Weber Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill

The Weber grill, also known as the Smokey Joe, is a small and lightweight grill that is best for grilling anywhere. Do you want a grill that defines itself just by the look? Well, Weber Go-Anywhere has an exquisite design and looks like a buffet chafing dish with a lid on. This grill is the true definition of perfection and small in size. So, you can easily carry it anywhere you go. What else makes this the number one grill?

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Key Features

Porcelain steel construction

Most people go for grills that are certain to last for a very long time. And if you are one of them, then the Weber grill is the best option. It is made of porcelain steel which prevents the whole product from rust and from peeling off.

Lightweight and portable

The grill weighs 14.1 which is really an easy to carry size. The Tuck-N-carry lid makes it trouble-free to carry it around. The lid doesn’t come off easily so, no worries! You can also use the handles on the sides to move the grill from place to place.

Plated steel cooking grate

There is always an argument of which material is best to be used in the cooking grate. Weber Go-Anywhere put all arguments aside with its simple plated steel. This material prevents sticking and rusting and makes sure you have a well-cooked BBQ.

Plated steel legs

This is the best part when it comes to placing the grill on a table, floor or lawn. The legs are strong and durable so don’t worry on the surface you put your grill on.


Slow or fast cooking or maybe low or high heat, this is the work of the damper. They are made of aluminum and can be found on each side of the grill. So, you can control the heat or the temperature of the grill to your own liking.

Small in Size

The Weber-Go is fit for a small number of people due to its smaller size. But this also serves as an advantage when it comes to fitting it in the car when going for an outdoor barbeque and for easier storage. You can use it anywhere in your balcony or patio because of its size.


  • Lightweight and portable
  • It’s easy to control the temperature
  • It’s easy to clean due to its porcelain steel construction
  • It’s safe to use
  • Can be stored and used in small spaces
  • Budget-friendly


  • Dropping the product can cause dents

Frequently Asked Questions

Does the grill require any assembling?
Yes but only a few parts require to be put together. This makes the product to be preferred by many as it comes as a whole unit. You only need to fix the handles and the legs and that’s it.
How much weight can the grill hold?
This is a grill best for a small number of people so you can’t place a large amount of foodstuff on it. But if you want, you can avoid using the legs.
Is it easy to empty the ash? And how do you do so?
Yes, it is. Just flip over the bottom half of the grill, maybe 3 or 5 times of using it. You can also place a foil on the bottom and once the ashes cool off, remove and dump it in the trash.
Are the legs really sturdy?
Maybe you have seen a picture of this product and think that those super thin legs cannot be strong enough to hold the grill. But the legs are designed with a clip on to be sturdy and hold both the grill and what you are cooking. Make sure to lock the clips so that they don’t shake.
Can the Weber grill cook well chicken and steaks?
Of course, it does! The small size can fit for portions of 3 or 4 people. It is perfect for small portions of chicken and steak but makes sure you control your heat so does you they are well cooked.
How can you clean this grill?
Wait for the grill to cool after use and then take a bristle brush with hot water and clean. If anything stuck on the cooking grates, you can use a scraper to scrape it off. Dry the grill after cleaning and store in a dry place.


Weber Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill


Light, easy to clean, portable and not forgetting its unique design, this is the true definition of Weber Go-Anywhere Charcoal Grill. It is the perfect product for camping, where you are a small number of people or for your small family.

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Colin Matthews

Colin is an aspiring chef having completing his degree in culinary arts in California. His guilty pleasure is buying the latest & greatest (and sometimes, useless) in kitchen cookware and gadgets.

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