AmazingRibs.com releases 2017 Top 10 lists

Lists span multiple categories

Max GoodBROOKFIELD, Ill. - AmazingRibs.com released its fifth-annual Top 10 Best Value Grills and Smokers of 2017. With summer just around the corner, the website offers recommendations that span all skill levels and budgets with prices from $35 to over $20,000.

AmazingRibs.com is dedicated to thorough, unbiased reviews. Each year Max Good rigorously tests dozens of products and curates a selection of the best. Good is the only full-time grill and smoker tester in the world, and he maintains the website’s database of more than 500 ratings and reviews.

The lists include:

Charcoal Grills
Gas Grills
Backyard Smokers
Tailgate and Portable Grills
Multifunction Grills and Smokers
Luxury Grills and Smokers

Some of the brands who made the list include Backwoods, Broil King, Camp Chef, Char-Broil, Engelbrecht, Fast Eddy, Fire Magic, The Good-One, Green Mountain, Grillworks, Hasty-Bake, Horizon, Huntington, Jambo, Kalamazoo, Karubecue, Komodo Kamado, Lang, MAK, Meadow Creek, Memphis, Napoleon, Pit Barrel Cookers, PK, Primo, Saber and Weber. 

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