Weber was founded in 1952 by George Stephen when he constructed the Weber Kettle Grill. Today Weber offers gas, electric, charcoal, portable, and smoker grills, along with grill accessories such as brushes, thermometers, tongs, and spatulas. Weber offers 14 series of grills, including the Spirit,... Read More Summit, Genesis, Performer, Smokey Joe, Go-Anywhere, Smokey Mountain, and Weber Q lines. Genesis grills have a large cooking area. The Genesis E-310 grill model features front-mounted control knobs, porcelain-enameled cast-iron grates, and electric ignition; it's available in three colors. The Performer charcoal grill has a one-touch cleaning system, a built-in thermometer, and an ash catcher. Grill accessories include cooking tools, cookware, covers, cleaning tools, and apparel. Cookware includes racks, smokers, woks, roasters, griddles, grill pans, and pizza stones. For cleaning the grill, Weber caries the 21-inch Three-Sided Grill Brush, featuring a triangle shape for getting in between grill grates. Aprons, towels, gloves, and mitts are available to wear while grilling. The Weber Style grill mitt has a suede gripping surface and an interior fabric liner.