- Four 15,000 BTU cast stainless steel burners
- 600 square inches of primary grilling space for a total cooking area of 810 square inches
- 60,000 BTU maximum output from the main burners
- 15,000 BTU rear-mounted rotisserie burner
- On knob piezoelectric ignition
- Built-in halogen lights
- Complete stainless steel construction
- Comes with a complete rotisserie kit
- Made in China by Bull Outdoor Products
Full Review – Bull Angus Built-in Gas Grill
- Well featured for the price
- Limited Quality
- Higher Flare-Up Potential
When Bull entered the outdoor kitchen business many years ago, it offered something few companies did. A full line of outdoor appliances at a budget price. Of course, they did this by importing their products, but they had lots of options and practically everything you needed for your custom outdoor kitchen. Today, they are still at it. However, the competition has gotten steep. The Bull Angus is a good option. It really is. It sells for around $2,200USD, which might seem high to some, but when you consider that you can spend $10,000 on a gas grill for your custom enclosure, it is very, very reasonable.
The Bull Angus has four burners, plenty of power and space, and a full rotisserie system. The specifications are impressive. The 60,000 maximum BTU output from the main burners under 600 square inches of stainless steel cooking surface is practically perfect. Those burners are cast stainless steel, which should last a lifetime. The only problem with the Bull Angus is that you do get what you pay for. There are some limitations here that you won’t find other grills.
Ultimately, it isn’t that there is anything wrong with the Bull Angus however. The problem with selecting this gas grill is that there is so much competition these days. And a lot of that competition solves the price versus quality issue differently. I really recommend that you take a serious look at other built-in gas grills in this price range. If you do, you will see what I mean. The Bull Angus is all stainless steel and it is actually pretty heavy, but to keep that price down, quality is sacrificed. While it isn’t a bad grill and I’m sure many people will be happy with it, remember that a built-in should last a long time. Replacing a grill in a custom enclosure isn’t always as straightforward as you might think.
All I can really suggest is that you do the comparative shopping before you buy.