BeefEater 4-Burner Gas Grill Review

Large shiny stainless steel gas grill with two shelves on the left side, one on the right and small storage racks under the right shelf. Mounted on a double door cart.
4-Burner Gas Grill

This 4-burner features cast stainless steel burners with 18,000 BTU each and a 19,900 BTU side burner. Stainless heat tents and 10mm rod cooking grates. It comes with a 1/4" thick griddle that can be swapped out for one of the grate sections. This is a good looking large BBQ gasser with a double door cart that has side shelves, storage baskets and a built-in towel rack. Seems pricey, but we haven't gotten a good enough look at Beefeater yet to judge.

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price: 
Primary Function: 
Propane Gas
Natural Gas Capable
Primary Capacity: 
620 square inches
Main Burners: 
Additional Burners: 
Made in the USA: 
Heat Flux: 
Heat Flux is the BTU per square inch and is a more useful measure of how much heat a grill delivers than BTU alone.
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BeefEater is an Australian company that has manufactured mid to high end grills and accessories since 1984. They offer freestanding grills and modular components for permanent installations as well as a variety of accessories. BeefEater products are not available at big box outlets in the USA and are sold exclusively through independent hearth and patio stores. They also export to Europe, the Middle East, Asia and New Zealand.

BeefEater's claim to fame is their Australian style shallow firebox that positions the charcoal and gas burners very close to the cooking surface for intense searing. Design is similar to Weber's Genesis and Summit lines with a shallow firebox and high profile hood, but BeefEater's grates are even closer to the heat.

 In addition to tools, rotisseries and accessories, they make a nifty Pizza Oven hood that fits their 4 and 5 burner gas grills.

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