The History of Weber - A Tidewater Favorite
In 1952, a guy named George Stephen was making marine buoys at his job working for Weber Brothers Metal Works when he came up with the idea of a dome-shaped grill. At the time, most outdoor grills were pretty much the same…a grill and a grate. The idea of a covered grill was pretty revolutionary! That first grill was called "George's Barbecue Kettle." How successful was it? Seven years later, George bought Weber Brothers, and a new era of barbecuing was born.
New Standards in Outdoor Grilling
While charcoal aficionados continue to recognize the Weber kettle design as the new standard for outdoor grilling, Weber grills have continued to innovate by revolutionizing gas outdoor grilling as well. Using stainless steel construction, developing Flavorizer® bars, and pioneering porcelain-enameled cooking grates, the Weber team has helped millions achieve better and more consistent efforts from the outdoor grilling. The first Genesis® gas grill was unveiled in 1985, followed by the Summit® series and the portable Q® series. Over the years, Weber products have become not just tools for cooking food, but grills that bring people together.
GENESIS II SERIES
Weber Genesis II Grills from Taylor’s Feature:
Weber Spirit grills from Taylor's feature:
Weber Summit grills from Taylor's feature:
Which Weber Q is right for you?
The portable Weber Q Gas grills are available in four sizes. And, they’re also available in myriad colors to match your favorite college team! Show off your colors and your cooking! Weber Q Electric grills also help make things even easier for downtown living! Perfect for an apartment patio, the 1,560-watt Q Electric comes in two different sizes to ensure your dreams of an urban barbecue are no longer just wishful thinking!