Best Gas Grills Under $200 Review

You might be thinking of not overspending when it comes to your gas grill. There are instances when some buyers simply look for the best gas grills under $200. It simply means that they get to experience the convenience brought by gas grills without stretching their budget. One of the things that you will realize as a consumer is that the smaller your budget is, the harder it is to find the best gas grill that match your expectations.

The good news is that you can have different options in the market today. Here are some interesting gas grills that are priced under $200 that you might be interested in.

Best Gas Grills Under $200 Review

MASTER COOK Propane Grills Classic Smart Space Living 3 Burner LP Gas Grill

Master Cook Classic Smart Space Living Gas Grill offers not only a budget-friendly option but also a high-quality gas grill that offers decent cooking space. This gas grill has 473 square inches of cooking space. The cooking grates found in the cooking space are also porcelain-coated allowing heat to stay.

It is also worth mentioning that this grill made use of 30,000 BTU burner for the cooking space allowing users to cook meat without any problem whatsoever.

This gas grill also made use of Piezo ignition system which has gained a reputation in providing fast and reliable burner startup. This push-button startup makes it suitable especially for those who are new to gas grills. Also, you can expect two foldable side shelves on the Master Cook Classic Smart Space Living Gas Grill. It serves as your table allowing you to prep your food without the need for a separate table from the kitchen.

However, there are some issues that you will have to know. For instance, the Master Cook Classic Smart Space Living Gas Grill made use of thin metal material, which is something expected for its price. Also, the temperature can fluctuate quickly. While it gets high fast, it also drops fast once the grill is open.

Pros

  • Decent cooking space
  • Porcelain-coated cooking grates that retain the heat
  • Piezo ignition system that allows fast and reliable burner startup

Cons:

  • Temperature fluctuates fast
  • Thin material

Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Portable Grill2Go Gas Grill + Case

Char-Broil TRU-Infrared Portable Grill2Go is a great option for those people who are looking for a gas grill that they can bring virtually anywhere. You can have it in your camp and you don’t have to worry about bringing charcoal with you. It is convenient, not to mention compact in design.

Cleaning this grill is also easy given that Char-Broil provides a slotted tool that can be used to scrape clean the grates after use. And also, the construction in itself looks durable. It even includes a case that can help protect the grill if you are moving around. Also, by design, the valve and the bottle are going to be tucked away inside the grill. It means that you can operate it without any mess whatsoever.

Unfortunately, there are complaints regarding this grill. For instance, it gets too hot. You will have to be conscious when you to flip the meat to avoid overcooking.

Pros:

  • Sturdy construction
  • Easy to use
  • Great Design
  • Can be used for camping or for indoors

Cons:

  • Heats up fast and may overcook your food

Char-Broil Classic 405 4-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill

The Char-Broil Classic 4-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill is another great option for those looking for a backyard grill. It offers a decent cooking space measuring 405 square inches including 190 square inches dedicated to the warming rack. This gives users the flexibility to cook meat or opt to go for vegetables, especially if you are a vegetarian.

With 32,000 BTU, you can expect a sufficient amount of heat. It allows you to cook however you want. Also, if you are using the grill outdoors, it has a porcelain-coated steel lid that can prevent the wind from cooling the grates.

When it comes to its burner, you can also expect this grill to last. It makes use of stainless steel inline burners known to last longer and perform better than your typical pancake burners.

In terms of design, you won’t need an extra table with the Char-Broil Classic 405 Propane Gas Grill. It has side shelves that make prepping easy. And once you are done cooking, you won’t have a hard time transporting the grill to your garage thanks to its wheels.

Unfortunately, there is still some room for improvement. For instance, the shelves don’t fold. And also, some of the metal parts give out once the grill starts to heat up.

Pros:

  • Decent amount of cooking space
  • Allows you to cook different types of food
  • The grill can hit a high temperature

Cons:

  • Side shelves don’t fold
  • Some parts give out when the grill is heated

Giantex Propane Tabletop Gas Grill Stainless Steel Two-Burner BBQ, with Foldable Leg, 20000 BTU, Perfect for Camping, Picnics or Any Outdoor Use, 22” x 18” x 15”

The Giantex Propane Tabletop Gas Grill is a perfect option for those users that have limited spaces or those who frequently go on camping. Though it is a portable grill, it offers a total of 20,000 BTUs. It means that it can reach high temperatures.

Unlike other grills, it is also easy to operate the Giantex Tabletop Grill. Two push and a turn and you are ready to start cooking. It even has foldable legs designed specifically for families that don’t have a large space in their countertop. Despite the durable construction, it has a lightweight design. It is even CSA approved.

The main issue though is that you might encounter uneven heating within the surface of the grill. It means that you might want to move the meat around and figure out which part has the highest heat.

Pros:

  • Foldable legs
  • Small and lightweight
  • Can cook meat

Cons:

  • Uneven heat

Conclusion

Gas grills for less than $200 can still give you several interesting options. There are gas grills that you can use for your home and camping activities, while there are also instances when you can get a backyard grill for this amount.

By taking a closer look at the best gas grills under $200, you will be able to figure out which grill fits your needs. Some consumers like a grill that they can keep inside the house while others need a grill that can accommodate at least ten people at the same time. The good news is that you have enough options despite a small budget.

What’s Brewing

Our Founder Fred Kraus has always said, “What really makes our beer better is our use of spunding. Less than fifteen percent of brewers use this natural carbonation process that imparts a smoother taste.”

Our History

ROOTS AND GHOSTS

Four thousand miles away and over twenty-five years ago the seeds of Oak Creek Brewery and Grill were planted in Bavaria, Germany. Our founders, Fred and Rita Kraus, awoke early and often to pursue the knowledge and experience needed for brewing world class beers and cooking excellent food. And they knew they wanted to do it in one of the most beautiful places on earth- Sedona, Arizona.

Fred knows all the winding backroads between his adopted town, Grafenwoehr, and the medieval village of Pottenstein. He drives mostly in darkness, pre-dawn before the brewing day starts or late night after it’s finished. In between, he pays rapt attention to everything his mentor, Herr Josef Wiegaertner has to say, Master brewer and owner of Pottenstein’s small craft brewery, Hufeisen (www.hufeisenbraeu.de), which is German for ‘Horseshoe’ and signifies good luck.

Fred apprenticed for over two years inside a family brewing operation spanning generations, inside a historic plaster and beam building in the village center with brick foundations built in the seventeenth century. The hops are stored down there in the oldest, coldest chambers where, perhaps, a few spirits of brewers past still wander! Maybe occasionally King Gambrinus himself, patron saint of beer brewing. Who knows…?

Fred’s final task was to design and brew his ‘Meistersud’ or Master Batch as his trial by fire. He brewed a Mai Bock (Spring Bock beer) which Josef hailed as a tasty success. The other beers they brewed together on a regular basis were unfiltered Bavarian Wheat (Hefeweizen), traditional Franconian Dark Lager (Fraenkisches Urdunkel), and a traditional south German Gold Lager.

The Gold Lager and Bavarian Wheat can be enjoyed anytime at the Oak Creek Brewery and Grill, brewed with authentic ingredients including the strains of yeast used and barley malts imported from Bamberg, Germany. Our Nut Brown Ale is a close approximation to the Franconian Dark Lager.

FIRST A MICROBREWERY THEN A BREWPUB

When Fred and Rita arrived in Sedona in late 1993, they started the Oak Creek Brewing Co., Arizona’s second licensed Class 3 production craft brewery (www.oakcreekbrew.com). Located in west Sedona in what used to be a lumber warehouse, they turned it into a major production brewery sporting a beer and wine bar on the brewery floor as well as an inviting beer garden. Oak Creek’s products are sold in kegs and bottles by Hensley Distributing Company throughout the state.

TLAQUEPAQUE OR BUST!

Tlaquepaque is Sedona’s premier visitor destination. Its beautiful, authentically re-created structures right on Oak Creek,  housing all manner of local arts, crafts, jewellery, and other shops, were the perfect fit for the Oak Creek Brewery and Grill. Having already seen how Fred and Rita had established such a great reputation for craft beer excellence, Tlaquepaque’s owners offered them their coveted new space for the Oak Creek Brewery and Grill. Partners Tom and Deb Kelly enthusiastically lent their financial support as well as international culinary and business expertise. In August 2001, the Oak Creek Brewery and Grill welcomed its first guests to fresh house brewed craft beers paired with excellent American grill food with a European flair.

OAK CREEK BREWERY AND GRILL

We’re not ‘fancy pants’. Don’t want to be. We want folks to come in, enjoy sitting in front of our burnished copper beer serving tanks right behind the bar, tanks that hold fresh beer brewed directly downstairs day in and day out.Tanks, by the way,and all other equipment totally designed and fabricated by American brewery craftsmen in Wilsonville, Oregon. We want folks to see our open kitchen, the flames, the steam, the wood fire all used to make our charbroiled Certified Angus burgers, beer battered fish and chips, hand tossed wood fired pizzas. Not only do we have nothing to hide, we have everything to show! Lots of the credit goes to our chef, Benny Hansen. Benny trained with Marriott Hotels where he learned to run a professional kitchen right. The end result is what we have all come to expect from Benny and his team: GOOD FOOD AND PLENTY OF IT.

Our beers may speak for themselves but we want you to know just what’s behind these award winning quaffs. Fred Kraus designed and  oversaw installation of our brewery and brewed the first beers. He didn’t work alone. Partner Carl Adam had already retired to Sedona after running all U.S brewing operations for Anheuser-Busch, Inc. out of St Louis. Carl was instrumental in making sure that our beers were always ‘up to snuff’ as he often put it. The Oak Creek Brewery and Grill reminded Carl of the small craft breweries where he’d worked in his early years, both in Germany and America, after having received his diploma from the ultra-prestigious Weihenstephan Brewing University in Freising, Bavaria. Carl’s absolute love of beer made him our greatest beer advocate and harshest critic. The highest compliment Carl would pay in his deadpan, serious voice was always, ‘Now that’s a good glass of beer. Good drinkability!’ High praise from our resident brewmaster emeritus! GREAT BEER AND YOU’LL WANT ANOTHER.

Mixology 101… James Werner shakes a martini better than anybody. James and his team deliver a vibrant yet low key experience. He specializes in recommending new, interesting mixology experiences as well as great old stand-by’s whether it’s a Manhattan or an Old-Fashioned. You can try to stump James with a new concoction but like as not he’s the one who will deliver what you want WITH A TWIST!

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Happy Hour Monday Through Friday, 3 to 5PM Featuring $5 Beers, House Margaritas, House Wines and $2 Off All Appetizers

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