Outdoor Grills

Everything tastes better al fresco. But the imprecise heat control on most grills can make outdoor cooking a hit-or-miss proposition. Wolf grills change all that. They give you the same kind of precision control and ease of use features as their indoor counterparts – Wolf ranges, ovens and cooktops. Just imagine the juicy possibilities.

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Masterful Performance

With Wolf BBQ grills, as with every Wolf product, you can count on quality construction and exceptional performance through years of outdoor cooking. Wolf BBQ grills are sculpted in double-wall stainless steel and precision-welded. Each of the gas grill models comes in natural gas or LP, and can be built in to your outdoor space.

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Ideal grilling conditions produce ideal results

Wolf outdoor gas grills use two types of heat, direct and radiant, to achieve the ideal temperature range and uniform heat distribution that are the keys to flawless grilling. Direct heat from the gas burners delivers high, searing temperatures and rapid preheating, while radiant heat sources distribute temperatures evenly.

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Superior in every detail

Stout, 10 mm thick stainless steel grates retain and radiate more heat for more even grilling (and coveted restaurant-style grill marks). These grates will not rust or chip. A spring hood assist opens and closes the stainless steel hood with a light touch. The heavy-duty, concealed springs eliminate 50 percent of the weight, and the handle design keeps hands away from the hot grilling surfaces.

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