Quick Tips for Your New Grill

Quick Tips for Your New Grill

Congratulations on your new grill and welcome to the Weber family! Download our quick tips guide to find out the 4 things you need to do to get yourself up and grilling in no time. 

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What are your thoughts? (3)

06.05.16

Jim S

My most recent Weber acquisition is a Smokey Mountain Smoker - there is a slab of incipient bacon smoking right now. The smoker has joined a Weber fireplace, a Genesis gas grill, and a vintage 1967 kettle grill given to me by my father-in-law. He later regretted giving it away! The old one has gotten new legs and handles over the years, but is still solid as a rock, almost 50 years later.

06.05.16

Jennie Lussow

Hi Jim! You're making me hungry! Thanks for being a longtime, loyal Weber fan! - Jennie

05.16.16

Allen B

They just delivered my 1st Weber grill. I've never cooked on stainless steel grates before but regardless it's baby back's tonight!

05.16.16

Jennie Lussow

Hi Allen! Congratulations on your new grill and welcome to the Weber family! We can't wait to hear how the ribs turned out! - Jennie

04.15.16

Eric G

I cannot wait to buy another weber. I received an original kettle free from a friend (who got a fancier grill) in 2002. It was probably 2 years old at that time. I had to retire it to the scrap pile last December when we moved. 13 years of service and it was kept outside, uncovered for the entire time. I kept it clean, replaced a few grates and put a screw or two in the handle over the years. If we didn't move I would probably would have gotten another 2 years out of it. What an amazing product you all have. now I am all pumped up to go buy another one. buying another weber is like seeing Haley's comet twice...normally only once in a lifetime experience.

04.15.16

Jennie Lussow

Hi Eric! Thank you so much for the kind words! We pride ourselves on making grills that last and love hearing from happy fans like yourself. Grill on! - Jennie

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