BillyOh Outdoor Pizza Oven, Chimney Smoker & Charcoal Barbecue
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BillyOh Kentucky Smoker BBQ - Charcoal American Grill Outdoor Barbecue
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BillyOh Lightweight Table Top BBQ - Red Portable Camping Barbecue
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BillyOh Smoker BBQ Charcoal Grill Full Drum + Offset Smoker Barbecue
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BillyOh Texas Smoker BBQ Charcoal Grill
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Portable Barbecues UK

Portable barbecues boast a surprising selection of perks. Just think of the potential with a barbecue that you can move and transport easily! You can roll it out whenever you need to, but keep it safely covered and protected from the elements when you're not using it. You can bring it to a friend's house if they're hosting a party and they don't have their own barbecue.

Small Barbecues UK

While most of our gas and charcoal barbecues have wheels for easy manoeuvring, many of them are too big to be classified as portable. In order for them to be portable, they've at least got to be small enough to be carried around, or to fit in the car.

Take our Light Portable Tabletop Barbecue, for instance. It's similar in many ways to a disposable barbecue you could find at a supermarket but differs in the fact that you can use it over and over and over again. Its clever design features a carry handle for added ease of transportation, and its super compact size means that it is small enough to fit on an apartment balcony, allowing for people who perhaps live in a flat and have no garden to cook up in to still enjoy the quintessential taste of a British summer.

Medium Sized BBQs UK

While the Tabletop Barbecue is about big enough to feed a couple of people, other barbecues in our portable range are better suited to feed around 3-5 people. They're bigger than the tabletop one and designed to sit on the floor rather than the table like a traditional barbecue, but still feature a compact design and are small enough to pack up and take to other places if necessary.

Many of our medium-sized portable barbecues still sport many of the features that our bigger gas barbecues have, such as a side table, thermometer and air vents. The BillyOh Kentucky, at £149, is a smoker barbecue with a bottom shelf for storage, stainless steel hooks, a lid to release smoke and an accessible front door for wood pellets and briquettes. The BillyOh Smoker clocks in even cheaper at £139 and includes two drums for the option of simultaneous direct and indirect smoking, a side hatch for easy access, two shelves and a chimney to round it all off.

Pizza Oven UK

Looking for something to really impress the neighbours? For a slice of Mediterranean culture in the comfort of your back garden? Our 3-in-1 smoker, grill and BBQ is one of our most impressive products.

Gas Grills

Gas grills tend to be bigger and heavier than charcoal grills, due to the technology needed to run them, so we only stock a limited number of portable ones. With gas grills, you have more control over the cooking temperature, and the use of evenly-spaced burners allows for equal and consistent heat distribution and a consistent temperature over the entire cooking space. Cooking time is also reduced with a gas grill, due to not needing to let the BBQ warm up like you would with a charcoal one.

Gas barbecues run off gas canisters containing propane or butane. A portable gas barbecue is much less common than a portable charcoal barbecue due to the size necessary to incorporate the multiple burners usually found on a gas barbecue. Gas barbecues are usually designed for the purposes of feeding 5-10 people or more.

Charcoal BBQs

Charcoal grills, as opposed to gas ones, don't rely on propane or butane gas as a fuel source, instead of running off the burning of charcoal, which has the capability to get very hot (hence its suitability for cooking). The entire cooking process with a charcoal BBQ is much simpler - you light up the coals using a flammable material like paper or cardboard, slap on your food and away you go. The back-to-basics nature of a charcoal barbecue appeals to many people, who find it much more rewarding to judge and cook a top class burger based on it's smell, taste, and appearance alone rather than with the help of a thermometer or a timer.

BBQ Covers UK

A barbecue cover is a great way to protect your barbecue from the perils of the British weather if you intend to store it outside, or even from cobwebs and dust build-up if storing in the garage or elsewhere indoors.

Our Lightweight Tabletop Barbecue, which runs on either propane or butane gas, has a valve included on the side. Your propane gas tank or canister should easily screw onto this, or a similar connecting point, on whichever barbecue your purchase. Some of our barbecues are supplied with regulators, or you can purchase them separately, which act as a safety measure to ensure too much gas isn't provided to the barbecue.

Look for a valve if it's a gas one, which will allow you to connect your propane or butane tank to it. Then think about what features might benefit you. Do you need a lot of storage? If so, get a barbecue with a built-in cabinet or two shelves. Indirect cooking your thing? Get one with a side burner or two drums.

There are no legalities surrounding the use of barbecues on balconies in the UK. With this being said, it's usually at the discretion of your landlord if you're renting and the London Fire Brigade advise against it due to the potential for sparks to be blown into neighbours' living areas and potentially onto drying clothes and flammable materials.

Yes, our portable barbecues are just as capable of cooking up delicious food as any of our large barbecues.

Again, there are no legalities surrounding the use of barbecues on a beach, however certain beaches might have certain rules, so do some research beforehand to see if you're going to get into trouble or not. Generally, it should be alright, as sand is less flammable than grass. Just make sure you raise the barbecue off the ground by placing it on a raised surface such as some bricks. This will prevent the sand from burning.