New combined BBQ enters the fray

JensenGrill has launched the Estate .1 combined gas and charcoal barbecue.

Combined charcoal and gas barbecue manufacturer JensenGrill has introduced the Estate .1 series to its range.

The new models are said to have a number of improvements on previous versions, including a stronger professional grade stainless steel frame, a new coal tray which should make it easier to refill and empty, and a modification which means the JensenGrill is also capable of cold smoking food.

The grills combine charcoal briquettes and gas in one unit, to be able to chargrill, gas grill or a combination of the two.

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The gas burners can be used to light the charcoal which will be at cooking temperature in 15 minutes, and then cook exclusively on open coals and or boost with gas. The barbecue uses a height adjustment system and movable trays which means the grill can be set up for both direct and indirect cooking.

Paul Brown, group director of Hillbrooke Hotels who has tested the JensenGrill in the UK said: “We had the pleasure of using a JensenGrill at The William Cecil Hotel at Stamford. We served over 120 covers from one single unit. The grill was certainly put through its paces and didn’t disappoint.”

There are three sizes available in the JensenGrill range from authorised UK supplier BBQ Barn.

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