Perhaps money is no object for you, or maybe you just like to dream. Either way, this list of some of the world’s most expensive barbecue grills could leave you drooling.
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1. Komodo Kamado Big Bad 32-inch Grill – $6,100.00
At $6,100, this is the least expensive grill on our list, but it is quite possibly the prettiest. Komodo’s Kamado-style grill is designed “for those who need to cook for large groups yet still be user-friendly for everyday cooks.” With over 12-square-feet – yes, feet! – of total grilling surface, there’s plenty of room on all four grilling levels. While it’s a pretty straightforward grill without a lot of the bells and whistles you’ll see in other grills on this list, we agree with the Big Bad’s boast that this grill “represents the pinnacle of what’s possible in a charcoal grill.”
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2. Lynx Professional 42-Inch All Infrared Trident Natural Gas Grill With Rotisserie – $6,589.00
The folks over at BBQGuys.com refer to this grill as “the ultimate outdoor grilling machine” and we can’t argue. Retailing for $6,589, it’s made of high-grade 304 stainless steel with a seamless weld that eliminates areas where grease and moisture can collect. The patented design also deflects wind, which means you get stable surface temperatures, even in windy conditions. What really makes this grill dreamy are the three 23,000 BTU Lynx Trident adjustable infrared burners.
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3. Viking Professional 42-Inch Freestanding Grill With ProSear Burner And Rotisserie – around $6,800.00
Just about any avid outdoor cook looking for a gas grill would love this product. It’s made with high-grade 304 stainless steel with a heavy-duty weld that helps to eliminate gaps where grease and moisture can collect. It comes with an adjustable 3,000 BTU 2 infrared burner that helps you achieve perfect sear. The grill’s two 23,000 BTU cast-brass burners provide outstanding heat retention, so lifting the hood to check your food won’t mean a lot of heat loss. It also provides plenty of cooking surface, with 855 square inches, plus an additional 345 square inches of warming rack space.
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4. Alfresco ALXE 42-Inch Freestanding Propane Gas Grill With Rotisserie – $6,999.00
The Alfresco comes with three blended titanium-and-stainless-steel burners that pump out 82,500 BTUs of heat beneath 770 square inches of grill space.
The grill’s rotisserie system comes with an 18,500 BTU rear ceramic infrared burner and a spit motor that is so quiet you may not think it’s on. (Trying to figure out if your should choose charcoal or gas? Read this.)
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5. Crown Verity TG-4 69″ Tailgate Grill with Beverage Compartments and Sink – $13,675.50
This towable grill makes us want to tailgate every weekend for the rest of our lives! It comes with a pre-installed 48-inch stainless steel grill that puts out 99,000 BTUs of heat from its 6-burner heating system. You’ll have to request a quote if you choose to buy this product through the Crown Verity website, but it’s available for $13,765.50 at online retailers
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6. Kalamazoo K750 HS Hybrid Fire Freestanding Grill – $22,495.00
If versatility is a must for you, this 38-inch Kalamazoo grill has you covered. The K750 HS Hybrid allows you to cook with gas, charcoal and wood individually or in any combination of the three that fits your cooking needs. Need low-and-slow for a few briskets? No problem. Want to sear some perfect steaks? You’ll get seemingly impossible heat output of more than 1,000 degrees with this grill.
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7. The Gold-Plated Beefeater – $165,000
If price is literally no object, you may want to see if Australian grill manufacturer Beefeater will recreate this one-off gold-plated masterpiece for you. According to Luxedb Luxury Magazine, the grill was created for the Sydney Home Show back in 2008 for an estimated cost of $60,000. Gold has gone up in price since then and the last estimate put the cost of the grill at closer to $165,000. If you have the money, it’s a sure-fire way to make an impression at your next barbecue.
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