The Original Po’ Man Charcoal Grill

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Gear

Ever wanted to cook out of a trash can but were worried about the sanitary issues involved? Now, you can have that incognito barbecue grill you’ve always wanted in the form of a trash can that’s built-out to cook all the meats without any of the fancies. It’s the Po’ Man Charcoal Grill.

Each “Po’ Man” grill is made out of durable rolled steel and stainless metals before getting outfitted with a high temp BBQ paint job. Inside, you’ll find two skewers, a grill gate, drip pan, coal box and starter cup for fluid to get everything going. Each can is easy to setup and boasts significant capacity for cooking with minimal hassle. It’s also superbly low maintenance. Simply set up your meat, light the coals, tilt the lid open to vent and forget about it. You have more important things to worry about. Like regaining your title as the neighborhood horseshoe champion. Available now for $115.

Purchase: $115

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