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    Hello everyone,

    As most people in the world i love a good BBQ. A while back it was just me an my immediate family every Saturday we would get out the BBQ and start cooking up some burgers. Before we knew it, the Saturday BBQ has turned into family and friends gathering every week to have a few drinks and food.

    Now i need to get a bigger BBQ. I have been searching online for BBQ for sale everywhere and found loads as you could imagine. then i saw a picture of a brick BBQ that looked beautiful and they can be as big as you want. what i'm hoping you guys can do is, tell me the difference if any between the 2 and if it's worth building a brick BBQ or just buying one. Like not being able to move it, what is the maintenance like? etc.

    This is a kinda what i am going for

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    If you build it you can't move it. Either will need keeping clean.

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    Re: Garden BBQ

    Quote Originally Posted by AndrejM View Post
    Hello everyone,

    As most people in the world i love a good BBQ. A while back it was just me an my immediate family every Saturday we would get out the BBQ and start cooking up some burgers. Before we knew it, the Saturday BBQ has turned into family and friends gathering every week to have a few drinks and food.

    Now i need to get a bigger BBQ. I have been searching online for BBQ for sale everywhere and found loads as you could imagine. then i saw a picture of a brick BBQ that looked beautiful and they can be as big as you want. what i'm hoping you guys can do is, tell me the difference if any between the 2 and if it's worth building a brick BBQ or just buying one. Like not being able to move it, what is the maintenance like? etc.

    This is a kinda what i am going for
    That actually looks like a decent set up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarsMac View Post
    That actually looks like a decent set up.
    Nowhere to put the beer cans :-)

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    that looks great
    Lol Bryn, just chuck them into the foliage behind the BBQ.

    Or do you mean the full ones, well then you build an add on ice chest kind of devise that you slide in and out of a brick shelf unit thing.
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    The beer is a very good point, i need to take this in to consideration The cleaning of the BBQ is the bit that is stopping me from doing it. I can just see a massive mess already..

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    Nowhere to put the beer cans :-)
    There are bottles cooling in an ice pail beneath the grill itself, you could use it for cans too of course.
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    Not a big bbq person, but do like the occasional wild camp and cooking on an open fire. Only point I'd make is don't go too far - You see these gas powered outside stoves and honestly at that point why not cook in a regular oven?
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    I'm trying to recall whether I've ever been to a barbecue. None spring to mind. I find it extremely disconcerting to eat without cutlery.
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