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BioLite Portable Grill

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Go to mow town.

Knock your brother-in-law's socks off with fresh caught, grilled trout stuffed with lemon slices, tarragon, and butter, served steaming hot with gently charred asparagus and an ice-cold pale ale. Of course he's bound to be all up in your business, asking you about your secret weapon, but simply out of principle you'll never tell him it's the Biolite Portable Grill. An accessory to the Biolite CampStove, this lightweight, portable grill has easy-to-fold features and comes with a durable plastic travel cover. The fuel intake lid is easy to flip open and re-stoke with more biomass without disrupting the grilling process—so you get that wood-fire flavored goodness and Chef of the Year award.

  • Fuel intake lid
  • Steel grill grate
  • Flame spreading design
  • Folding legs
  • Grill cover
  • Cooking area is 55 square inches
  • Item #BIO000B

Tech Specs

stainless steel
BioLite CampStove
[folded] 9.5 x 12 x 3.5 in, [unfolded] 9.5 x 12 x 10.5 in
Claimed Weight
1.875 lbs
Recommended Use
camping, casual
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The reason I use the stove.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I got the Biolite stove when it first came out with a pre order. Then, this grill attachment came out and I really wanted one.

The first time I used it, I went outside and grabbed a bunch of evergreen twigs and branches that were on the ground. It cooked alright, but what I found was that it transfers the taste of what wood you are using into the meat. So my chicken kinda tasted like a pinecone.
So the next time I used it I used a bag of apple wood chips. The flavor was incredible and made the best chicken thighs.

I have used this thing to cook burgers and steaks for people by just going out on the back deck instead of using the large barbecue grill. People are amazed at the flavor and ask where to get one.

I have brought it to Hawaii and cooked steak, which had our neighbors asking what I was cooking because it smelled so good.

I use it all the time and it isn't just for camping. I can cook such awesome tasting stuff on this thing.

Get an assortment of different wood smoke chips and check it out yourself. You will be amazed at the taste.