A portable grill is pretty much a must-have for summertime. You can take it anywhere, from the beach to the campsite to the park, or even your backyard. However, choosing the right one for you is of utmost importance. Full size? Charcoal? Smoker? There are a ton of options and questions to consider when choosing a portable grill. We experts here at GrillHogs, with the help of our buds at Hungry Fan, have done the research for you, so all you need to do is sit back and spend your time cooking up your favorite brats, burgers, beef, or whatever you fancy.
Going camping? Or having a backyard campout? This grill is for you. If you’re looking for ease of use, quality features, and affordability, look no further than the Weber Jumbo Joe. This charcoal grill is 18.5 inches in diameter, so it holds two racks of ribs or burgers and corn for six people, and it’s small enough to pack in your trunk or store alongside your cooler.
Charcoal takes time, so if you’re looking for a quicker cook after you set up your tent and round up some hungry kids, propane is the way to go. The Weber Q 1200 can hold four steaks and even has a thermometer on the side to keep constant heat. This propane-cooker also limits flare-ups for marinated proteins, because the burners aren’t exposed. Yum!
If there were ever a grill behind the “in-case-of-emergency glass” that read “break to grill immediately,” this would be it. This grill has your back no matter the situation or if you need to throw together a meal on the fly. For many people, portable means cooking in a hurry. The Char-Broil Grill2Go uses infrared cooking (although it starts with a propane fire), and then you can sear proteins at temperatures of 500 to 600degrees. Veggies cook in 30 seconds per side, and thin steaks can cook in less than 5 minutes.
Who doesn’t want a grill on wheels? It’s pretty much the best of both worlds. Roll this baby anywhere, even if it’s just the end of your cul-de-sac. The Coleman Roundtrip 285 is as exciting as when your substitute teacher would roll out a movie to watch during class. This freestanding grill system comes with two wheels and three interwoven burners (use all three for a quick sear). There’s even a grease pan for easy cleanup. Bonus: It comes with a griddle attachment, so you can impress everyone with your delicious morning pancakes served hot off the grill…