Bayou Classic Fold and Go Portable Charcoal Grill Review

Bayou Classic Fold and Go Portable Charcoal Grill

Bayou Classic

Bayou Classic is known for their Ceramic Cypress Grill. They also offer Grills, Fryers, Accessories, Coal, Cookware, Homebrew Equipment and more.

Their parent company, Barbour International, provides a variety of services: Logistics, Inventory Management, Product Development, Sourcing, Order Fulfillment, Invoicing, they even help with Patent Applications and Protection. Their motto is: "If you have an idea, we can do the rest!"

Fold and Go Portable Charcoal Grill

Bayou Classic's Fold and Go Portable Charcoal Grill is easy to carry, folding up into a compact attaché case size that weighs less than 7 pounds. Unfortunately the lightness is achieved by using thin flimsy construction. If you don't mind schlepping around something a little bigger and heavier you can do way better. Even a nice little grill like Weber's Smokey Joe costs less. Use our Equipment Search to find alternatives.

Price: 
$55
Primary Function: 
Grill
Tailgater
Fuel: 
Charcoal
Primary Capacity: 
198 square inches
Made in the USA: 
No
Review Method:

Researched it from Afar

We have researched this product from afar by gathering info from the manufacturer, owners, and other reliable sources, with our BS meters on high.

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