Introduction to Post Grills
Reminiscent in styling of compact public park grills, post grills feature a sleek and streamlined design, ideal for compact spaces. These small but mighty grills deliver top-quality performance, with many of the modern functionalities of larger models. Subtle in appearance and suited to coordinate with nearly any outdoor aesthetic, these grills can cook a myriad of foods at a wide range of temperatures, making them a great addition to many commercial and residential spaces. With propane, natural gas, charcoal, smoker, and electric fuel types available as well as grills crafted from porcelain, stainless steel, and other premium materials, it’s easy to find a post grill that matches the grilling needs of your space and personal stylistic inclinations. PatioLiving carries these style grills from brands including PGS Grills and AOG Grills.
Benefits of Post Grills
These styles feature contemporary aesthetics and sleek, compact design. Their temperature controls are generally situated on the front-facing side of the grill to maximize the grilling area. As a merit of their small size, these small grills heat quickly and efficiently, with some heating to temperatures exceeding 725 degrees for premium pressure cooking. They also consume less energy than larger models, and are a green choice for any energy conscious customer. Modern models carry features such as digital temperature control and thermometer probes, as well as safety features including cool-touch handles and vent hoods. Some models come equipped with small, sturdy bases, while others are designed specifically for mounting on pre existing posts. Other models feature wheeled bases, making them easy to move around patios or decks to accommodate the outdoor arrangement for any occasion. The small bases of these grills also make them suitable for use in terrains or environments where a larger grill might be unbalanced or unable to fit. Post grills are durable and suited for outdoor use year round when protected with a grill cover when not in use.
Cooking with Post Grills
Post versions of grills are suitable for cooking most foods, including steak, chicken, turkey, vegetables, and burgers. They are ideal for cooking for one to four people, or in settings that will not accommodate a larger grill. These models heat quickly, making them well-suited for commercial and public spaces where efficiency in grilling will be valued. Post grills often feature attached side surfaces, offering additional space to season or prepare food, and hoods for pressurized cooking. Some models feature rotisseries and back burners, making for even more cooking capabilities while still offering the compact sizing of a post grill.
For more information about grills, read PatioLiving's Grills Buying Guide for information about grill types, power, features and safety.