Rated 4.9 out of 5Â by 37
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tinocup our new outdoor grill
we would only buy Weber.. they are the best for our budget. the Genesis 330 is incredible. I put it together myself and it took no time at all... went together solid. We love cooking on it... so many options..
June 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Harvey Superior product!
Quality grill and great attention to detail. Highly recommend the Weber E330.
May 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by kchav One of my best purchases!!!!!!
The barbecue was fabulous and easy to put together. I've already used it several times and it works great!!!! The food is delicious and nice space on trays to put stuff and easy clean up. it heats up really fast and high. Weber is a little more money but worth it. It's made better and I think will last longer.
July 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Irishike The real deal
I bought this grill just 6 days ago and have only grilled some steaks.. Perfect medium rare NY strips with a charred outside ..done in 12 minutes !! but the REAL DEAl with this grill is the workmanship! Every detail ... is high quality..The hinges, the welded seams, the auto lighter ..etc..etc. All you have to do is just lift the cover and feel its weight to start realizing what a quality (made in America) product this is. I am very pleased
March 31, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mead As a owner of a near orginal red char I never thought I be gas happy
summer of 1976 my exfather-inlawgave me his used red weber kettle grill. I was a haardwood charcoal fanatic. So when I wanted to do some things I began to think gas. My 37 years of use with minor repairs led me to think weber was a quality brand. I looked at other company grills. the seeable quality of most was equal to Webers Spirit series. The Finish on weber was 10 years, other warranties on the weber was double at least over other companies. The lifting lid test needs to bedone. the spirit made noise when you open it and you could see the connecting bolts also. the genisis has interior covering that makes the genisis look like an oven and open quietly.
My test was to do a rotisseri Chicken. You have to remove the grills and store them underneath but you can use the warming rack while cooking the chicken. So I fired up the grill with a whole bird that was twice as heavy and the same price as my usual store bought one. I fired up the grill and had a problem. It was 34 degrees f outside and I had a hard time getting the grill cooled down to 325. Took me about 20 minutes. I now have learned how to properly operate the heat controlls. Last night I did my second pizza on the grill and I swear it tastes better and I think my grill bakes bettern than my kitchen oven. Note the picture shows me reheating an allrecipe called Moms Fabulous Chiken pot pie which has canned pilsbury grand bisquits. Notice the beautiful color of the bisquits. The side grill was used for french fries while I did burgers on the grill. Since I had my HD store order it for me online(wife loves the green color), I got them to assemble it and deliver for free. A competitor was also doing the same thing. I explained to my other halve that she now would not have any smells from most of my cooking since I would be outside grilling. than I explained when the air come on to cool the house down. I would be out side and that would save on the electric. My buddy who is making me eat crow over my change of Que cooking has a 10 year old genisis gold. He said he like a new one because he liked the green but can't justify a just for color change. this weekend I willdo my third chicken rotiserri. The leftover chicken has replaced nine dollars worth of lunchmeat. So that pays my interest on my grill. I cant wait to roast some fresh tomatoes and chop them up and make pizza. the tomatoes I did this with from the store were good but fresh should be over the top. Cokking tip roast the tomatoes shut the grill off let it cool down. When cool put apizza stone on the grills heat indirect to 400 and bake your pizza. but let the stone cool all the way down before you remove. I broke 2 on the kettle over charcoal grill. I thinkI like the gas better.
BUY the Gensis series and you can let your imagination soar.
April 18, 2013