GA or GAW:
Weber Go-Anywhere portable charcoal or gas grill.
GAC or GAWC:
Charcoal version of Weber Go-Anywhere portable grill.
GAG or GAWG or GGAW:
Gas version of Weber Go-Anywhere portable grill.
Nickname for a gas grill.
Grand Champion; the overall winner of a barbecue competition with the highest cumulative score.
Golden, Brown & Delicious.
See Gourmet BBQ System.
Weber's flagship line of gas grills, first introduced in 1985.
Weber's flagship line of gas grills, updated for the 2017 model year.
A highly sought-after color of vintage Weber kettle made in the 1960s. Reintroduced as a collectible grill by Weber in July 2020.
Gourmet BBQ System:
A Weber cooking grate system consisting of a cooking grate with a circular opening that accepts a variety of inserts including sear grate, griddle, wok, pizza stone, poultry roaster, and more. Available for both charcoal and gas grills. The basic starter grate is sometimes included on premium grills with inserts sold separately.
Grill Out Handle Light:
A battery operated light accessory that fastens to the lid handle of Genesis and Summit gas grills.
Grill Out Times:
The fun and informative quarterly newsletter published by Weber and mailed to customers from 1995 to 2004.
Grilling accessory consisting of a series of I-beam shaped aluminum surfaces forming a grate
that sits on top of your existing grill grate, claiming to prevent flare-ups, create impressive grill marks, and create an evenly heated grilling surface. For charcoal and gas grills.
1) Refers to the Weber Summit charcoal grill with work table. 2) Refers to Genesis/Summit gas grill outdoor kitchen work surface and side burner add-ons.
The slotted silicone disc that allows passing of thermometer probes into the WSM.
The High Performance Grilling System featured in Weber Genesis II gas grills, including Infinity Ignition igniters, tapered burners, Flavorizer bars, and center-mounted grease management system.
BBQ Guru, a brand of automatic temperature control device.
A newer design of the One-Touch ash removal system in which the handle is fastened using an H-shaped fitting and washer. Not compatible with old One-Touch Gold ash catchers using a horizontal bar connector.
Hot & Fast barbecue cooking process.
Home Depot; or Heavy Duty (see HDAF).
Heavy Duty Aluminum Foil.
HeaterMeter: A DIY web-based barbecue controller project using Raspberry Pi and a few basic electronic components.
Removing the WSM middle cooking section, lid, cooking grates, meat, and water pan as a single unit mid-cook in order to add more fuel to the charcoal chamber, or to stir hot coals by stirring them without getting ash on meat. Not recommended by Weber (it's the reason why they don't include handles on the middle cooking section) and done at your own risk.
Location of current Weber manufacturing and distribution center in Illinois.
iGrill: A line of probe thermometers
, some Bluetooth enabled with iOS and Android apps, acquired by Weber in 2016 from iDevices.
Refers to burner igniters in Genesis II gas grills.
Weber Jumbo Joe 18.5" portable charcoal grill.
Kingsford Charcoal Briquets; K Blue Bag or K Professional indicates a particular variety.
Kingsford Blue Bag, the basic version of Kingsford charcoal briquet.
KettlePizza: A kettle accessory for baking pizzas.
The P-shaped bottom vent holes in Summit charcoal, Master-Touch, and Original Kettle Premium charcoal grills. Allows for a low airflow position for smoking and a high airflow position for grilling.
Low & Slow barbecue cooking process.
Part of a built-in lid holder that holds a Weber grill lid in the open position, consisting of a curved metal bar and a support bracket. Found on One-Touch Platinum, One-Touch Gold 26.75", Performer, MasterTouch, Ranch Kettle, Smokey Joe Gold, and Jumbo Joe.
Plastic guides mounted at each end of the lid bale that help the lid open and close.
Liquid Propane, the fuel source for the majority of Weber gas grills.
A line of compact electric grills introduced by Weber in 2023. Ideal for people with limited outdoor space, people living in places where charcoal and gas grills are not permitted, or people who prefer an electric grill for environmental reasons.
A form of charcoal; hardwood burned down to charwood and used as grilling fuel.
A 1990s Weber 22.5" charcoal kettle grill with built-in thermometer, Tuck-Away lid holder, and One-Touch Gold high-capacity aluminum ash catcher.
Metal Bowl Handle; a Weber kettle manufactured from 1964-1980 with metal handles on the bowl and wooden handles on the lid.
A kettle grill with the legs cut short and the triangle bracket modified or removed
, with or without wheels.
A do-it-yourself project, using a Weber Smokey Joe portable charcoal grill and a tamale pot to create a miniature Weber Smokey Mountain Cooker smoker.
MM: The Minion Method
, a popular way to light charcoal for low & slow barbecuing.
Metal Lid Handle; a Weber kettle manufactured before 1964 with metal handles on the bowl and metal handles on the lid.
Meatballs wrapped in bacon. The concatenation of moo and oink.
The dark brown crusty exterior of pork butt. Mentioned in The Renowned Mr. Brown recipe
popularized by Cheryl and Bill Jamison.
A new variety of Kingsford charcoal briquets that was introduced in 2006; or referring to the most current formulation of Kingsford charcoal.
Natural Gas, a fuel source for a minority of Weber gas grills.
New In Box, commonly used to describe grills or accessories for sale.
New Old Stock, referring to Weber grills and accessories manufactured years ago, still brand new, often in original packaging, but never sold. Sometimes found gathering dust on shelves in obscure hardware stores.
Weber's Y-shaped, three-bladed ash disposal and bottom vent system.
See Original Kettle.
See Original Kettle Premium.
Original Post, meaning the first post that starts a message thread on a discussion forum.
An effect in the porcelain enamel finish of some Weber kettles reminiscent of the stippled surface of an orange.
: Replaces the term "One-Touch Silver" beginning in the 2015 model year. The standard version of the Weber kettle grill.
Original Kettle Premium:
Replaces the term "One-Touch Gold" beginning in the 2015 model year. The premium version of the Weber kettle grill which includes a built-in lid thermometer, removable high-capacity aluminum ash catcher, nylon handles with tool hooks, and hinged cooking grate.
See One-Touch. Used as shorthand for Weber grills with this feature.
Weber One-Touch Plus: A 1990s 22.5" charcoal kettle grill with built-in thermometer and Tuck-Away lid holder.
Weber One-Touch Gold 18.5", 22.5" or 26.75" charcoal kettle grill. Replaced by the name "Original Kettle Premium" beginning in the 2015 model year.
Weber One-Touch Platinum 22.5" charcoal kettle grill. Older version had 1 work surface, newer version had 2 work surfaces.
Weber One-Touch Silver 18.5" or 22.5" charcoal kettle grill. Replaced by the name "Original Kettle" beginning in the 2015 model year.