Wrangler® Charcoal Grill, Classic

Wrangler® Charcoal Grill, Classic

Model: E2123
$129.00

If you have a small space but are looking for big flavor from your barbecue grill, the Char-Griller Wrangler Charcoal grill is a great option for you. Fully equipped with Char-Griller’s standard of premium features, this charcoal grill allows you to sear or smoke your favorite foods without the hassle of lighting up a large grill. With a shorter time to reach your desired grilling temperature, this barbecue grill is perfect for weeknight and weekends alike, allowing for quick and delicious charcoal-flavored food. Also, attach a Side Fire Box for Texas-style offset smoking for long cooks like brisket or ribs!

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    If you have a small space but are looking for big flavor from your barbecue grill, the Char-Griller Wrangler Charcoal grill is a great option for you. Fully equipped with Char-Griller’s standard of premium features, this charcoal grill allows you to sear or smoke your favorite foods without the hassle of lighting up a large grill. With a shorter time to reach your desired grilling temperature, this barbecue grill is perfect for weeknight and weekends alike, allowing for quick and delicious charcoal-flavored food. Also, attach a Side Fire Box for Texas-style offset smoking for long cooks like brisket or ribs!

      FEATURES OF THE Wrangler® Charcoal Grill, Classic

      • Compact charcoal barrel grill with 640 sq.in. of cooking space

      • Heavy duty steel construction to ensure your charcoal grill lasts for years to come

      • Insulated grill body to maintain smoke and heat for fuel efficiency and supreme food flavor and texture

      • Side damper to provide precise airflow control to achieve perfectly cooked foods

      • EasyDump™ Ash Pan to easily dispose of your ashes and continue grilling with ease

      • Chrome-plated steel warming racks to keep food warm

      • Includes cast iron cooking grates to seal in food flavor

      • Includes premium wood shelves for additional food preparation space with integrated tool hooks

      • Fashioned with wheels for easy mobility

      • Includes one grill grate lifter

      • Side Firebox compatible to transform your grill into a Texas-style offset smoker for outstanding food flavor and texture (Side Fire Box sold separately)

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      FEATURES THAT MAKE A DIFFERENCE

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      EASYDUMP™ ASH PAN

      Easily dump your ashes and continue grilling with the convenient EasyDump Ash Pan. Spend less time cleaning, and more time grilling!

      ADJUSTABLE SMOKE DAMPERS

      Easily adjust the airflow in your grill with the adjustable smoke dampers. Precisely control the airflow in your grill and acheive perfectly cooked foods that are juicy, tender and flavorful.

      HEAVY-DUTY CAST IRON GRATES

      Lock in delicious flavor with the durable, made-to-last Cast Iron Sear Grates.

      Specifications

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      Primary Cooking Area

      435

      Total Cooking Area

      635

      WIDTH

      35 in.

      HEIGHT

      50.4 in.

      DEPTH

      29 in.

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      FAQ

      How to Build a Fire
      There are a few methods to light your charcoal grill, depending on the materials you prefer to use. Using a charcoal chimney is the Char-Griller® preferred method for speed and convenience but igniting your lump charcoal or briquettes directly in the grill is a great way to get cooking as well. Charcoal Chimney 1. Remove your grill grates and set them to side 2. Fill your charcoal chimney ¾ of the way full with briquettes or lump charcoal 3. Set fire starter on charcoal grate, light and then place the charcoal chimney directly on top of the fire starter 4. Coals will fire upward from bottom to top 5. After coals on top of chimney are ignited (usually 10-15 minutes) dump the coals over the charcoal grate and replace your grill grates Fire Starters 1. Remove your grill grates and set them to side 2. Pour approximately 3lbs (approx. 50-60 briquettes) of charcoal directly on to your charcoal grate and stack together in a pile 3. Insert fire starter into the middle of the charcoal pile so that it is slightly covered and light 4. After the charcoal has thoroughly ignited, typically glowing red or gray in color, use tongs to spread them out and replace your grill grates Do not use lighter fluid, gasoline, kerosene, alcohol or other accelerant for lighting charcoal due to flammability, risk of bodily injury and potential to leave a distasteful flavor in your food. If necessary, use tongs to move coals for even heat. Always wear gloves when handling grill grates, charcoal grate, or adjusting coals
      How to Adjust Your Dampers
      Controlling the temperature of your grill is all about controlling the air flow to the fire. MORE AIR = MORE HEAT. LESS AIR = LESS HEAT. By opening and closing the top and side dampers, you can easily control the temperature of your grill. The amount of charcoal used when grilling can also greatly impact your ability to control temperature. Dampers may need to be adjusted during the cook to account for changes in weather like wind or to accommodate for more or less fuel. When first learning how to operate your grill, always use the same amount of charcoal to best learn your grill’s damper control.
      How to Season Grill Grates
      Using a paper towel or brush, brush the grill grates with cooking oil. We recommend vegetable oil, grapeseed oil, or bacon fat. After coated, you can place them in a 400-degree oven for an hour or on a 400-degree grill for 40 minutes. After time is up, let the grates cool down naturally. It is recommended to regularly season your grill grates, especially when they are new. After you are done grilling, allow the grill to cool slightly and then get any burnt on residue off the grates with a grill brush or scraper. You can also use half an onion to clean off your grill grates. After you have scraped the grill, dip a paper towel in vegetable oil or bacon grease and rub the paper towel all over the grates using a pair of tongs. Make four to five passes with the oil to ensure proper seasoning.

      Product Features

      HEAVY-DUTY STEEL CONSTRUCTION

      HEAVY-DUTY STEEL CONSTRUCTION

      CHROME-PLATED STEEL WARMING RACKS

      CHROME-PLATED STEEL WARMING RACKS

      SIDE SHELF FOR ADDITIONAL PREPARATION SPACE

      SIDE SHELF FOR ADDITIONAL PREPARATION SPACE

      WHEELS FOR EASY MOBILITY

      WHEELS FOR EASY MOBILITY

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      Wrangler® Charcoal Grill, Classic
      $129.00