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Postby El Bisho » Mon Jan 02, 2017 7:59 am

G'day all,

Hope you all are well and keen for a new year. Been gifted a second hand Weber kettle a couple of years ago and really have caught the bug. Only started experimenting with low and slow smoking in the last year but enjoying this kind of cooking and its results.
Similar to NooBBQ I am in the market for a new BBQ/Grill for an outdoor kitchen entertaining area we renovating. Looking at a built-in kind of arrangement and willing to spend reasonable coin as we want quality. Need the option of a couple of side burners for pots/wok etc. All the cheaper BBQs I have owned in the past have been difficult to clean with tarnished marks on hoods/frame and bits and pieces that break or fall off over time and with use.
Look forward to being part of the forum and any advice on what to buy will be appreciated.

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Re: Ahoy There

Postby Davo » Mon Jan 02, 2017 8:59 am

Hi & Welcome to the forum El Bisho,

Sounds like you've got a big job ahead of you but it's an investment of your recreational time at home so yes, you've got to buy quality and ensure it's done right the first time.

Theres quite a few big named Gas grills that make the built in grills such as Beefeater and Lifestyle BBQs...Now if I was to build my own gas grill kitchen, and providing I knew I was going to stay in that house for a fairly long time, I'd treat the outdoor area the same as an indoor renovation and buy the best that I could.
This is what I'd choose as my weapon of choice...it ain't cheap but if you look and compare to anything on the Market to what this big boy has got.....you'd want for no more apart from your charcoal grills.
https://www.weberbbq.com.au/barbecues/p ... -built-in/


http://lifestylebbqs.com/wp-content/upl ... oaster.pdf

Weber Australia make BBQs for LPG and Nat Gas, they will bring the grill to your place, assemble it and then install it too.

Anything goes wrong, you're covered with a 10 yr warranty and the techniction will come to your place and fix it.

Anyway, there is a smaller model to this one but this is the king of the Weber Gas grills.

Wok burners need a lot of power to get the heat up to the wok.....you'll need a triple ring burner for this, normal BBQ side burners aren't usually powerful enough to handle woks properly.

Anyway...now that I've spent all your money :P (love spending other people's money :lol: ) I'll let you browse these websites.
https://www.beefeaterbbq.com.au/barbecu ... Built%20in

Anyway....I'll leave you to browse at your leisure sir....enjoy and hope to see you become a part of the forum.


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Re: Ahoy There

Postby El Bisho » Tue Jan 03, 2017 2:14 pm

Cheers Davo for the links.

Definitely some impressive gear to think about. Not sure I can justify the top end Weber range for that amount even though I know it would be quality. I still plan on having and using my old Weber kettle as part of the arsenal in the outdoor kitchen as I enjoy cooking on it more than gas at the moment but usually only fire it up on weekends when I have more time. The Beefeater built-in might be more of the go. Has anyone had any experience with the Weber Q built in version?

Thanks again for the help
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