I have a Weber Q2000. Works great. I keep it stored with a cover on the rear bumper and has worked for years.
Nice, Will look for that oneI have a Weber Q2000. Works great. I keep it stored with a cover on the rear bumper and has worked for years.
Thanks ! Cant go wrong with a weberWeber "Q-Series" leads the pack.
A friend just bought a 1200 size for glamping and loves it.
You can feed them off of a larger tank if you wish and they are rebuildable (read parts availibility).
A Chinese table top grill might not have parts available.
Webers rarely go on sale but with Memorial Day coming up there may be a deal somewhere.Thanks ! Cant go wrong with a weber
Yes and there lies the problemI have one of black rectangular weber bbqs that works great, had it for close to 10 years now. All of the off-l brand ones I have been around always run very hot.
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This was my first thought. The small Weber Kettle is a wonderful camping bbq. Save the green bottles for lanterns.Weber smokey Joe. View attachment 1010697
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Thanks, leaning towards the Weber Q series. I actually found one on OfferUp barely used!Another vote for the Weber Q1200 or comparable. Solidly built, the grate is cast iron, easily transported, and uses either propane canisters or large tanks. You can put it on a picnic table, or a stand built specifically for it. We have both the 1200 and 2000 size.
While these are still a little hot even on low, the secret to turning them further down, is to turn the knob the opposite direction from low towards off, and you'll notice the flame goes way down just before going off.
You are only BBQing when you are using smoke. Anything else is simply "grilling".Is it really Barbecuing when using propane ,maybe Grilling or Cooking 😳🤔,unless you use the Oak Flavored L.P.Fuel 🥩🍣🍔