A Few Things I Love And Hate About The Weber Genesis S-330 Grill

Published: 27th January 2012
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It has been almost a year since they introduced the Weber Genesis S-330 gas grill and I finally went out and bought one for my porch. Although some folks may think that this gas grill might be a little much for the backyard grill enthusiast, I'm able to honestly point out that this grill offers some thing for everyone. In the following paragraphs you are going to learn what makes this grill a good buy and also something I didn't really care for about this gas grill so be sure to read on.

When you go to look at this barbecue grill close up, you will notice that it seems more sturdy then it does on the internet or in a sales flyer. At first I was surprised at the quality that went into making this grill, and once I had assembled it in my garage, I was pretty amazed by just how sturdy it actually is.

Besides being made of stainless, the S-330 also cooks an amazing meal. The stainless steel grill grates are different from the cast iron ones which are found on the somewhat cheaper Genesis E-330 grill, but they work just as good maybe even better then cast iron, however I'm not really certain that one is really better then the other. Stainless steel grates have their advantages no doubt about that, but I would think that cast iron would be the best way to go because it does absorb heat faster. Probably the best thing about the Genesis S-330 is that it will not rust apart on you, even if you live in a harsh climate like near the ocean where the air is quite corrosive,

The Genesis S-330 has a surprising amount of room to grill on and can handle almost anything you can throw at it. I like the side burner that is included with this grill even though I am not sure how often I would actually use it. I know many people do not really use the side burner, but I like having one just in case I need some extra space. It is not for everyone, but if you think it is something you might use even once and a while, it is a useful feature to have.

One more thing that I really like about the S-330 is the new Sear Station. Basically it is just an extra burner that is supposed to help sear your steaks nicely and I have heard good things about it so I am pretty excited to start using it. While I have not had a chance to play around with this burner yet, I can see how it would be a great way to cook a juicy steak. While I have not used it yet, some of my friends have the same grill and love the way this burner helps them lock in the juices when cooking a steak. I still can't wait to try it out and maybe after I finish writing this article I will see if it really lives up to its name.

While I like this grill and would recommend it to almost anyone, one thing I do not like about it is trying to keep it clean. If you have ever had to keep stainless clean, then you can probably guess why I dislike the stainless steel construction. It's not the end of the world, but stainless is a little annoying to keep clean because it shows smudges and dirt really well. I can live with that though because this grill really rocks.

Other than that I really don't have much of a problem with this grill and would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a sturdy grill for their deck that will last them for a very long time.

For more info on the Genesis s-330 and other gas grills, head on over to http://www.avidgriller.com where you will find the full review plus some additional grilling tips.

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