Weber Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill

Aug 11, 2015

Category: Gear

You don’t need a big grill to make a quality meal if you’re just cooking for a few people, and it’s not like you can take your full-size Char-broil grill to the park with you. Weber has you covered, though, with their Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill.

Don’t let its small size fool you, as there is still 160-square-inches of cooking surface contained within its porcelain enameled walls. In fact, it’s large enough to fit four medium-sized steaks or six juicy hamburgers. It’s perfect for camping and tailgating, as well as picnics in the park. This grill weighs just fifteen pounds, and also packs away nicely in tight spaces, so it’ll easily fit in your car trunk. There aren’t any nuts or bolts, but it’s solidly engineered to be sturdy and safe. This Weber grill is available for $49.99. [Purchase]

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