As you shop for a grill, and ask your friends and neighbors for advice, keep in mind that there are people who have been Weber-ized. For them there is no dilemma as to fuel of choice. With their complete line of Weber grills jammed on their deck it’s merely a case of which one to use tonight.
The very popular brand of Weber grills began with one of those three legged “kettles” that resembled a mini robot over fifty years ago. Today the family owned company’s following is legion and devoted. There is even a Weber web site to allow weber-ites to express that devotion.
Weber’s first line of gas fueled grills came out in the mid ‘80’s and today the company produces about half gas, half charcoal grills. Weber has 50 employees committed to R and Ding the best grills, including soaking them in salt to see how they will stand up to coastal grilling.
Memorial Day weekend, July Fourth and Labor Day weekends are top bbq’ing holidays, so get your apron, your tongs, and for the devoted Webbies, your Weber all within grilling reach.