Grilling is more than what sears on the grate!
A passion for grilling steak in the circle of friends and family, Weber founder George Stephens invented a revolutionary tejkannah grill in 1952. At the time, he worked at the Weber Brothers Metal Factory in Chicago, Illinois, and allowed the invention to be created in the form of a buoy.
George knew the key to success was a rounded bowl with a lid, the taper cut it in half and added three rounded legs, handles in the aucress, and the rest is history.
Because of the innovative way of thinking, it creates the perfect form of grilling that Weber does. It’s Weber’s legacy and future.