The Everhot Grill
Outdoor cooking at its stylish best.
Based on the Argentinian 'Asado' grill the Everhot Grill has a large height adjustable platform to make cooking over wood or charcoal simple and intuitive.
There are interchangeable cooking plates to add yet more control so whether you're a BBQ aficiaonado looking for the perfect reverse seared steadk, or simply cooking for the family, the Everhot Grill is a joy to use and takes the guesswork out of cooking over a fire.
The firebox base is lined with oven-grade firebrick and unlike many other grills of this type the sides of the firebox are also insulated, minimising heat loss and directing heat upwards for great cooking. The high levels of insulation also mean that the grill can be used freestanding, or as part of an outdoor kitchen.
Hand-built in the Cotswolds (like all things Everhot) from thick marine grade stainless steel, the Everhot grill is designed to last a lifetime. (Backed up by a 10 year warranty.)
Finished to the highest standards, every detail from the hand polished ratchet wheel which locks into place with every turn, to the hand turned oak handle, has been carefully designed to provide the best possible cooking experience.
This makes BBQing relaxed and effortless, giving you the choice to speed up, or slow down the cooking to suit your recipe and mood.
High temperature cooking is made easy by lowering the grill nearer the fire - searing meat couldn't be easier, and if things start getting too hot just raise the grill to reduce the heat.
The full-width firebox door allows easy acces to adjust the embers to control the heat and flavour, and it just lifts off when it's time to clean out the firebox.
Width: 740mm (body)
Width: 885mm (overall)
Cooking area: 575mm x 378mm
Weight: 60kg (approx.)
(It comes on a pallet, in a large box [which won't fit in most cars], see the Everhot Prices page for details of the home delivery service.)
(Click on the diagram for a larger version.)
See the Everhot price page for information on cost and home-delivery.
(Covers the main structure of the grill. The oak handle, wires and firebricks are not covered.)