Louisiana Grills 60800 Stainless Steel Wood Pellet Grill, 800 sq. in.
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- The Louisiana Grills Digital Control Center and burn system introduced to a contemporary stainless steel barbecue design
- Stainless steel components. 300 Watt Auto Igniter
- 838 sq. in. total cooking surface
- Porcelain coated cast iron cooking grids
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So far done two cooks and smoking temp held steady at 225 for 6hrs for ribs and 18hrs for a pork shoulder. Very easy to operate, just set it and forget it like they advertise. Only don't forget it for too long since the thing does go through a lot of pellets (2+ lbs/hr), my only complaint really so far.
With only a 12lb hopper, you definitely need to check the hopper every few hours and keep adding more pellets.
They make a hopper extension but alas it fits every other model in the Louisiana Grill lineup except this one. Hopefully that will be rectified soon.
First, wood pellet grills are not cheaper than gas. So plan to spend money on pellets. That said, this is not the lightest on consumption. It has a pretty good size volume inside and a fairly small hopper, so you'll need to tend it more than competitors.
One of the best looking pellet grills for the buck for for those out there that want a compromise between the multi-thousand dollar all stainless grills and the couple hundred dollar rustic looking ones.
The side shelf is larger than expected, and can easily hold a large tray of food.
The front spice rack does get warm during a smoke, and untouchably hot during bake or sear (400+ degrees). I will probably do something to insulate it a little bit, perhaps a couple stainless washers between it and the grill to help it stand off a bit. However, its such an attractive shelf and something competitors don't offer, i dont knock it for this. Competitors may offer a "front shelf" which sticks out further wheras this is nice and tight to the front.
Assembly was not too bad, about 2 hours of casual working on it, drinking, working on it, drinking.
The controller seems to be working very well holding low temps. The grill does have alot of vents on it, more than i expected, which combined with the fan helps to regulate temperatures easily. The buttons are intuitive and easy to understand. Grill temp (toggle between set and current), meat temp (toggle between set and current). Easy one button on, easy one button off.
The meat probe is dead on accurate, and the controller can drop the grill temp when your meat hits a specified internal temperature. Very nifty so you dont have to worry about overcooking.
The grates feel substantial and not cheap thin wire. They are porcelain coated cast iron. Longevity is yet to be determined, but you should plan to take good care of this. No metal scrubby brushes!
The hopper does not have a cleanout, but it has a hand guard in it that you can easily access the screws to remove (not welded in place) at your own risk, then scoop out the pellets, if you so desired to have pellet changing need. It will increase the risk of injury and is dangerous to stray hands, but if you accept the risk, the option is yours to remove pellets. Always power off first !
The bottom doors are thick and sturdy. They are insulated so they get warm but not super hot. The grease drawer gets very hot to the touch, but is large enough you shouldnt overflow it in a single cook. Not having a hanging can on the side that birds/squirrels would play in and make a mess was a bonus... many competitors hang a pail on the side, and that attracts the wildlife.
The wheels are nice and sturdy, but they seem to have cheap plastic locking mechanisms. I'm not sure on durability of the caster locks, but casters are cheap and it doesnt move often, so its not a concern.
Flame broil sliding plate is great. It is only on the left side, but it puts off enough flame for a few burgers or good size steaks should you desire to kiss them with flame. It slides easily back and fourth and is fairly substantial in thickness. I do not feel like this will warp or lead to issues. It is a bit awkward to get to. It would have been nice if the left grate ran opposite direction to allow you to stick something through and slide it the whole distance in one move. Id recommend moving the grates and open it before turning the temp up... Or, considering you're flame broiling you probably don't need all the grates anyway, so one trick I found is simply remove a single grate (there are three total) before starting. Then you can easily slide the remaining two grates back and fourth to access the flame broiler slider.
The auger feed is not directly into the firepit- it drops from the side onto a skid plate that then guides the pellets into the flame area. There is also a small metal guard in front of the auguer. This is a superior design to many pellet grills, imo, as it greatly reduces the chance of burn-back into the hopper. Some grills spit pellets right next to the flame, which increases the odd fire can burn the pellets in the auger.
The upper shelf area is quite deep. I was surprised at its depth, expecting a tiny shelf that many gasers' have... This shelf is excellent for throwing veggies and other small items on during the final hour of cooks.
Bottle opener can take it or leave it, but stainless and built well. The left side of hopper, the piece sticking out is a combination handle/cord wrap. Note this is the only handle on the grill for moving it around. The right shelf is not substantial enough to pull /maneuver the weight of the unit, as it is 200 lbs.
The hood has a nice finish on it, and is insulated. The handle does not get hot to the touch.
Storage area underneath does get quite toasty. I would not store pellets under it, but I do store some stainless grill pans, kebabs, tongs, etc. Would not advise plastic under it.
All in all great grill. It is infusing everything with a good clean smoke, and I would not hesitate to recommend this model to anyone.