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Barrel BBQ Grill

Homeless people have long utilized the fire-handling prowess of the barrel, and now you can use it to cook your food on the Barrel BBQ Grill ($950). Made from an industrial barrel that's been painted royal blue on the outside and a handsome brass color on the inside, it features a two-tiered grill with room for plenty of foodstuffs, a side tray, and the ability to remove the legs for easier storage.

  • Bob Grillson Wood Pellet Grill

    Who would have thought that the secret to great-tasting grilled food was electricity? The Bob Grillson Wood Pellet Grill ($TBA) makes a convincing case, using traditional power to burn up wooden pellets that give your food a signature flavor without the need to build an actual fire. It also sports an oiled bamboo tray for chopping, prepping, and beer-holding, a delightfully modern design, large golf caddy wheels for easy mobility, cast-iron, porcelain enameled grates, an electronic temperature control, and an integrated thermometer. What else would you expect from the only grill that has a first and last name?

  • Slat Grill

    We've seen a lot of portable grills, but perhaps none more simple or versatile than the Slat Grill ($110). Able to fit neatly into an included carrying pouch, the grill is made of hard-anodized aluminum and stainless steel, sets up in just minutes, has no moving parts, and thanks to the open design, lets you use any heat source you'd like. Great for camping, tailgating, or hiding away for post-apocalyptic use.