people.
Of course, if you’re someone who frequently hosts bigger parties and events in the summer, you’ll benefit from having a larger BBQ to cook more food at the same time. The biggest ranges featured here have have cooking areas of around 70 x 40 cm. Having 4 – 6 burners will give you flexibility to cook different foods at the same time, which can come in handy when hosting a lot of different guests.
Large gas BBQs with more burners will be more expensive to buy than smaller models. However, if you look for individually controlled burners, you won’t need to always have them all ignited when cooking which can at least save gas.
If having a portable BBQ is important to you, there are some gas models which are small enough to fit into the boot of the car. These can then be taking on holiday, camping, or to friend’s houses. Of course, you’ll also need to transport the gas as well, so keep this in mind when measuring if the BBQ will fit in the car.
This brings us onto weight; even some small BBQs can be quite heavy which may make them difficult to manoeuvre. Larger BBQ ranges can sometimes weigh up to 60 kg. Therefore, it’s important to check where you’re going to store the BBQ, and if it has wheels.
Whilst most BBQs can be stored outside, with a cover, through most of summer, when the colder weather arrives it’s good to store them away. Therefore, you’ll need to consider if your BBQ is too heavy for you to move in and out of storage.
Wheels are obviously a huge help across flat ground, and can also come in handy when BBQing. If your BBQ has four wheels (instead of two), you’ll be able to move it around much more easily without disturbing the BBQ itself.
This can be helpful if there’s a sudden rain storm or if the wind changes direction and smoke starts blowing over the guests from the BBQ’s current position.
Castor wheels with brakes are the best for hard, level surfaces. These are super sturdy and move easily as well. If you’ll be taking your BBQ across tougher terrain, like the lawn, it might be easier to move a BBQ with two large wheels.
Gas BBQs can come with a number of extra features which are well worth having if you’re entertaining guests.
Some BBQs come with side shelves which are great for storing bread rolls, condiments or plates and cutlery. You may also get storage space underneath, which can be used for storing equipment and tools, or the gas canister itself.
Most models have either a hinged lid, or a round one that you take off, and ideally you want a BBQ with a built-in thermometer so you can check whether the food is cooked without lifting the lid and losing heat.
You may get a BBQ with an additional side burner for use with saucepans and pans. These can be used to prepare accompaniments such as beans, onions or sauces. This means that all the cooking can be done at the BBQ, instead of requiring you to split your time between the kitchen and the outdoor grill.
Finally, look out for BBQs with warming racks which are another handy feature. These keep food warm whilst other items are cooking, and can also be used for roasting and baking (that’s right – you can even do potatoes in the barbie!).
A lot of people who use gas BBQs like to cook with lava rocks or vaporiser bars. A lot of BBQs may come with these already. Lava rocks sit on the BBQ grate and can help distribute the heat more evenly. Vaporiser bars can help create a bit more of an authentic, smoky BBQ taste.
When it comes to gas BBQs, you basically have two fuel choices – butane or propane. These are the most common gases used for home BBQing.
Butane comes in blue cylinders, and propane comes in red. Smaller bottles of propane may be sold in green bottles, under the term ‘patio gas’ (because they’re often used to fuel gas-powered patio appliances).
Propane is a popular choice for people living in colder climates. This is because it has a very low boiling temperature of -42°C.
As a result, its a great choice for year-round BBQing, including BBQs in the winter. Whilst winter BBQs may not appeal to everyone, if there is a chance that you’ll want to do one, propane is a good gas to use.
There are some people who prefer the taste of food which has been cooked using propane fuel over butane. This is something that you might like to personally experiment with, but it’s worth bearing in mind that you might notice a difference between the two.
Propane has also been shown to produce more heat than butane.
Butane will still be a good choice for almost year-round BBQing. It has a boiling temperature of -2°C which means that it won’t be a very good fuel in very cold weather, but for most of the year in the UK it will work just fine.
Butane flows especially well in warm temperatures, so it’s great for summer BBQing.
It’s marginally cheaper than propane, plus it doesn’t burn as fast. Therefore, you’ll might end up having to buy it less frequently as well. This also makes it a good choice if you have BBQs frequently, as you won’t burn through your fuel supplies unnecessarily quickly.
Using a Regulator
You will need to use a regulator hose to connect the gas to the BBQ. These are very important as they control the flow of gas to the BBQ and stop too much from being used at a time.
Some BBQs come with a regulator provided, but that’s not the case with all models. Plus, different gas canisters will require a different-size regulator. If a regulator comes with your BBQ, you will need to find out what gas canister head it fits on to. If your BBQ does not come with a regulator, you can buy the gas canister that you want, and find a regulator to fit it.
Standard green patio gas bottles will require a 27 mm propane clip-on regulator. In general, there are a lot of different ‘fastenings’ for regulators, though they will most likely be clip on or screw on.
Gas BBQ FAQs
You should clean the grills every time after using the BBQ to remove any leftover food and grease. Some BBQs have grills that can fit into the dishwasher, but you may also find that you can wash them in the sink.
When in frequent use, you should clean the entire interior of your BBQ approximately every three months. Clean the exterior once a month.
How to clean a gas BBQ: Always disconnect the gas tank before cleaning. Use a grate cleaner and grill brushes to clean the grills, interior, and vaporiser bars. After leaving the grate cleaner to settle for 30 – 60 seconds, scrape off any grease. Always be careful not to use tools that could scratch or damage any parts of the BBQ. Use a cloth to wipe everything.
Don’t re-assemble the BBQ until everything has thoroughly dried. After putting the BBQ back together, spray the grate with a non-stick finish.
Gas barbecues are:
- Easy to use and quick to heat up.
- Fantastic for very precise temperature setting – there are no mysteries about how hot or not the grill is!
- Great at delivering direct and constant heat.
- Perfect for spontaneous barbecues!
- Versatile – most have individually controlled burners making it easy to cook different foods.
Regulator hoses control how much gas is able to flow from the canister to the BBQ. Without a regulator, you would be risking gas flowing too quickly.
Different size regulators are available to connect to different size canisters. If your BBQ comes with a regulator hose already, you will need to find out what type of gas canister it is compatible with.
If it doesn’t comes with a regulator hose, you can choose what size gas canister you would like to use, and then buy an appropriate hose.
- Fire Mountain 3 Burner Gas Barbecue
- Outback Excel 310 Gas Barbecue 2017 Model
- Outback Omega 250 Gas BBQ
- Outback Hunter Plus 3-Burner Gas Barbecue
- Outdoorchef City 420 Gas Kettle
- Charles Bentley 7 Burner Premium Gas BBQ
- Fire Mountain Elbrus 3 Burner Gas Barbecue
- Fuego F21C 2016 Model Carbon Steel Gas Grill BBQ