The brand new 6570001 S-330 liquid propane gas grill is Weber’s newest addition to its Genesis grill product line. It was designed to provide users of all abilities an easy way to grill their favorite foods.
Here is a handy review of Weber’s Genesis 6570001 S-330 liquid propane gas grill that can help you decide if it meets your needs.
–Dimensions: 41.9 x 32.5 x 24.3 inches.
–Heat Rating: 38,000 BTU.
–Stainless steel burners.
The unit’s three stainless steel burners feature an electronic ignition system and porcelain-enameled heat deflectors that are designed to provide even heat distribution.
–Stainless steel rod cooking grates.
The unit’s 7-mm cooking grates are designed to provide users a non-stick cooking surface that is easy to clean.
–A stainless steel and enamel shroud.
The unit’s shroud features a center-mounted thermometer that is designed to make judging the internal temperature of grilling meats a breeze.
–Stainless steel doors and handles.
The grill’s stainless steel doors and handles feature non-stick surfaces that are designed to be easy to clean.
–An electronic ignition system.
Weber redesigned its classic electronic ignition system especially for this unit. It features an improved electronic fuse that is designed to turn on the grill’s burners quickly the first time around.
–A large cooking area.
The grill’s large cooking area measures up to 507 square inches from back to front. It features a searing station that is designed to cook steaks, hamburgers and pork chops perfectly without overcooking.
–A large warming rack.
The grill’s 130-square inch warming rack is designed to provide ample room for keeping side dishes and entrées warm without overheating.
1) Assembling the grill is easy.
We enjoyed assembling the grill because the instructions were easy to follow.
2) The grill’s searing station offers novices an easy way to cook steaks properly.
Using the searing station to cook steaks is a joy because its non-stick surface and large cooking surface area make cooking steaks simple for novices who are new to grilling.
3) Adjusting the grill’s cooking temperature is simple.
Adjusting the grill’s cooking temperature is a snap because the unit’s thermometer is easy to control intuitively by turning a knob to the left or right.
1) Cleaning the grill’s cooking grates can be a chore.
Cleaning the grill’s cooking grates can be a chore because it can be difficult to clean between the grates’ rods without first soaking them in hot water. This can make using the grill difficult for large-scale entertaining because it requires users to clean the grill’s cooking grates continuously while cooking to avoid food sticking on the cooking grates.
2) Cooking chicken and pork chops can be difficult for novices.
Cooking chicken and pork chops can be difficult for novices because the grill’s ability to cook foods quickly can make judging when these foods are cooked correctly difficult for novices to determine. As a result, we recommend novices learn how the grill’s heating unit functions before attempting to cook chicken and pork chops on the grill.
3) Finally, the cookbook that comes with the grill leaves something to be desired.
Weber typically includes a fantastic cookbook that makes learning how to use their grills a joy. As a result, we were disappointed to read the cookbook that came with this grill. It was a small pamphlet that featured very few recipes and even fewer instructions. Perhaps Weber will learn its lesson and issue a better cookbook for the grill at a later date?
–The Bottom Line:
We recommend this grill despite the minor problems we encountered with the grill’s cookbook and cooking racks. This is the case because we think the grill’s superior cooking surface and heating system are just the things needed to create delicious steaks and hamburgers with a little practice.