The best grills of 2022, make life outside easier

What better way to usher in spring than with a bit of a refresh and upgrade to your outdoor space? And no outdoor kitchen is complete without the main feature. The grill.

There are different types of outdoor grills to consider when buying one, and each one uses a different fuel producing a different result which can absolutely affect the food. You have gas grills, charcoal grills, electric grills and pellet grills.

Here are some of our favorites that are sure to spice up your next summer barbecue.

Gas grills are arguably the most popular type of backyard grill. They can run on natural gas or propane and are easy to use with quick setup. Don’t want to get your hands dirty with charcoal? Simply turn on the gas grill and it’s up and running in minutes. This Weber gas grill has over 2,000 5-star reviews.

the Weber Spirit E-330 Black Porcelain Enamel 3-Burner Liquid Propane Gas Grill with 1 side burner features a convenient 10,000 BTU side burner for side cooking and a 7,500 searing station burner that turns on the heat for quick searing, then turns off for regular grilling . Other features include long-lasting porcelain enamel cooking grates and porcelain enamel flavorizer bars. Priced at $729 at BBQ Guys.

Weber Spirit E-330 Freestanding Propane Gas Grill with Sear Burner and Side Burner

Sometimes there’s nothing better than a charcoal-grilled burger. They have been around for ages and for good reason. Charcoal grills are easy to use and they give your meat of choice that smoky flavor that is hard to resist. They require prep work to be ready and should be cleaned properly after each use to avoid problems.

Charcoal grillers will love this American Gourmet by Char-Broil 840 sq in Charcoal Barrel Outdoor Grill from Walmart for just $189. It features an adjustable charcoal grate to control the level of heating at the cooking grate by placing your charcoal stove in one of several preset positions. Also includes a warming rack that swings back when you open the grill lid, so you can easily reach food on your cooking grates.

American Gourmet Grills

American Gourmet by Char-Broil 840 sq in Charcoal Barrel Outdoor Grill

Electric grills are powered by – you guessed it – electricity. Simply plug them in and once the grill hotplates get hot you can start cooking your meat, vegetables and fish. They are ideal for people with limited space. These are extremely easy to use for the beginner griller.

the Blackstone 2 – 34000 BTU Liquid Propane Gas Grill The griddle cooking station is perfect for crowds large and small. With a surface large enough to hold 44 hot dogs, you’ll be amazed at this powerhouse. Built with industrial materials for durability and optimal heat distribution, the Blackstone Griddle Cooking Station features a thick cold-rolled steel cooking surface, two independently controlled burners with push-button ignition- push and the unit folds up for easy transport.

Blackstone Gas Grill

Blackstone 2 – 34000 BTU Liquid Propane Gas Grill

Wood pellet grills are one of the hottest trends in the industry, bringing grills the all-important flavor of wood smoke paired with the convenience of gas in a snap. Pellet grills are outdoor cookers that combine elements of charcoal smokers, gas grills and kitchen ovens. Electric powered and fueled by hardwood pellets that smoke food at a constant temperature, these grills use a fire fueled by wood pellets, the temperature of which is controlled by the volume of pellets burned.

Experience a new level of flavor with the Traeger Pro 22 wood pellet grill. Boasting reliable consistency, simple controls, 6-in-1 versatility, and real wood-fired flavor, the Pro 22 makes cooking amazing food simple.

Traeger Wood Pellet Grill

41″ Pro Series Wood Pellet Grill