’76-’77 Lime 22.5″ captivates

WKC member jolayiv is the second owner of this luscious, lickable  Lime (officially, "Key Lime") 22.5” kettle from 1976-77. He reports that the original owners loved to slow roast turkeys in it, and when you see these photos you’ll agree this is no “turkey,” with gorgeous color everywhere. jolayiv cleaned, polished, protected. Read more >   [...]

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One Touch Platinum transformation

This project by WKC forum member 1ROW epitomizes Weber Kettle Club's Rescue Restore Respect motto. His Dad's best friend was looking for a grill. 1ROW not only put one together for him from disparate parts others might have thrown away, but surprised him with a custom, one-off jaw-dropping design combining elements of classy-looking wood, smart integration of existing [...]

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Weber’s new #GrillofaLifetime set to launch tomorrow!

The speculation and anticipation surrounding the new Weber Summit Smoker has been hot topic in the forums, and finally tomorrow we get to see what all the fuss is about! Here are the Weber teaser photo's released to date: #GrillofaLifetime Grill On!

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Korean BBQ on the Kettle: Beef Bulgogi

Up until recently my only experience tasting Korean BBQ was some pork jerky that they sell at Costco (Warning - highly addictive!) but I had never tasted the real deal pork or beef made fresh on a grill. Thankfully that all changed when Troy kindly introduced me to some Beef Bulgogi cooked up on his 26" Red Aristocrat! ... the rest as [...]

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St. Patty’s Day Contest

Do you have the luck of the Irish? Well, probably not, but if you have some skills on the grill and can cook up some Irish cuisine then you have a chance at some prizes. ShoeStringShop Dan has stepped forward with the idea of a St. Patty’s Day cook off. Prizes include Weber’s Burger Book [...]

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1979: Weber Grill History

1979: Weber Grill History edit The 1979 Weber Charcoal grill is identified by lid vent with the modern embossed or “raised” WEBER logo.  The turn tab on the lid vent is large and now matches the turn tabs on the bowl vents. This is the style of lid vent used today.   Features and Changes in [...]

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1978: Weber Grill History.

1978: Weber Grill History edit       The 1978 Weber Charcoal grill is identified by lid vent with the modern embossed or "raised" WEBER logo.  The turn tab on the lid vent is large and now matches the turn tabs on the bowl vents. This is the style of lid vent used today. The [...]

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KettlePizza Deal! $99

Groupon has a pretty sweet offer on the basic Kettle Pizza kit. It converts your standard Weber kettle into a wood fired pizza oven. Check out this killer pizza that our WKC Pizza Guru, Jason, made last weekend! We'll be reviewing the Kettle Pizza SOON! https://vimeo.com/154460891

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Mixing things up! Having some fun with a retro “Smoke” Master-Touch.

Customizing a Weber kettle can be a rewarding experience as it allows you to tap into your creative side and really personalize the grill to make it your own. The classic design has changed so little over the years that for the most part you can mix and match parts between a vintage kettle and its brand new counterpart with ease. With that in [...]

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Slow’n Sear vs 26″ Weber Kettle

After our Slow'n Sear Review launched last month, there was quite a bit of rumbling in the forums. Barbecuers are questioning how the Slow'n Sear would perform in a 26" Weber or whether there should be a larger version made to accommodate the 26" kettle. While the debate grilled on, I set out to find [...]

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