Nothing is as attractive as perfectly grilled food sizzling on gleaming, easy-to-clean stainless steel. The Vermont Castings Signature Series 4-Burner Gas Grill - Stainless Steel is more than gorgeous: it's rich with features too. This 4-burner grill runs on natural gas or propane, you choose. Besides the porcelain-coated cast iron grill, there's an infrared rear rotisserie burner and integrated warming rack so all your dishes turn out evenly warmed and ready-to-serve.
Other features make your life nicer. The stainless steel cabinet is a snap to clean, won't rust, and keeps your supplies organized and your tank out of view. The lid handle is comfortably curved with a Cool Comfort Grip. Integrated tool holders and a calibrated temperature view gauge are a plus. NeverFail Electronic Ignition? You'll wonder how you lived without it. A handy LED flex light shines on the side shelves so you can see what you're doing even in the dark. A rotisserie kit is included too. It's fabulous, just like your cooking.
Total cooking area: 753 sq. in.
Primary cooking area: 493 sq. in.
Porcelain-coated warming rack: 214 sq. in.
15,000 BTU infrared rear rotisserie burner
69,000 BTU maximum output
About Vermont Castings
Located in the great state of Vermont for nearly three decades, Vermont Castings has garnered a reputation for crafting products befitting our beautiful landscape. Our foundry makes cast iron grills, stoves, and fireplaces with precision, pride, and unmatched attention to detail. The skilled people that work our foundry bring their unique understanding of the warmth, beauty, and power of fire to every product they make. It's something that comes with living in a place that puts value on the hearth, home, and the heartwarming feeling of gathering around a flickering flame.
Our grills are held to exacting standards and subjected to rigorous testing. That's how we make sure our customers enjoy products worthy of our traditions. And while we like to do some things the old-fashioned way, we work to integrate the latest technologies to ensure the greatest efficiency possible. After all, green is our state color.