Barbecuing is a great activity for warm summer evenings – sitting outside with friends and family, grilling, eating, and having a good time. The right charcoal grill is a must. We show you how to find the right one for you.
Our checklist contains many important buying criteria and in our product presentations we introduce you to various charcoal grills.
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The Bestsellers Of The Charcoal Grills
In a list of bestsellers, we have compiled the most popular charcoal grills for you.
Checklist For Charcoal Grills
- If you often want to grill for average-sized groups of 6 to 10 people, you should opt for a sturdy stand-up grill that can easily remain outside even in winter.
- If you have limited space and indirect grilling is important to you, a small kettle gr ill is a good choice.
- On the road, a light, mobile grill is best.
- For low smoke and grilling on the balcony, a compact grill with active ventilation is ideal.
- For gentle cooking and indirect grilling, a smoker is best.
- A lid is useful if you want to keep your food warm after grilling or cook the food indirectly at gentle temperatures.
- If you want to use the grill frequently and leave it outside even in winter , you should choose a charcoal grill made of stainless steel. Optimally, the grill is equipped with a porcelain enamel coating that prevents rusting.
- Make sure that the charcoal grill has a high-quality finish so that it lasts for a long time and you achieve an optimal grilling experience.
- With an additional catch tray for the ashes is easier cleaning possible and a safe disposal of the rest is guaranteed.
- If it’s important to you to be flexible when grilling and try different things, you should opt for a grill with a height-adjustable grill grate.
- A charcoal grill is especially safe if it bears a GS mark that certifies optimal safety.
- To ensure that grilling is possible on any surface and remains safe, the grill should not wobble and should be very stable and sturdy overall.
- If you often want to grill on uneven surfaces, you should rather choose a grill with 3 legs, because it is more stable than grills with 4 legs.
- Make sure that the grill handles are heat resistant and insulated to avoid burning yourself while grilling.
Recommended Charcoal Grills
We have compiled the best and most interesting charcoal grills. You can find the list with our product recommendations here.
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FAQ About Charcoal Grills
A charcoal grill can reach up to 800 degrees. This high temperature is reached after about half an hour.
The use of special grill l ighters is best suited to light the grill.
Charcoal grills are usually less expensive than gas grills. They take longer to be ready for use. With a gas grill, you are not working with an open fire. Which is the better grill is up to each person to decide for themselves.
After about half an hour to three quarters of an hour, the grill is ready for use and can be topped with grilled food.
The easiest way to light a charcoal grill is to use special grill lighters.
A charcoal grill must be preheated for about 30 to 40 minutes.
Make sure that your grill is well made and stable so that it cannot tip over. A GS seal confirms the quality of workmanship.
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