Weber Genesis E310 Review The Best Grill For The Money
The Weber E310 Grill is the standard in Backyard Grilling. Weber has been making grills for the backyard since 1951 and they are pretty much the standard in the industry. So if you want that steak done just right do it on a Weber.
- 38,000-BTU gas grill with 637-square-inch cooking/warming space
- Front-mounted control panel; 3 stainless-steel burners; individual electronic ignition system
- Porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grates; Flavorizer bars; heat deflectors
- Enclosed cart; built-in thermometer; 6 tool hooks; requires an LP tank (not included)
- Measures 30 inches long by 60 inches wide by 64-1/2 inches high; 5-year limited warranty
PRO’S and CON’S of the Weber E310
The Pros of the Weber E310 Grill
There are several things I really like about this Weber E310 grill one of the main ones being that the controls are front mounted unlike my old Weber grill. Why is that a big deal if you have your controls mounted on the front now the sides of the grill are free to either use the cooktop or to use with a cutting board or whatever you need it for hey maybe even a place to put your cold drink of choice. It’s just more room for you. I like the fact that the Weber E310 is a 637 square inch grill. I like doing grilling indirectly so having the heat on one side of the grill and having my steak or chicken on the other side or even putting a nice piece of walnut or hickory wood in there that’s been soaked over night for some smokey taste on my steak and without having any room in your grill you can’t do things like this. I also like that this is basically the best grill for the money on the market. I also like the fact that this is not a cheap grill meaning it will last more than ten years or so. Unlike some of the bargain basement grills out there that last one season and then you replace it. I mean sure they are very cheap but they don’t last.
A couple of things I don’t like about the Weber E310 are the porcelain enamel cooking grates. They are great for about five years or so and then some of the porcelain starts to chip. It just makes it harder to clean the grates later on. But in the beginning it’s really great to have the porcelain. I think this is just a pet peeve of mine. Also the hanging fuel gauge for your fuel bottle is great to use but remember it’s not a perfect measure so check the bottle once in a while.
Overall I like this grill and have had two other versions of the same grill before and would recommend it to a friend. If I had to cook my last meal it would be on a Weber Grill what would yours be?