Weber Grills

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Weber Grills

Weber Grills

Offset Smoking on the Weber Kettle works like a charm. Offset Smoking keep burning down, it allows a slower cook. BBQ Pit Boys have produced the Best BBQ Video’s ever on a Weber Smoker. Get a Weber Smoky Mountain or a Weber Kettle and start cooking that good old style BBQ now! Its good its easy to do and BBQSuperStars Cooking Channel will show you the way.


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Jamie Purviance came on BBQSuperStars to talk Weber’s Big Book of Burgers!

Which one of these Webers do you want? 

Get the one touch series if you have very little storage space and you need to set up and break down very quickly.

Get the Smoky Mountain series if you have a lot of meat to cook and storage is not a problem although its not hard to store.

Get the Ranch Kettle if you have to cook a lot every day for many people.

One Touch Series


Check out these Weber Grill Hinges, tired of having to set the lid somewhere? Put a hinge on it and never worry about that again. They have a quick release pin in the middle in case you do want to release the hinge. We have hinges for 18 inch and 22 inch models.




 




Smoky Mountain Series


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Weber Ranch Kettle

1952

Born from a buoy.

In 1952 George Stephen Sr. was working at Weber Brothers Metal Works in Chicago, Illinois, manufacturing marine buoys when he came up with an idea for a better grill. His invention: a dome-shaped grill with a lid to protect food from the elements, while sealing in that only-from-the-grill barbecue flavor.

George Stephen cut a buoy in half, added some air vents and legs and, in the process, invented the grill that would spark a backyard revolution.

Original Grill

George Stephen, Sr.The man behind the kettle, George Stephen. Grill master, inventor, and father of 12. His love of barbecue was almost as big as his love of life.

Weber Stories

The Birth of American Grilling

After World War II, our heroes of the free world came home asking very little in return for their bravery: a bungalow with a small backyard… more

George’s idea of “covered cooking” caught on like wildfire.

It caught people’s attention with its unusual shape.

And it became part of the American fabric.

Milestones

1952 Weber Kettle created
1956 George redesigns the kettle to look more like today’s iconic shape
1959 Weber Brothers Metal Works acquired by George Stephen

Weber’s First AdTopper, the Weber “covered cooking” mascot from the early days.

Logos

1954

1956

You can never go wrong with a Weber Grills. Weber Grills has been featured on BBQ Pitboys of 500 cooking video’s. You can do offset cooking, direct grilling, backing, brazing, any kind of cooking there is can be done on a Weber Grills.

Weber has found its way onto the BBQ Competition Circuit also. Weber has won its share of Grand Championships in the past and I’m sure it will win a few more.

Weber has a small grill called The Smoky Joe7431B

 

The Smoky Joe is 14 inches across but is a great individual to cook for yourself and a couple friends. You would be surprise at how effective it is. The larger Weber Grills are great also, Weber has come out with a top of the line Gas Grills now. Weber has it all from Competition to BacyYard.

The Weber Smoky Mountain was quite a winner for Weber when they came out. It created a cooking chamber much like your over and very effective in maintaining a good temperature. B001I8ZTJ0-inside

 

Once Weber came out with the Smoky Mountian it changed BBQ forever. For a few hundred dollars any BBQ Cook could get a hold of a top knotch BBQ Cooker to create those dishes that no one could resist.

Weber is as American as Apple Pie. Its a sign of true American Ingenuity. How did a buoy maker come up with this.

The Weber-Stephen Products LLC is a privately held American manufacturer of charcoaland gas grillsgrilling accessories and other outdoor room products, primarily under the Weber name. In 2004, Weber-Stephen acquired competitor Ducane, which markets high-end gas grills.[1] It also operates four restaurants located in Illinois and Indianapolis, and publishes grilling-related recipe and cook books. The company was family owned, but sold a majority stake to BDT Capital Partners in 2010.[2]

Weber-Stephen sells its products in 30 countries throughout the world (AustraliaAustria,BelgiumCanadaCroatiaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkFinlandFranceGermany,GreeceHungaryIndiaItalyMexicoNetherlandsNorwayPolandPortugalRussia,Slovak RepublicSloveniaSouth AfricaSpainSwedenSwitzerlandTurkeyUnited KingdomUnited States[3]

Weber-Stephens was incorporated on May 8, 1893 as Weber Bros. Metal Works.[4]

Replica of the original 1951 Weber kettle grill

The original round kettle grill was built by George Stephen Sr., a part-owner of a sheet metal shop inChicago who sought to improve on the brazier he had been using to cook with at home.[5] The grill was produced using two sheet metal half-spheres normally used as parts of buoys built in his shop. George’s neighbors called it ‘Sputnik‘.[6] Shortly thereafter he began selling the invention, which he called ‘George’s Barbecue Kettle’, for which there was considerable demand.[7]

Because the grill became so successful after he began selling it in 1952, Stephen formed the barbecue division of the Weber Brothers factory. In the late 1950s, Stephen bought out the Weber Brothers factory and became the sole owner, devoting all his professional time to manufacturing and selling the Weber kettle. Soon thereafter, Stephen changed the company’s name to Weber-Stephen Products Co.[8]

 
Weber Grill Restaurant inChicago, Illinois
 
Weber Grill Restaurant inSchaumburg, Illinois

In March 2004, Weber-Stephen acquired competitor Ducane, moving the company into high-end propane and natural gas grills.[1] At the time, Weber stated that it would continue to manufacture Ducane gas barbecue grills at the Barnwell, South Carolina facility. However, Weber outsourced production of Ducane models to China, along with itseponymous grills.

Current operations[edit source | editbeta]

Restaurants[edit source | editbeta]

In 1989, the company opened the first Weber Grill Restaurant in Wheeling, Illinois. Later, three more locations were built in Lombard, Illinois (1999), downtown Chicago (2002), and Schaumburg, Illinois (2005). Another Weber Grill Restaurant opened in Indianapolis in July 2007.[9]

The meats and other items at the restaurant are cooked with charcoal on custom-made stainless steel Weber grills. The kitchens are oriented in an open format so that customers can see meals being prepared.[10] The menus feature steaks, hamburgers and regional barbecue, along with grill-fired pizzas.[11]

Ducane[edit source | editbeta]

Ducane markets gas grills through big box home improvement and specialty outdoor product stores. In 2007, Ducane introduced the Affinity Series, which was part of the largest launch in Weber-Stephen’s history.[12]

Ducane history[edit source | editbeta]

The Ducane Products company started out as Ducane Brothers Metal Fabricating in 1946. It moved three years later to Little Ferry, New Jersey, where made warm air furnaces. In 1968, the name was changed to the Ducane Company and moved the base of operations to Barnwell, SC. In 1975, they started making Ducane Gas Grills.[13] However, Ducane filed for bankruptcy in 2003 and was acquired by Weber Stephens in 2004 for $13.6 million.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 











 

 

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Publications[edit source | editbeta]

  • Weber’s Art of the Grill: Recipes for Outdoor LivingJamie Purviance and Tim Turner, ISBN 978-0-8118-2419-4, 1999.
  • Weber’s Big Book of Grilling, Jamie Purviance, Sandra S. McRae, and Tim Turner, ISBN 978-0-8118-3197-0, 2001.
  • Weber’s Art of the Grill Deck: Recipes for Outdoor Living (cards), Jamie Purviance and Tim Turner, ISBN 978-0-8118-3336-3, 2002
  • Weber’s Real Grilling, Jamie Purviance, Mike Kempster, and Tim Turner, ISBN 978-0-376-02046-8, 2005.
  • Weber’s Charcoal Grilling: The Art of Cooking With Live Fire, Jamie Purviance and Tim Turner, ISBN 978-0-376-02047-5, 2007.
  • Weber’s Way to Grill: The Step-by-Step Guide to Expert Grilling, Jamie Purviance, ISBN 978-0-376-02059-8, 2009.
  • Weber’s Complete Barbecue Book: Step-by-step Advice and Over 150 Delicious Barbecue Recipes, Jamie Purviance, ISBN 978-0600621119, 2010.
  • Weber’s On the Grill: Chicken & Sides: Over 100 Fresh, Great Tasting Recipes, Jamie Purviance, ISBN 978-0376020352, 2010.
  • Weber’s On the Grill: Steak & Sides: Over 100 Fresh, Great Tasting Recipes, Jamie Purviance, ISBN 978-0376020338, 2010.
  • Weber’s Time to Grill: Get In. Get Out. Get Grilling., Jamie Purviance, ISBN 978-0376020604, 2011.
  • Weber’s Smoke: A Guide to Smoke Cooking for Everyone and Any Grill, Jamie Purviance, ISBN 978-0376020673, 2012.
  • Weber’s Barbecue Anytime: Over 190 Inspirational Recipes to Help You Get the Most Out of Your Barbecue, Jamie Purviance,ISBN 978-0600624134, 2012.
  • Weber’s New Real Grilling: The ultimate cookbook for every backyard griller, Jamie Purviance, ISBN 978-0376027986, 2013.

References[edit source | editbeta]

  1. a b Weber-Stephen Products Co. Acquires Ducane(R) Gas Grills. Accessed June 15, 2013
  2. ^ Weber-Stephen Products LLC Acquires Ducane Gas Grills, Inc. Accessed June 15, 2013
  3. ^ Weber-Stephen Products Co. – Overview Accessed 2007-07-02
  4. ^ Corporate Fact Sheet Accessed June 15, 2013
  5. ^ “Keepers of the Flame”. Saveur (117): 68. 2009.
  6. ^ “Weber – A food love story”. Archived from the original on 2007-09-28. Retrieved 2007-07-02.
  7. ^ “Weber Newsroom – Company History”. Archived from the original on 2007-06-08. Retrieved 2007-07-02.
  8. ^ “George Stephen, Company Founder and Inventor of the Weber Kettle Grill”. Archived from the original on 2007-06-23. Retrieved 2007-07-02.
  9. ^ “Weber-Stephen Product Co. Corporate Fact Sheet”. Archived from the original on 2007-11-07. Retrieved 2008-03-31.
  10. ^ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Accessed June 15, 2013
  11. ^ Weber Grill Restaurant Menu Accessed June 15, 2013
  12. ^ Weber-Stephen Products Co. Introduces Its New 2007 Ducane Gas Grill Line Up March 12, 2007. Accessed June 15, 2013
  13. ^ Ducane Gas Barbeque Grill Parts and BBQ Manufacturing History Accessed June 15, 2013

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