Hybrid Fire Grills

From: Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet

The stainless-steel Hybrid Fire Grill from Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet gives outdoor cooks the freedom to use any combination of wood, charcoal and gas fires. The key to its tri-fuel capabilities is the Hybrid Fire Grilling Drawer. Located below the cooking surfaces and above the grill’s burners, the drawer can be loaded with splits or chunks of wood or any kind of charcoal. Its perforations discard ash into an oversized cleanout bin below. The gas burners (25,000 BTUs each) start the cooking fire and can be left on for a boost of heat as the charcoal or wood burns down. The H-shaped burners sit farther below the grill grates than other grills, delivering heat more evenly, minimizing flare-ups and preventing cold spots, according to the company. The burners cook at a low-and-slow temperature or crank up to 750°F. When using charcoal or wood, the grill’s temperatures extend all the way up to 1,200°F.

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