Kamado Joe Grills
Kamado Style Ceramic Grills
Available exclusively at our Crabapple location, Kamado Joe Grills take kamado style cooking to the next level. Born from an Asian cooking tradition, kamado style ceramic grills replicate wood oven cooking. The design allows for perfect airflow, evenly distributing heat and flavor.
Benefits of Kamado Joe Grills
Kamado Joe Ceramic Grills are the epitome of a kamado grill. These grills are super versatile, allowing you to grill, sear, bake, roast, and even smoke.
Air Lift Hinge – Since ceramic is more fragile by nature, this hinge helps to decrease the chance of cracking. The Air Lift Hinge reduces the dome weight, preventing the kamado lid from slamming shut and breaking.
Divide & Conquer Cooking System – This system is designed to let you cook as many ways as possible with ease. The Divide & Conquer Cooking System features a flexible cooking rack, halved cooking grates, halved heat deflectors, and an accessory rack. You can mix and match to fit your kamado cooking style.
Slide-Out Ash Drawer – During a cook, the ash will collect in the ash drawer. When you’re finished cooking, simply slide the drawer out, remove the pan, and dump the ash. Sounds simple because it is.
Wire Mesh Gasket – This is the best gasket you can get for a kamado because it offers a nice tight seal without smoke leakage, keeps more smoke in your grill and gives you better temp control. Made of heavy weight premium wire mesh for extended life.
Kontrol Tower Top – The Kontrol Tower Top Vent is a patented, cast aluminum top vent that maintains precise airflow for consistent temperatures. Open the vent all the way to grill steaks and chops at high temperatures or dial it back to cook low and slow.
SlōRoller Hyperbolic Insert – The first of its kind, the revolutionary SlōRoller leverages patented, Harvard science that transforms a Kamado Joe into one of the world’s most optimal smokers. By distributing smoke and heat in rolling, recirculating waves, the SlōRoller surrounds food in clouds of delicious smoke while evenly distributing heat.