WHAT’S THE STORY WITH GRILLA GRILLS?
Wood Pellet Smoker Grills and Kamado Charcoal Grills. . . More Grill. Less Money.
True story: About 7 years ago, two men on a fishing trip, chowin’ down at camp on a plate of ribs. One looks over at the grill (he’s the industrial designer) and says, “Why do all those pellet grills look the same, big ole barrel cut in half.” The other, a metal smith by trade, answers, “Because we haven’t built one.” That’s when the light bulb went off. Why not design and build a smoker-grill that stands apart, literally, from the crowd. Cooking with pellets was hardly known. Hundreds of design hours later, the Grilla pellet smoker grill was born.
Fast-forward a few successful years, same two guys. Same idea. Only this time, bring a rock solid, proven smoker-grill to the market using the same streamlined business model that delivers savings to the consumer. Design the grill to efficiently feed you and your friends or theentire neighborhood. Make cooking with pellets easy, the flavor robust and the grill good-looking. Enter: theSilverbac.
Just like a silverback is the proven and respected leader in a family of mountain gorillas, so too is Silverbac the patriarch of the Grilla family of smoker-grills. No confusing Silverbac with any of these flimsy me-too big box grills. Been there, done that.
And don’t forget Kong, the king of the kamados. This ceramic remake of the ancient classic, Kong is the grill that really wants to be an oven, and vice versa.
All Grilla products, including pellets, sauces and accessories, are available direct to the hungry consumer. No fat in this business model, just pure value meal after delicious meal. Not bad for two fishing buddies who like cooking with pellets. Enjoy!