Weber Charcoal Grills are marvellous BBQs that are very popular and with good reason. Weber offers both gas and charcoal versions of their grill, but we're only going to talk about the charcoal version. (Note that the correct spelling is Weber, with one 'b', not the commonly misspelled Webber!)
You might already know that we are in love with the Big Green Egg, our outdoor cooker of choice. But we also have a (charcoal) Weber barbecue (the Original Kettle Premium model (previously called One Touch Gold), and still continue to use it on occasion... and because it's compact, we sometimes take it when we travel. We still think it is a fantastic BBQ. Here's what we like about it:
There are a few things we don't like about the Weber charcoal grill, but they are relatively minor. For example, ours has a metal handle on the lid - that means it can get really hot and must be handled with an oven mitt (or something else to protect your hand from burning). Another issue is that it only has limited abilities as a smoker - while we've been able to smoke some stuff, we've found that it doesn't work as well as we'd like when it comes to long, low-temperature smoking. It would also be nice if it came with a temperature gauge, but you can install one on your own if you like. Despite these few little complaints, we don't think you can go wrong with a Weber BBQ.
So if you're looking for a new charcoal barbecue, many people (including us) will tell you that a Weber charcoal grill is a solid choice. You can also get several accessories for the grill if you want, including an optional rotisserie. And if you want to make things even easier, you can even get a Weber 1421001 Performer Charcoal Grill that uses a propane tank and burner unit to light the charcoal for you - no more messing around to start the coals!