Bubba Keg Grill Review
My Bubba Keg inside the screened in deck
If you are interested in buying a Bubba Keg (or Big Steel Keg) then there's a couple of grill reviews that have been sent in buy our readers that will give you some insight into their experiences. Here's the first:-
I just purchased the new Bubba Keg Grill, a Kamado style grill. Unlike it's competitors, it's not a ceramic cooker, it's made with two layers of steel with foam insulation between them.
From what I've seen and read, it is more efficient at retaining heat than the ceramic cookers like the Big Green Egg. When I'm doing a low and slow cook around 225-250 F the outside still feels cool. When cranked up to 700, I can keep my hand on it for about 10 seconds before it gets uncomfortable.
I've written a number of articles on the Bubba Keg and some of my cooking experiences. I've even written about using the trailer hitch adapter to cart it off to a picnic where I cooked some beer can chicken.
Bubba Keg Convection Grill
(Milton , Florida)
The Bubba Keg Smoker And Grill
Drove 140 miles round trip to get my Bubba Keg Convection Grill. They were sold out at my Home Depot so had to go to the closest one that had it. Worth every minute of drive time and gallon of gas.
My buddy has a Big Green Egg and its nice and all that , but he has over 1000.00 invested in it. I've got 299 + tax, 2 hours time and 30.00 gas invested. Seems to be a good trade off. If you can find one, buy it, you won't be sorry.
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Grill Dome Kamado
Kamado Joe Grill
Big Green Egg