Lion Premium Grills
Lion Premium Grills
in all respects when it comes to outdoor entertainment — from our luxury gas grill line to our assortment of side burners, bbq islands, bar centers, and more. If you’re looking for something on a larger scale we have you covered with our range of luxurious outdoor kitchens and islands; if you need portability but still want a premium grilling unit we also have you covered with our stainless steel grill carts. This is the absolute perfect time to utilize your outdoor Lion grill to the fullest, whether that be just grilling for your family and enjoying a Sunday afternoon or hosting a large viewing party with friends and family. Below you’ll find details on what we have lined up for this month’s issue. We hope you enjoy and thank you again for taking the time to visit!
As we stated above, we have quite an issue ready for you this month. Kicking things off, we have a fantastic video from Simon using our 40″ bbq grill to create a classic hamburger. Following that up,we take an in-depth look at what makes our cast stainless steel burners top of the line, both in performance and quality. Following that feature we take a detailed look at our standard flame tamers and the upgraded ceramic tube trays as well as a full length feature detailing the benefits of adding an outdoor kitchen / BBQ island to your backyard. We also have a recipe for grilled oysters with lemon shallot butter that is extremely easy to prepare as well as being exceptionally delicious! Again, we would like to thank you and we hope you enjoy this month’s issue!
Cast Iron Burners are extremely heavy duty and durable. They do tend to suffer from excessive rusting, which can happen quite quickly, and as such they need to be maintained on a regular basis by using a wire brush to remove rust flakes and other assorted debris. While heavy duty, the fact that they rust easily and fare poorly in any type of outdoor element that may produce rust (living by the ocean for example) makes them unsuitable for Lion Premium Grills.
Cast Brass Burners are also heavy duty but unlike their cast iron counterparts, cast brass burners are extremely resistant to rust. The issue with cast brass is that the heat generation may cause them to warp, bend, or sag. Cast brass burners are generally high quality but we feel that cast stainless just outperforms it in every aspect and as such we use cast stainless steel.
Stamped Stainless Steel
Stamped stainless steel are usually very low quality and make for extremely flimsy burners. They are usually made from low grade, light gauge stainless steel and are not one solid piece of metal; instead it’s two pieces “stamped” together. These burners tend to break apart and be short lived. They are usually not made of 304 grade stainless steel, instead they are crafted from the lowest grades of steel. Avoid these at all costs.