Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill

Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill

The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill includes a spacious attached work area known as the work table. This offers an area to prepare food prior to grilling. Whether you’re grilling seafood, vegetables, poultry or meat, the Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill is perfect. The attached work space is perfect for preparation or a place to put your food prior to grilling.

The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill has a weather-protected charcoal storage container, located at the side of the work space, also has a wire bottom shelf along with three tool hooks.

Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill

The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill features the quick lighting Touch-N-Go gas ignition system. This system makes “lighting” or igniting the charcoal briquets in the Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill with just the simple push of a button. With amazing organizational features, the Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill, enables you to keep focused on grilling your food because of many of this charcoal grills convenience features.

Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill Features

The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill is built to last. Look at how this charcoal grill is constructed:

  • a heavy-duty steel cart frame
  • a heavy-duty plated-steel hinged cooking grate
  • a no rust aluminum vent
  • a glass-reinforced nylon handle
  • two crackproof all-weather wheels
  • two locking casters
  • One-Touch cleaning system
  • a removable black aluminum ash catcher allows for easy clean-up

The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill has a total cooking are of 363 square-inches with a conveniently mounted a lid-mounted thermometer and 2 charcoal fuel holders. By the way cleanup of the Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill is a breeze.

Look What Others Say About The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill

This Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal grill is available in black, green, and dark blue. Look at what other grilling enthusiasts are saying about this Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill:

“What really sold me was the propane ignition and the cart. Having this much workspace outside is invaluable…”

“The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill, however, uses the little, easy to find propane tanks (hardware stores, your local drugstore’s seasonal merchandise section) to blast the coals with propane-powered fire in 10 minutes. The coals are ashen-grey and ready to go. The grill gets over 600+ degrees F so you can really get a solid sear on whatever you’re cooking.”

“The whole setup is solid and well thought out. The one touch lighting system works like a breeze and the cook-top / prep area is a huge benefit, as is the tilt-out charcoal holder.”

“Another really nice feature (of the Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill) is the integrated charcoal storage bin. It’s not airtight sealed, but since it tilts back and forth on a bottom hinge beneath the table surface, it’ll keep your charcoal reasonably dry and safe. The table is very generous, as well. The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill has an attached side tray that has enough room for platters of food, cooking utensils, spices, etc… The wheels and casters are smooth and allow the grill to be moved, easily and without much effort at all.”

Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill Warranty

The Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill offers 10 year and 2 year warranties. The 10 year warranty covers the following; Stainless Steel One-Touch™ Cleaning System (One-Touch® Platinum), the bowl and lid against rust / burn-through, the nylon handles, and the Thermoplastic/Thermoset Parts(One-Touch® Platinum). The 2 year warranty covers the Cooking and/or Charcoal grates and all the remaining parts of the Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill.

So whether you’re looking to cookout entertaining friends and family or just grill something quick for yourself. From grilling teriyaki glazed salmon or a good ole American cheeseburger the Weber Performer 22.5 Charcoal Grill is the right choice.

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Charcoal and Gas Grills

Charcoal and gas grills, otherwise known as barbecue grills, when I was growing up were typically an outdoor charcoal grill or a portable grill called the Hibachi grill. I remember my Dad grilling steaks nearly every Sunday afternoon. When we were on the back patio, Dad would fill the grill with Kingsford charcoal and lighter fluid. We would watch the flames start off from the match that was dropped in the grill on the charcoal and swirl its way around the pile of coals till they were flaming. Once the charcoals were gray and hot, Dad would come out with a plate of steaks and place them on the grill. If we were at the beach Dad would perform the same ritual using the Hibachi grill. We would listen to the ocean waves crash on the Maine beach as we watched Dad grill the family’s steaks.

Today my children have seen me use several different types of grills. Charcoal and gas grills are quite common around our house. We have a charcoal grill, and a gas grill, and an electric grill and a Smoker grill. Plain and simple, grilling is no longer a Sunday afternoon ritual. Grilling in our house is just about an everyday occurrence. Within a split second everyone will agree on “cooking out” on the grill for lunch and dinner, daily! Grilling isn’t just limited to the outside either. We have one of the George Foreman grills, an electric grill, that’s great for grilling indoors too.

Let’s take a look at grilling benefits of charcoal and gas grills. Both of these types of grills are for outdoor grilling. While gas grills give you the convenience of easy lighting and being ready for barbecue in 0-6 seconds (just turn on the gas and press the igniter) charcoal grills seem to be worth the 20-25 minute wait. If you like this type of convenience check out more about the best outdoor gas grills

Although you will read that there are independent tests saying there is no difference between the taste of food cooked on a charcoal grill over a gas grill, I haven’t met anyone who has yet to agree with that test. What we all do agree upon is that a gas grill is quicker to get your barbecue going with and does do a great job. We also agree there is more flavor with charcoal. Now you see why we have so many grills.

Now the ultimate in gas grill convenience is the natural gas gas grill. A natural gas grill gets its gas right from the natural gas that comes from your house so there is never a need to refill a tank like with a propane gas grill. However, and I don’t know about the “independent studies”, most people I’ve talked with that have a natural gas grill that had a propane gas grill say they experience weaker heat disbursement and that the fire just doesn’t seem as hot. Personally I can’t comment.

So if you are looking to buy a grill, let me encourage you to not make a choice over a charcoal grill or a gas grill, but rather decide which one you want first. Realize you can’t go wrong with either purchase, although you do want to do your research. Which are the best charcoal grills and the best gas grills for you and your family? Check out our Grill Reviews. These will help you chose the grill or grills that are right for you at the best price. Remember you can never go wrong with charcoal or gas grills.