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Wood River BBQ Team

Work Table

I realize this is not a Weber site but I think some of you, like me, have a Weber 22.5 that you use for grilling when it's not convenient or economical to fire up your Lang.

My wife, who's the chicken cooker, continually complained about the non existent work space for our 22.5. I considered the "Weber One Touch Work Table" but at a cost of plus $50 I didn't think it was worth half that price. I felt I could build a work table for about $50 using 2X4 and 1X4 lumber plus I wanted to add wheels for mobility.The attached pictures show the result.

My wife is now a happy cooker!!

The table took about 3 hours to build because I was formulating as I went along and my wife kept changing the dimensions!!

ckreidler

Very nice looking table.  I might have to copy that.  I am like you only worse... I have a Lang, then I have a Weber kettle for quicker cooks and then I have a Weber gas grill that we use about 300 days a year here in California.

Does the kettle rest on the handles or is the hole smaller so the kettle rest on its diameter?
Wood River BBQ Team

The kettle rests on its handles, which are more than adequate. The built in kettle I saw at Home Depot was sitting on "L" brackets. Originally, I was going to have it rest on its diameter but the kettle gets pretty hot --yesterday I cooked scallops and measured the kettle side temp with a heat gun. The indirect side was 180F and the direct side where the charcoal basket was located was 390F and rising.

It was a very easy build.

I saw another table on the Weber web site where they cut down the legs and built a shelf for them to stand on. It looks cleaner resting on the handles.
wyliepirate

Wood River BBQ Team wrote:
The kettle rests on its handles, which are more than adequate. The built in kettle I saw at Home Depot was sitting on "L" brackets. Originally, I was going to have it rest on its diameter but the kettle gets pretty hot --yesterday I cooked scallops and measured the kettle side temp with a heat gun. The indirect side was 180F and the direct side where the charcoal basket was located was 390F and rising.

It was a very easy build.

I saw another table on the Weber web site where they cut down the legs and built a shelf for them to stand on. It looks cleaner resting on the handles.


Very Nice. I may have to build one myself. Thanks for sharing.

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