Broil King vs. Weber Gas Grill Comparison
18 Jul, 2015
Gas grills are popular among first-time and seasoned grillers for their convenience and variety of features. To find out which gas grill is right for your family, keep reading as we compare the Broil King 30,000 BTU Monarch™ Gas Grill and the Weber 38,000 BTU Genesis® S-330™ Natural Gas Grill!
- Stainless steel Dual-Tube™ burner system – This grill features three stainless steel 30,000 BTU-per hour input burners, designed to ensure a consistent flame from front to back for even and efficient heat distribution.
- Large cooking surface – Enjoy plenty of space for all your grilling needs with a total of 500 square inches including a 330-square-inch primary cooking surface and a porcelain-coated warming rack.
- Heavy-duty cast iron cooking grids – Reversible cast iron cooking grids offer perfect grill marks with the pointed side and nonstop basting with a grooved side.
- Flav-R-Wave™ cooking system – You’ll love the superior heat distribution with the stainless steel Flav-R-Wave™ cooking system that also protects the burner and vaporizes drippings for great barbecue flavor.
- Linear-Flow™ valves – Set your grill to the perfect temperature for searing, roasting or slow cooking with Linear-Flow™ valves.
- Sure-Lite™ electronic ignition system – Start your barbecue at the touch of a button.
- Three stainless steel burners – The Weber grill features a 38,000 BTU-per hour input main burner with a 12,000 BTU side burner and 10,000 BTU Sear Station® burner.
- Generous cooking area – Enjoy 637 square inches in total cooking area, including a 507-square-inch primary cooking area and a 130-square-inch warming rack.
- Two stainless steel work surfaces – Flanking both sides of the grill, two work spaces save time as you prep your food and plate your entrées right there. They also feature six integrated tool hooks.
- Flavorizer® bars – Get the perfect flavor without the flare-ups with Weber’s porcelain-enameled Flavorizer® bars.
- Stainless steel shroud with a center-mounted thermometer – The stainless steel lid contains a center-mounted thermometer that accurately reads the inside of the grill for pre-heating and cooking.
- Heavy-duty stainless steel rod cooking grates – The 7-mm cooking grates are built to retain heat and create perfect sear marks.
Which gas grill is your favorite: Broil King or Weber? Share in the comments below! For another gas grill comparison, check out our Char-Broil vs. Weber Gas Grill comparison.