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Which grill to get?

Posted by mike78613 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 16, 06 at 19:47

Hi guys.

I like to see if anyone here can help me out on a grill to choose.

Right now I own a 3 year old lil smoker by New Braunsfield. Which is good. But I like to get gas grill. Since were getting a pool installed I can choose either 2 models w/ the pool package.

The two grill are:

Brinkmann stainless steel six-burner gas grill with rotisserie
* Six cast-iron 10,000-BTU burners
* 12,000-BTU side burner
* 10,000-BTU infrared burner
* Porcelain-coated cast-iron cooking grates
* 881-sq. in. of cooking surface


Or the:

Turbo STS 3-Burner on Deluxe Stainless Steel Cart (by bbq galore)

* 3 cast stainless steel burners - 45,000 BTU - Flame Thrower ignitor on each burner
* Ceramic briquettes in stainless steel assembly; also stainless steel base frame!
* Heavy duty stainless steel grills and warming rack - 625 sq. in. total cooking area
* Stainless steel full-width drip tray; buy it on a cart now and build it in later!
* Stainless steel full-width drip tray; buy it on a cart now and build it in later!

The all-stainless steel Turbo STS is based on our long-standing Turbo model, while providing the durability and ease of cleaning that commercial quality 304 stainless steel offers. This unit not only has the stainless steel hood, burners, drip tray, flame tamer assembly, and cooking grills that sets the Turbo Elite apart, but also a stainless steel base frame for top-quality through and through.


Which would you choose. The Brinkman is 6-burner infrared cooker, while the turbo is a 3 burner Ceramic briquettes in stainless cooker.

Any idea which to snag?
Or is it more of a toss up?

Thanks all!!

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Which grill to get?

well least are Brinkmann grills good brand?

RE: Which grill to get?


RE: Which grill to get?

Brinkmann is junk, plain and simple.

Between the two you mention, without question the BBQG grill is the one to get.

RE: Which grill to get?

Buy a Weber

RE: Which grill to get?

Buy a napolean

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