A look back on the last 65 years from the Godfather of the Weber brand!
By Mike Kempster, Guest Blogger
A funny tale from the Weber archives
Find out why firefighters made the perfect grill demonstrators back in Weber's earliest days!
What do mail chests and grills have in common? Read on to learn an interesting piece of Weber's history!
By Ann Garrison, Guest Blogger
See how the Weber gas grill has evolved over the last 5 decades
A look back at some of the history of Weber.
Take a look back at Weber's long history of cookbooks
Get to know the man behind the iconic Weber kettle charcoal grill.
In 1952 George A. Stephen simply wanted to grill a better steak.
By Jennie Lussow
The feature that started a backyard revolution!
By John Burns
Now fire up that grill and raise your tongs as we say happy birthday to our backyard hero, George Stephen.
By Kevin Kolman
It’s not every day one comes across a Weber Imperial Sequoia. When you do, you cherish it, hug it and hold on to it and grill on it like it was George Stephen’s backyard grill.
By Dustin Green, Executive Chef Weber Grill Restaurant - Schaumburg, Guest Blogger
What do a grill-roasted turkey and a house full of firefighters have in common? Both can be great ways to share the joy of grilling.
Cook the bird on a Weber Grill and never worry again!
Most of the time the weather, even in Chicago, is not too cold or wet to keep a grilling enthusiast from the great taste of grill-roasted turkey or prime rib.
Now this is a bbq feast! 36-inch Ranch kettles, fifty 18-pound hams, 500 pounds of charcoal to the bank and a half-truckload of freshly baked rye bread.
The grill for people who wanted a full-sized 22" Weber kettle that could be wheeled anyplace.
The Smokey Joe provides consumers with a smaller size Weber kettle barbecue to take camping, picnicking or to the beach.
The competition lasted the whole summer, until the piece de resistance.
Decked out in the ultra-mod fashion of the day—powder blue polyester bellbottoms and a matching shirt with swaying palm trees on it—I was dressed to grill. Yow!
Check out the history of the Flamenco Grill.
How I overcame my fear of grilling fish.
In celebration of the man who launched a thousand backyard barbecues and revolutionized the America grilling industry.
By Kim Lefko, Guest Blogger
Today we celebrate the founder and creator of the icon Weber Kettle, George A. Stephen!
By Heather Herriges
We’ve come a long way!
In 1952 George Stephen set out to grill a decent steak.
It’s inevitable. I’m traveling somewhere, the Weber logo on my bag, and I hear from behind me, “Oh, I know Mr. Weber!”
By Brooke Jones, Guest Blogger
Share and connect with fellow grillers.
Share all of your grill moments.