The Skinny:
Weber's entry-level gas grill; porcelain-coated cooking grates and flavorizer bars; outstanding service & warranty.

Things To Love:
Even though Weber Spirit is Weber's entry-level gas grill, it's still a Weber. With over 50 years in business, Weber customer service is as good as it gets. They have a 10 year warranty on the grill body and on the burners. They have reputable service and quickly handle any service or replacement part situations.

For minimizing flare-ups, the Spirit uses Porcelain-coated flavorizer bars, which are triangular-shaped and can be found directly above the burners. They shield the burners by catching drippings and turning them to smoke, adding flavor to your food. Weber pioneered the Flavorizer bar in 1984, and since then they've proven to do their job extremely well, which is why they're still preventing flare-ups on all Weber gas grills today!

Weber Spirit E-330 Grills have a 7,500 BTU Sear Station for that extra high heat when you need it. The E-330 also has a 12,000 BTU built-in side burner on the cart which comes in handy if you need to warm up a side dish or a sauce. Additionally, when the side burner's lid is shut, it sits flush against its surface, which adds more shelving space to the grill cart.

Things To Consider:
While it can get the job done, you won't be reaching very high temperatures on this grill. Additionally, the porcelain-coated cooking grids and flavorizer bars are not as durable as the stainless steel cooking grids and flavorizer bars found on many other gas grills, such as Weber Genesis Premium models.

You'll Like This Grill If:
You're looking for an entry-level, affordable gas grill from Weber, the biggest name in BBQ.