Small Propane Grill

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Small Propane Grill

Post by jennyferraynor » September 11th, 2022, 8:08 pm

I am moving into an apartment with a tiny balcony (3’x6’). I am only allowed electric or propane. Any recommendations?

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Re: Small Propane Grill

Post by tinspark » September 12th, 2022, 10:52 pm

Depends on if you want a tabletop or a larger one with legs. I had a small tabletop as my first grille in my Bachler days when I lived in an apartment. It used the small bottles, then later graduated to one with a full-size propane bottle and legs after I bought a house which allowed me more freedom. Then moved on to a bigger one yet and added a rotisserie to the next one, Now I am on maybe my 7th or eighth grille and smoker. They all work, just some work better, depending on what you are trying to do.
I still have my first baby propane grille which I stripped out the old burner and parts and throw briquettes in it if I want to go to the lake for small stuff..

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Re: Small Propane Grill

Post by Dirtytires » September 14th, 2022, 10:42 am

Weber makes a good quality product. They have a lot of size options as well, we had one a while back that they called portable and geared to tailgating/picnics. Pretty small but might fit your requirements.

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