New Gas Grill Trends in 2018 for Best Barbecue

Classic charcoal grills are a thing of the past – today they are grilled with modern high-tech appliances that you can use all year round. Read this article by yourself to know which grill innovations are available.

The Gas BBQ and BBQ scene has grown steadily in recent years. So that the preparation of meat, sausages and vegetarian specialties never gets boring, the grills of well-known manufacturers are constantly developing. The grill novelties for the year 2018 were recently on the Spoga 2017.

Spoga 2017 was Germany’s largest BBQ exhibition. Here, the best providers literally put the handle in their hands. Weber, Broil King and Primo are among the best manufacturers in this regard.

BBQ FROM WEBER

The company Weber has long been a fixture in the grill and BBQ scene. Every year, the manufacturer sets new standards with its innovative barbecue innovations. Next year, the Weber will launch two electric grills, the Pulse 1000 and 2000, which will provide pure enthusiasm. While the Weber Pulse 1000 is equipped with a heating element, the Pulse 2000 has two heating elements under the hood. Both grill novelties will be available both as a trolley and a table grill to grill in the garden or in the smallest space. Depending on the equipment, the prices vary between 600 and 1,000 euros. 300 degrees Celsius are easily reached, so you can even cook large steaks or whole chicken playfully that the digital transformation has arrived at Weber long ago.

BROIL KING – BBQ TRENDS FROM CANADA

The Canadian manufacturer Broil King is primarily known for its Monarch series, which presents itself in a modern design. A mix of silver and black elements creates an elegant and timeless touch in this case. The Signet 390, whose side tables received a facelift, is also much fresher and cheaper. If you are looking for something robust for outdoor use, the Broil King Sovereign, equipped with a powerful 3D burner, guarantees the right choice.

CHAR-BROIL: THE TRENDSETTER FROM THE USA

The Platinum gas grills of the American company Char-Broil impress with a timeless look and a solid design. Due to the compact design and the patented Tru-Infrared system, the 2 and 3 burner grills score in every respect. With the Char-Broil Kamander, the company is launching a true grill novelty made of double-walled steel. With a recommended retail price of 699 euros, this grill is significantly cheaper than its two competitors, which will cost between 900 and 1,400 euros.

BARBECUE INNOVATION FROM CANADA: THE NEW NAPOLEON IS COMING!

Rogue is the success story of Napoleon, which in 2017 was one of the best-selling products of the manufacturer. The gas grill, which is equipped with 3 burners, is considered a true perennial burner. In order to offer beginners an equally powerful and inexpensive model, the manufacturer will launch a 2-burner grill on the market next year. This entry-level model will even be available with Sizzle Zone.

PETROMAX: GRILL TRENDS FROM MAGDEBURG

The fact that German manufacturers can compete with their foreign competitors is proved by the barbecue innovations of a Magdeburg-based company. Petromax – the company name of the manufacturer has long been around in the grill scene. The grill novelties of the Magdeburg-based company can set accents, especially in the outdoor area.

Fans of the outdoor kitchen can look forward to a gas-powered version next year, with either a single burner or two burners. Cooking 7.5 kilowatts makes cooking meat and vegetarian delicacies a breeze. The Firehand Pyron will later be equipped with add-ons. For example, there will be a fire plate for this model. To make barbecuing a real experience next year, the Magdeburg-based manufacturer, in cooperation with McBrikett, has developed a special charcoal that promises the best grilling results. Since the fire plates of the manufacturer from Magdeburg produce a constant heat, the food can be cooked very gently. This keeps the meat juicy on the inside while giving it a crispy note on the outside.

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