Top 10 Best Gas BBQs 2017

Compare The Top 10 Best Gas BBQs From Our Comparison Table Below
1) Fire Mountain Everest 4 Burner2) Charles Bentley 7 Burner Gas BBQ3) Fire Mountain Elbrus 4 Burner4) CosmoGrill 6+1 Gas Burn Grill BBQ5) Charles Bentley 5 Burner Gas BBQ
Fire Mountain Everest 4 Burner Buy nowCharles Bentley 7 Burner Gas BBQ Buy now Buy now Buy now Buy now
Average User Rating4.6 Stars (4.6 / 5)4.8 Stars (4.8 / 5)4.5 Stars (4.5 / 5)4.3 Stars (4.3 / 5)4.3 Stars (4.3 / 5)
TypeGasGasGasGasGas
Number of Burners4 (including cooking griddle)7 (6 main + 1 side)47 (6 main + 1 side)5 (4 main + 1 side)
Side BurnerNoYesNoYesYes
ThermometerYesYesYesYesYes
Hood/LidYesYesYesYesYes
Grill MaterialCast ironSteelCast ironSteelSteel
Warming RackYesYesYesYesYes
Preparation SpaceYesYesYesYesYes
Storage SpaceYesYesYesYesYes
Number of Wheels24 (with brakes)224 (with brakes)
Regulator and Hose IncludedYesYesYesNo Yes
Dimensions (cm)144 L x 106 H x 56 W156 L x 109 H x 57.7 W151 L x 108 H x 56 W149 L x 110 H x 55 W136 L x 106 H x 56 W
Warranty1 year1 year1 year1 year1 year
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6) Outback Omega 250 Gas BBQ7) Fire Mountain Everest 3 Burner8) Outback Meteor Barbecue 4 Burner8) Broil-master BBQG08 Gas BBQ10) Landmann 12375 Gas BBQ
Outback Omega 250 Buy now Buy now Buy nowBroil-master BBQG08 Gas BBQBuy nowLandmann 12375 Gas BBQBuy now
Average User Rating4.6 Stars (4.6 / 5)4.3 Stars (4.3 / 5)4.8 Stars (4.8 / 5)3.8 Stars (3.8 / 5)3.3 Stars (3.3 / 5)
TypeGasGasGasGasGas
Number of Burners3 (2 main + 1 side)35 (4 main + 1 side)4 (3 main + 1 side)2
Side BurnerYesNoYesYesNo
ThermometerNoYesYesYesNo
Hood/LidYesYesYesYesYes
Grill MaterialChromeCast ironCast ironLacquered steelChrome plated
Warming RackNoYesYesYesNo
Preparation SpaceYesYesYesYesYes
Storage SpaceYesYesYesYesYes
Number of Wheels22222
Regulator and Hose IncludedYesYesYesNoYes
Dimensions (cm)122 L x 104 H x 49.5 W130 L x 106 H x 56 W140 L x 128 H x 61 W124 L x 97 H x 53 W99.5 L x 93 H x 49 W
Warranty1 year1 year1 year1 year2 year
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A Guide To The Best Gas BBQs

Gas barbecues are quick and easy when compared with charcoal barbecues.  The heat can be easily adjusted so it’s more convenient especially when you’re cooking meats where some take longer to cook than others.  Gas BBQs are operated by a gas canister as this provides the fuel and are generally more expensive than charcoal BBQs.

Despite taking longer to cook your meat and having to wait for the coals to get hot, some prefer a charcoal BBQ as they feel it gives the meat an authentic chargrilled taste, they’re also cheaper and tend to be lighter than gas BBQs.

We help you search for the best gas barbecue grill by reviewing each individual one to see what features are included, then we put this information into a easy to read top 10 best gas BBQs table.

 

How To Choose The Best Gas Barbecue Grill

Although a fire mountain gas BBQ is a popular choice, there may be others such as the Charles Bentley gas BBQ 7 burner that might be a better option, say if you regularly have large BBQ gatherings.  When searching for the best gas barbecue to buy, here are the main things you should take into account:

Don’t forget to use the side burner for cooking side dishes and sauces

Number of burners – Think about how many people you’ll usually be cooking for, obviously the more people the more burners you will require.  If you are unsure and you’re not short on storage space then it’s worth buying a BBQ with more burners, so you have those extra burners incase you have more visitors than expected!

Side burner – A very useful addition which pretty does anything your indoor stove can do.  Perfect for making side dishes or sauces whilst your other food is grilling.  Allows you to control everything in once place rather than having to run back and forth to the kitchen if you need to use the stove.

Thermometer – Allows you to check the temperature at which the food is cooking at.  This enables you to monitor your food on the gas grill, making sure your food doesn’t get overcooked or undercooked.

Grill material – This is usually made from either cast iron, stainless steel or chrome-plated steel.  That is also the order of the best and the material that will be the most durable.

Warming rack – This is where food is placed to keep warm.  As different foods take different times to cook, the ones which are cooked first can be placed on the warming rack so it can be served together.

Hoods/lids – Most gas BBQs come with a hood anyway, what a hood does is it closes to retain heat and can be used to roast or cook food quicker rather than just grilling it.

Storage space – Ideal for storing any related equipment such as BBQ tools, also used to store food so you know what’s next in line to go on the BBQ gas grill.

Number of wheels – You’ll probably need to move your gas barbecue grill after you use it, since it’ll probably need to stay in storage or somewhere safe overnight.  As it can be quite heavy, there will be wheels to assist you, 2 wheeled models will still require you to lift roughly half of the weight, whereas 4 wheels will allow you to just push it.

 

Gas BBQ vs Charcoal BBQ

One of the most common and most debated question when it comes to barbecuing is what type of BBQ to go for?  As electric barbecues loses the popularity contest, we will compare only gas and charcoal, but electric ones are ideal for indoor use.  So without further ado, here the pros and cons of each one below.

Gas grill pros:

  • Quick and easy to start up.
  • Able to maintain consistent cooking temperatures.
  • Cheaper to run as fuel costs are lower.
  • Easier to clean after using it.

Cons:

  • More expensive to initially buy.
  • Usually larger, heavier and requires more storage space.
  • Also need to make space for the gas canister.

Charcoal grill pros:

  • You get that authentic chargrilled barbecue taste.
  • Cheaper to buy.
  • More lightweight, so easier to move around.

Cons:

  • Charcoal is a more expensive fuel.
  • Consistent temperatures are harder to maintain.
  • More messy to clean as you need to dispose of the coal and ash after each use.

 

Useful Related Products:

Large BBQ cover

Please ensure you choose the right size for your BBQ, extra large cover also available.Large BBQ Cover

  • Waterproof and breathable protection.
  • Keep your BBQ clean, dry and hygienic.
  • Made from oxford woven fabric.
  • Two zips for easy fitting with anti unzipping velcro straps.
  • Dimensions (cm): 145L x 120H x 70W.