Years ago the owners of Green Mountain Grills came across a new way of grilling that they really, really loved. This was, cooking with pellets, so much better than cooking with charcoal or gas! The pellet grills they owned needed some improvements, so they decided to make their own! They loved their new pellet grills so much they ended up starting their own company – Green Mountain Grills [GMG]. GMG grills are now considered to be one of the best, but by no means the most expensive, pellet grill in the US today.
Why buy a GMG Pellet Grill?
- Set and forget. Low-and-slow smoking allows you to leave your GMG grill unattended for hours. For those who’d prefer to do most of their cooking from within the comfort of their home, you have the option of buying a GMG grill with WiFi capability!
- GMG grills are quality built. They typically weigh around 80kgs and this means the engineers make sure it is comprised of quality components to ensure longevity.
- Food simply tastes better when cooked over real wood. GMG pellets are produced from clean, kiln dried hardwood sawdust.
- GMG are priced competitively and quite simply offer more value for money for their customers than any other pellet grill available in the market.
- GMG grills are an all-year-round investment. Don’t just use them in summer, these grills were designed and built to be used in wind, rain or snow. You can cook with the lid down.
How does a GMG Pellet Grill work?
To use a GMG Pellet grill you simply need to fill the Pellet Hopper with pellets, push a button, then set and forget! GMG grills have a motor inside each unit that turns an auger to feed pellets into the firebox. In the firebox a hot rod automatically ignites the pellets and a combustion fan ensures the pellets keep burning. The fan inside the hopper maintains positive pressure to prevent burn-back in the auger tube. A sensor mounted inside the grill sends data to the on-board computer ten times every second. The controller adjusts the air and pellet flow accordingly, in order to maintain the programmed temperature. For more information, see How Does a GMG Pellet Grill Work (pdf)