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Char-Broil

Model 13301565

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American Gourmet Barrel Style Charcoal Grill

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The Char-Broil American Gourmet Charcoal Grill combines the functions of charcoal smoking, barbecuing and grilling for flexible cooking. The grill features cast iron cooking grates and a grate lifter that provides easy access to the removable ash pan. It includes front, side and bottom shelves for storage space.

  • 623 sq. in. cooking surface offers space for cooking many of your favorite foods
  • Cast iron cooking grates for durability
  • Adjustable steel fire grate with an ash pan helps you control the cooking temperature
  • Black slat side and front shelves for additional preparation space
  • Includes a temperature gauge, a wire bottom shelf and a cast iron grate lifter for your convenience
  • Assembly required
  • Protect your investment with a grill cover (sold separately)
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what is grill top dimensions?

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May 14, 2014
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New Boston Nh
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June 24, 2014
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625sq inches of grilling space
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Thousand Oaks, Ca
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May 31, 2014
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Approx 24" X 21".
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Albany, OR
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May 27, 2014
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It is 19" deep by 20" wide. With easy to move grates (4) and a tool is provided to move the grates if they are hot.
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Richland, WA, USA
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May 27, 2014
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Approximately 21" wide and 19" deep.
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Arizona, USA
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May 18, 2014
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Top grill is 20x10
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May 14, 2014
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This Char-Broil Charcoal Grill has cooking dimensions of 18.79" x 6.48". Follow this link for more information on this grill... http://www.charbroil.com/american-gourmet-charcoal-grill-600-series-10301565-26.html
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Is this grill worth buying?

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May 20, 2014
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Yes, this is a sturdy charcoal grill. It evenly distributes the heat, smokes the food, and is a great value.
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May 19, 2014
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Absolutely. It's a good value. It has cast-iron grates, which you can season like any cast-iron, making them really slippery. It has good temperature control too, a real necessity. And its barrel shape really helps funnel the air through it, keeping the fire as hot as you want. It takes a little practice, though, to control the temperature. With time, you'll learn to control the temperature, let the food Read More
Absolutely. It's a good value. It has cast-iron grates, which you can season like any cast-iron, making them really slippery. It has good temperature control too, a real necessity. And its barrel shape really helps funnel the air through it, keeping the fire as hot as you want. It takes a little practice, though, to control the temperature. With time, you'll learn to control the temperature, let the food cook and keep the lid down. That's where this grill really shines. I love mine. It's all in the cast-iron grates and the rectangular shape (and a little practice at first). Read Less
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phillipsburg, NJ
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May 14, 2014
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Yes it is!!
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Philadelphia, PA
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May 13, 2014
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it was for me, my son put it together in about 90 minutes, I use it for a large cookout , and we even use it in the rain that same day, depending on how large a grill you need , this was a perfect size for me
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May 13, 2014
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Yes, it is great, and you can't beat the sale price
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San Antonio, TX, USA
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May 13, 2014
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yes, if your the attentive type while you are grilling and if you are good with assembly instructions.
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How well does it smoke?

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May 10, 2014
I'm almost 100% about picking this up but I really love smoked meat, but don't have room for a giant smoker.
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Albany, OR
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Although I haven't tried that yet as I loved smoked meat too, all you really need to do is add the wood chips (soaked in water first) to the coals and you should get enough smoke flavor to satisfy your tastes. This is not a smoker though, it is a grill. However it does have a temperature gauge on it to help maintain the temperature you need to smoke meat and just might work for you if you can maintain Read More
Although I haven't tried that yet as I loved smoked meat too, all you really need to do is add the wood chips (soaked in water first) to the coals and you should get enough smoke flavor to satisfy your tastes. This is not a smoker though, it is a grill. However it does have a temperature gauge on it to help maintain the temperature you need to smoke meat and just might work for you if you can maintain the consistent heat. Read Less
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May 27, 2014
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smokes the food as well as any smoker; quite impressed with the amount of smoke and how it's infused in the meat
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Richland, WA, USA
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May 27, 2014
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I smoked a small partial brisket by placing the coals on the right side and the meat on the left. I used large hickory wood chunks and controlled the vents to get the right temperature and smoke. The grill is in three sections, so I left off the right one to add wood chips and adjust the coals. It worked fine, but I would not give up my propane upright smoker for this same task or for cooking much larger Read More
I smoked a small partial brisket by placing the coals on the right side and the meat on the left. I used large hickory wood chunks and controlled the vents to get the right temperature and smoke. The grill is in three sections, so I left off the right one to add wood chips and adjust the coals. It worked fine, but I would not give up my propane upright smoker for this same task or for cooking much larger or more meats. Read Less
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May 14, 2014
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It is a very good smoker!
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San Antonio, TX, USA
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May 13, 2014
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When you smoke meat you constantly need to check your heat source and with this grill you can do that because it has three grilling plates if you remove one you have easy access to your fire, your meat can rest on the other 2 grilling plates, just keep your fire to one side of the pit.
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May 12, 2014
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This American Gourmet Charcoal Grill is great for smoking or grilling food when you're limited on space. Don't let the size fool you. This grill can cook just about anything you can think of.
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Can I smoke a slab of pork ribs on this grill?

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Albany, OR
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You sure can, there's more than enough room, I would say there's even room for 2 or maybe more depending on the size of the slab.
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Yes YOU CAN!
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Yes you can, just place the fire tray at its lowest level and use a medium size pile of briquets and they will cue nicely.
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May 9, 2014
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Ribs can definitely be done in this American Gourmet Charcoal Grill. Follow this link to view all of the wood chips that we currently have available and that can add a great smoky flavor to your food... http://www.charbroil.com/grilling-smoking-accessories/flavored-wood.html
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Ooh for sure, people might be turned off by the cheap price of this unit (something i thought of before I purchased it) but the thing is wonderful, unless you plan on cooking a whole pig this grill can pretty much handle any of your standard grilling needs, coming from a non-professional but a seasoned griller.
My personal favorite option of this grill is that it has a charcoal tray (easy for cleanup) Read More
Ooh for sure, people might be turned off by the cheap price of this unit (something i thought of before I purchased it) but the thing is wonderful, unless you plan on cooking a whole pig this grill can pretty much handle any of your standard grilling needs, coming from a non-professional but a seasoned griller.
My personal favorite option of this grill is that it has a charcoal tray (easy for cleanup) and also four different heating slots for the tray, did I mention easy set-up? Read Less
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May 8, 2014
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Hi Jack , unfortunately this is not a smoker. You can indirectly grill a slab of ribs.
You place coals on either one side of the grill or both sides of the grill, leaving the middle of the grill open. Place a drip pan with water, or beer under the grates. This will give the ribs moisture and catch the drippings. On the sides have your coals ash gray and use wood chips. You can soak wood chips for 30 Read More
Hi Jack , unfortunately this is not a smoker. You can indirectly grill a slab of ribs.
You place coals on either one side of the grill or both sides of the grill, leaving the middle of the grill open. Place a drip pan with water, or beer under the grates. This will give the ribs moisture and catch the drippings. On the sides have your coals ash gray and use wood chips. You can soak wood chips for 30 minutes, then place them in aluminum foil. Poke holes in the aluminum foil and place on top of the coals. You will get smoke. Read Less
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