Barbecue Grills Sale

Have a perfect barbecue with the best grills and smokers. We've got charcoal, gas and kettle BBQs in a range of sizes so you can enjoy your outdoor cooking.

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BBQ Grills

When summer rolls around we can't wait to get behind the barbecue and start enjoy a range of grilled and smoked food. Whether you're into burgers or hot dogs, kebab skewers and veg or an accomplished chef delving into grilled halloumi and mushrooms, we've got a wide range of gas and charcoal barbecues to choose from as well as some advice to help you pick the best barbecue for you!

Different Types of BBQ

There are a full range of barbecue grills for sale, and it's important to make the right decision on which one will feature in your humble abode. Gas barbecues can use either natural or propane gas as a fuel source to start the fire. The benefits to this type of grill is that they're usually easy to clean up, and in some cases, you can connect your gas grill to the gas line in the home for unlimited cooking fuel. This works for big BBQ parties with plenty of guests, ensuring everyone gets a taste of those succulent burgers!

Charcoal barbecues require either charcoal briquettes or natural lump charcoal as a fuel source. Once the charcoal is burned, the embers radiate heat providing a perfect way to cook food. So, what are the advantages to this type of grill? Firstly, with charcoal grills it's easy to achieve that perfect smoky taste to your food. It's much easier to control a grill powered on charcoal, and they're extremely good value. For the savvy option, choose the charcoal!

How to Light a Charcoal BBQ

Lighting a charcoal BBQ is very simple, and can be done in a matter of a few small steps. First, create a pyramid of charcoal briquettes in the middle of your grill, and pour a small amount of lighter fluid into the centre. Wait a few minutes to allow the charcoal to soak in the fluid, before applying more of the liquid. Continue to follow these steps until the fire is ignited.

How to Clean a BBQ Grill

Keeping your BBQ grill covered overnight is actually only half of the process to maintaining it's perfect condition. It's important to keep your grill squeaky clean so it can continue cooking your food to perfection. If you can spot any remains on your grill, be sure to give it a good scrub with hot, soapy water. Haven't got a BBQ grill brush? Improvise with some foil, it works just as well!

To clean the base, tip it over into a bucket to remove any old ash and coal, use a damp towel to clean up the stubborn pieces! Once that's all cleared, give the base a wash down with warm, soapy water, and you're all set.