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New Year New Grill

By Ason Figueroa January 20, 2021 0 comments

New Year New Grill

What are some of the things that you were thinking about getting for the new year? What new year resolutions did you make? Was getting a grill one of them? It may seem like a question that came out of nowhere, but this is the perfect time for you to get your hands on a new grill.

Hearing this may be a bit strange since the summertime is widely known as barbecue season. Nevertheless, stick around until the end, and you should understand why this is the perfect time to go out with the old, and in with the new. 

You may find it hard to imagine grilling anything outdoors when the snow is painting outside in white. Even so, close your eyes and imagine your favorite type of steak. Doesn't it sound like an amazing idea to have one? Do you feel your mouth already watering? So, if the desire is already there, why are you waiting until the summer to eat what you can have now? 

Grilling in the Winter Is in Style!

It's natural to have some reservations about grilling in this weather, but here is some information that should make things a bit more seamless for you. 

Bees, flies, and bugs are just a few of the winged annoyances to your tantalizing grilled delights. While you may have a problem with them during the summer, nothing is going to be flying and bugging you during the winter. Additionally, who worries about chilling their food when the environment can take care of it for you naturally?

Apart from the clear advantages, there's the matter of the grill you use. Not every grill can stand up to the task in winter conditions like a Cal Flame grill can, for example. Check out the recommendations below for the best options to have in your corner.

It would be best if you gave your grill enough time to warm up in the cold conditions. Additionally, when your barbecue grill is not in use, cover it to keep it protected from the snow. If you find that your lid is frozen, there's no need for you to panic. Move it to an area, such as a garage, that is conducive to melting the ice. A hairdryer can also come in handy here. Whatever you do, don't try to force it open, as exercise causes things to break.

Cold temperatures can mess with fuel, so always check your tank to ensure it's full. Fuel consumption is a little less efficient during the winter, so you need to pay attention to that. This is also a good time to point out that you should keep your spare fuel well away from the grill after you light it. 

Don't place the grill on a surface that isn't level. Additionally, it should not be too smooth or covered in ice. 

Daytime is shorter in the winter, so if you can't grill when it's light out, ensure that you have good lighting. Additionally, you don't want to have to monitor your grill outside in the cold. Instead, grab yourself a grill thermometer that connects to an app. The app can watch things for you while you wait inside the comfort of your home. 

Why You Should Consider Getting A New Grill

Everyone understands that it's hard to part with something dear, especially when it seems to have been serving you well. However, there is no need to get disheartened about it when the replacement can be more convenient. 

Your current grill may not necessarily be falling apart. If it is, though, what are you waiting on to get yourself a new one? Still, you may notice that your firebox is cracked, the grease buildup doesn't come off as easily as it used to, or it's simply unstable. 

Even if you take all these things out of the equation, can your current grill allow you the comfort of grilling safely all year round? Most conventional grills aren't built that way, yet there is no need for you to worry with builds such as Blaze grills or Alfresco grills at your side. 

Some Brands to Consider

By now, you should understand that you can get the heat going during the winter if you want to enjoy your favorite homemade grilled delights. It's also abundantly clear that not all grills are suited for taking the task on during the cold weather. Therefore, here are some of the best brands for you to choose from:

  • Cal Flame - If you're interested in the Cal Flame variety, many options can meet your needs where form factor and design are concerned. Examples include the P series P4 and P5, The G series 5, and the Kamado Smoker grill. 
  • Blaze Grills - Blaze grills offer some excellent choices that can meet both external and internal grilling needs. Models, such as the Professional Portable Grill, provide tremendous flexibility. Alternatively, you can go for one of Blaze's built-in varieties for a static experience. 
  • Alfresco Grills - Alfresco also has a series of gas grills to help you bring your winter grilling delights to life. The ALXE-36-NG and the ALXE-56-LP are two of several varieties that are bound to bring you joy.
  • Primo Grills - It's hard to ignore the uniqueness of Primo grill designs. The brand is best known for its round and oval designs, such as those of the Oval XL 400 and the Large Round Ceramic Kamado Grill.

Final Remarks

Now you have all the information you need to choose an optimal grill for your winter grilling needs. When everyone else must hide their cravings until summer comes around, you can delight in yours all year round. 

Remember that grills are in lower demand during the winter, which means prices are at their best. Once everyone gets steak-happy during the summer, costs tend to rise. Therefore, it's a no-brainer to get a new grill for the new year. 

You should also note that if you use the VIP Pop-up form for your JwGrills purchase, there is a host of jaw-dropping discounts that you can get to make your purchases even cheaper. The brands up above are the top players in the BBQ industry, so why not take things to the next level by snagging one?

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