Weber Grills

Weber Alliance DealerBoyd's Equipment is the only certified Weber Alliance Dealer in the Texas Panhandle. Weber only gives this certification to companies who are dedicated to providing excellence in customer service and support. As a Weber Alliance Dealer, Boyd's Equipment carries the deluxe line of Weber grills you can't buy from the national retail stores.

Shop with confidence and know when you buy Weber grills and accessories from Boyd's, you are not only buying a high quality product, but you will get the high quality service and support you should expect.

Weber History

In 1952, after he became frustrated with the uneven and uncontrollable flame of open brazier grilling at his Mount Prospect, Illinois, home, determined backyard griller George Stephen, Sr., set out to build a better grill with a lid that allows outdoor cooks to grill in all kinds of weather. Stephen worked at (and was part owner of) the Weber Brothers Metal Works, a Chicago custom order sheet metal shop that produced, among other products, half-spheres that were welded together to make buoys for use in Lake Michigan. There, he split open one of the boys and fashioned a dome shaped grill with a rounded lid, and the classic original Weber kettle grill was born. George's neighbors called it ‘Sputnik‘. Suddenly George’s invention, which was first called 'George's Barbecue Kettle', was in such hot demand he couldn’t make them fast enough.

Because the grill became so successful after he began selling it in 1952, Stephen formed the barbecue division of the Weber Brothers factory. In the late 1950s, Stephen bought out the Weber Brothers factory and became the sole owner, devoting all his professional time to manufacturing and selling the Weber kettle. Soon thereafter, Stephen changed the company’s name to Weber-Stephen Products Co.

Weber Shopping Guide

Weber Summit Series ($1,399 - $2,499)

With beauty, elegance, and the capacity to grill for the entire block, the Summit series of gas grills are the crown jewels of the Weber family. From exclusive features to the highest level of performance, these grills will make even the most seasoned grillers blush.

The Weber Summit series is Weber's top of the line gas grill. You get 4 to 6 burners, 8,000 BTU smoker box burner, sear station, and full rotisserie system with infrared burner.

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Weber Genesis Series ($749- $949)

The Weber Genesis is the best grill you can buy in this price range. The premium edition has stainless steel cooking grates and is available in 5 colors.

For 2011 Weber has redesigned the Genesis series of  grills. The primary difference is the burners now run perpendicular to the front of the grill.

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Weber Spirit Series ($649 - $699)

The Weber Spirit gas grill line—which is the best entry-level stationary cart gas grill on the market—has two additional “SP” models for 2011 which add luxury to an affordable package.

In Stainless Steel with stainless steel cooking grates—differing from the porcelain enameled

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Weber Charcoal Grills ($159 - $329)

The Weber charcoal grill features a porcelain-enameled bowl and lid, plated steel cooking grates, and glass-reinforced nylon handles.

The aluminized steel One-Touch cleaning system, and removable no-rust aluminum vent and ash catcher provide for easy ash disposal.

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Weber Q Series Grills ($179 - $379)

The Weber Q series grill is the camper and tailgaters best friend. This go anywhere cook anything portable grill will keep you and your friends full and ready for anything!

The Q series come with a sturdy glass-reinforced nylon grill frame, cast aluminum lid and body, a large weather-resistant lid handle, and a porcelain-enameled cast-iron cooking grate.

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