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Assorted Gas Grill Choices
There are many kinds of BBQ gas grills in the market made by different companies and they come in assorted styles, sizes and use different types of gas. There are so many choices and it can be confusing which kind of gas grill to get. You can get suggestions from your friends and relatives or surf online to read some product reviews for several brands of BBQ grills. By doing some research online, you can save time and money finding the perfect BBQ grills for you. To get more info about these different types of grills, go to this site and check it out.

Here are some of the more popular brands of BBQ gas grills are George Foreman, Fiesta, Brinkmann, and Thermos. There are also other types of BBQ grills that use charcoal or electricity. Charcoal grills are not so popular because of the inconvenience of starting a fire with charcoal and the air pollution it creates. BBQ gas grills are far more popular amongst BBQ enthusiasts. It is also more eco-friendly than using charcoal. Electric grills use too much energy especially if you grill a lot. There are two types of gas used for BBQ gas grills, one is propane gas or Liquid Propane gas and the other is natural gas. Many people, especially those who grill outdoors prefer propane-powered grills because of its convenience and portability. You can move this type of grill around your backyard or take it with you on out-of-town trips.

Most BBQ grills that use natural gas are usually placed indoors. Natural gas is cheaper than propane and you will spend only a third on gas than grills that use LP. Some people say that the food grilled on natural gas grills taste better than those cooked with propane.

The materials used to make gas grills also vary, there is stainless steel, copper, cast iron, cast aluminum, and enamel coated steel or a combination of various materials. Copper, cast iron, and stainless steel are the more popular choices among consumers and also more expensive than the others. The cheaper versions will cook the food just as well but won't last very long.

The burner, grates, and cooking surface have to be well made with thicker materials. Some BBQ gas grills contain additional features like heat reflectors, large counters and console cabinets, briquettes or lava rocks and pans that capture drippings while the food cooks. These added features can also raise the price tag of a grill but also make the grilling experience a lot more fun and exciting.
Outdoor gas grills that come with multiple burners are usually more heat efficient than a grill with one burner. Heat control and distribution is better with multiple burners. Since drippings from food have a way of gathering near the burners and can cause a flare up, good outdoor gas grills will have a bar system made of steel in place that will funnel the fluid from the burner to outside the grill, reducing greatly the risk of flare-ups.

read this Weber Q grill review if you need comparisons on different types of gas grills.