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KettlePizza Basic Kit for 18.5-Inch and 22.5-Inch Kettle Grills

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  • Transforms 18.5" or 22.5" kettle grills into a pizza oven
  • Heat remains stable because lid does not need to be removed to access food
  • Made of 20 gauge, 304 grade stainless steel. Made in USA
  • Kit includes stainless sleeve, handles, thermometer and aluminum pan
  • Works with charcoal or hardwood
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KettlePizza Basic Kit for 18.5-Inch and 22.5-Inch Kettle Grills + Kitchen Supply 14-Inch x 16-Inch Aluminum Pizza Peel with Wood Handle + Pizza on the Grill: 100+ Feisty Fire-Roasted Recipes for Pizza & More
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.5 x 22.5 x 7 inches ; 8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B005SFJLOI
  • Item model number: KPB-22
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,743 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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KettlePizza
KettlePizza Basic Pizza Oven Kit for 18.5-Inch and 22.5-Inch Kettle Grills
Made in U.S.A
KettlePizza
Turn your charcoal grill into a pizza oven. View larger

KettlePizza - How it Works
KettlePizza maintains constant, high heat. View larger

KettlePizza
Stainless steel sleeve fits 18.5" - 22.5" charcoal grills. View larger

Turn your charcoal grill into a wood-fired pizza oven with a KettlePizza Pizza Oven Kit. KettlePizza works with all kettle grills including Weber and others. The basic KettlePizza kit includes a laser machined stainless steel riser sleeve, a high-temp thermometer, wood handles with stainless hardware and a 14 inch pro pizza pan. Deluxe versions include a hand-made, USA-manufactured baking stone and your choice of wood or aluminum pizza peel. Users can assemble and install the riser sleeve in minutes. The sleeve creates a cooking chamber that doesn't need to be opened to access the food. The temperature remains steady yielding superior pizza. You can use hardwood to achieve a great smokey flavor too.

KettlePizza
There's no need for a door; works just like a pizza oven. View larger

KettlePizza
Make delicious custom pizzas on your charcoal grill

Some basic assembly is required (no tools needed). The product is proudly Made in USA and has patents pending. Note: buyers must first have a kettle grill such as a Weber One Touch 22.5 Inch Gold or Silver.

How KettlePizza Works

Everyone wants to cook pizza on their grill. Traditional grills, however, are not suited for cooking pizza. Pizza needs high heat and constant temperature to cook properly. This is difficult to achieve in a regular grill because the constant opening/closing of the grill top leads to massive variations in cooking temperature. The common result is a well-done bottom and under-cooked toppings.

KettlePizza solved this problem by designing a stainless steel sleeve that fits between the kettle grill bottom and top creating a cooking chamber. There is an opening in the front that allows access to the chamber. The heat comes up from the back of the kettle, along the rear of the cooking chamber and over the top exiting the front opening. This creates a consistent heat loss that forces heat over the top of the pizza ensuring a properly cooked top. A door is not necessary and the product can maintain consistent temperatures upwards of 750 degrees F with a base of charcoal and hard wood.

Achieve Temperatures up to 900 Degress with No Door Needed

The KettlePizza, during testing, has achieved temperatures of up to 900 degrees using a mixture of charcoal and hardwood. These tests were done with thermocouples set up inside the dome and at the opening of the pizza oven. Stone temperatures above 650 degrees F. are common as well.

Wondering why there is no door? With KettlePizza, there is no reason for one--after all, most traditional pizza ovens do not have doors. The goal is for consistent heat loss that flows over the top of the pizza as it exits the opening. The result is a steady, high cooking temperature that still gives you full access to what's cooking.

Cook More Than Just Pizza

The KettlePizza is not just for pizza. Using pizza pans and skillets, almost any food can be cooked. If you purchase an extra grill grate, they can be added to the top standoffs, creating a "double stack". This will double the cooking surface of your traditional kettle grill.

Choose the KettlePizza Pizza Oven Kit that's Right for You
Basic Kit Deluxe Kit Deluxe USA Kit
Kettle Pizza Basic Kit Kettle Pizza Deluxe Kit Kettle Pizza Delux USA Kit
1x 304 Stainless steel pizza oven sleeve for 22.5" kettles
2x Wood handles with stainless steel standoffs
1x Hi-temp thermometer
1x 14" Aluminum pizza pan
Stainless steel hardware
1x 304 Stainless steel pizza oven sleeve for 18.5" and 22.5" kettles
2x Wood handles with stainless steel standoffs
1x Hi-temp thermometer
1x 14" pizza pan
Stainless steel hardware
1x 15" Hand crafted Cordeirite pizza stone
1x Wooden pizza peel
1x 304 Stainless steel pizza oven sleeve for 18.5" and 22.5" kettles
2x Wood handles with stainless steel standoffs
1x Hi-temp thermometer
1x 14" pizza pan
Stainless steel hardware
1x 15" Hand crafted Cordeirite pizza stone
1x Aluminum pro pizza peel with hanging S clip

Grill not included

KettlePizza is a registered trademark of KettlePizza LLC
Weber is a registered trademark of Weber-Stephen Products LLC
KettlePizza is not affiliated with Weber-Stephen Products LLC

Patents Pending

Product Description

The KettlePizza Basic is a pizza oven conversion kit for 18.5 and 22.5 inch charcoal kettle grills. This product installs on top of your kettle grill transforming it into a charcoal or wood burning pizza oven.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

We love the pizza that comes from the KettlePizza attachment for our Weber kettle grill!
LOUIS SAAD III
If you love to make pizzas and dont want to spend big bucks on a hand build wood fired pizza oven you have to get this...its worth every penny!!
George Allaria
It is the closest thing you can get to making wood fired brick oven pizza, without the brick oven.
David S. Saunders

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

63 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Renee Spindle on September 13, 2011
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The kids got this for me for my birthday, and am I glad they did. I have cooked pizza on my Weber before,but I was always a little disappointed with the results. I have had this device for two weeks, and we have used it every Friday night since we got it. I was a little worried that I would not get the advertised temps, but it was no problem.

I use one full Weber chimney starter of ordinary Kingsford Briquets, (my preferred, their cheap)arranged in a semi-circle around the back of the grill, then I add about 6-8 fist size chunks of either applewood or hickory. It takes about 10 minutes for the temp to max out both of the thermometers. I have a 14" pizza stone that I got from a local big box store, (again, it was cheap and it works), and I put that in the oven to warm up with the grill.

We make the dough from scratch using Fleischmans Pizza Crust yeast. You don't have to wait for the dough to rise, and it makes a bomb crust. We roll the dough out on a wood pizza peel, using plenty of corn meal to keep it from sticking. Then each of the kids will add what they want for toppings and it goes in the oven. Total prep time for the pizzas is about 15 minutes, and once it goes it the oven it take about 4-6 minutes to cook. Golden brown crust, hot melted toppings, YUMMM!

The grill stays hot enough to cook about 3-4 pizzas before adding more fuel. I never have added more charcoal, we just add more chunks of wood when the temps drop below 700, and the temp comes right back up. The first time we used it we cooked 7 pizzas, which around here was just about enough.

There was a note in the box that said if you posted a video of the oven in use on youtube, they would send you a free gift.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By David S. Saunders on May 18, 2012
I received the Kettle pizza basic kit as a birthday present as I had been admiring it for quite a while. It is the closest thing you can get to making wood fired brick oven pizza, without the brick oven. It does require a bit of a learning curve, as I discovered from some small non product related difficulties, which I will explain. I found in using it the first time, that my pizza stone I had gotten as a gift years ago was insufficient, and too thin, and translated too much heat to the surface of the dough, burning the bottom of the pizza before the top was cooked. Invest in a good, more expensive pizza stone, as big as possible, 16 to 16.5 inches, as the opening of the front of the pizza kettle attachment is approx. 17 inches. Position it in the middle but a little more toward the front, leaving more indirect heat space between the fire and your stone. You must close the top vent on the kettle lid while cooking the pizza, as this will channel the air from the fire over the top of the pizza which is essential to cook and brown the top of the pizza. I also found out that it is best to make the pizza as quickly as possible on the wooden peel, so the dough does not have time to stick to it, and a wooden peel is necessary with corn meal in order to have the pizza safely depart the peel to stone neatly and efficiently. The wooden peel provides natural texture with the corn meal, preventing sticking of the pizza to the peel, and sliding off neatly onto the stone. The pizza peel likes to stick to the metal peel if used with the raw dough, making it exceedingly difficult to shake the pizza off.Read more ›
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Michael T. Kraus on September 3, 2011
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I'd give this 6 stars if I could. I've had this thing for a couple of months now, and it is awesome. I use it in conjunction with a pizza stone, and am making some of the best pizza I've ever made. I've been using Cowboy charcoal, which seems to burn at a higher temperature than the Kingsford briquettes. I'd recommend getting that type of charcoal or something similar. After heating the charcoal in the chimney, I spread it around the back of the oven. Then I throw in some more charcoal as well as blocks of wood. In about 2-3 minutes the wood goes up and the grill is ready. I've discovered that the best thing to do is prepare the pizza on a pan with a lot of cornmeal. Put it in for a couple of minutes (on top of the pizza stone) until it looks like the crust has firmed a little. Then I take the pizza out, remove it from the pan, and put it directly onto the stone for a little longer, turning it periodically.

The only minor quibble I have is that the supplied thermometer stops around 700 degrees. I am getting heats well in excess of that, probably around 900+, although I don't know because the needle goes way past the last marking.

If you like to make pizza, this thing is probably as close as you will get to having a brick oven without actually building one.
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35 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Tonefish on June 10, 2012
I was really excited to get this item since I've been wanting to master the Napoletana pizza making methods without spending thousands of dollars on a brick and mortar oven. This review covers the stainless steel cylinder which is the fundamental part of all the available KettlePizza packaging kits (basic, deluxe, and Super deluxe). It is a great idea to modify a Weber grill. It is a decent option to just buying the Weber Rotisserie kit and modifying it by cutting an opening for a pizza, but if you go the Weber route you also get the rotisserie kit. Although the KettlePizza is a great starter option for someone who couldn't modify the Weber rotisserie kit, it is pretty expensive for what you get (profit margin must be pretty huge for the inventor ... good for him, I guess), and it does a very poor job of helping to regulate, or retaining the temperature once you get it. It is ok for 1 pizza. Vera Napoletana pizza has some specific demands on an oven in that it requires that the pizza cooking time not surpass 60 to 90 seconds, which means your oven needs to be 800F to 1000F temperature, and it needs to be able to help hold that temperature if you want more than 1 pizza.

POSITIVES: You can get slightly higher sustained pizza cooking temperatures than your kitchen oven which is usually limited to around 550F. It is outside, which is the only way to deal with the Napoletana (800F - 1000F) temperatures without an indoor brick and mortar oven (still awefully hot for indoors except winter). It converts another useful item, a Weber grill, rather than building your pizza cooking from the ground up, so you can try the pizzas without a huge expense. It can actually get Napolitena temperatures, at least for a little while.
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