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Driven by his passion for grilling the best steaks for family and friends, Weber’s founder, George Stephen, invented the revolutionary kettle grill in 1952. At the time, he worked for Weber Brothers Metal Works in Chicago, Illinois and was inspired by the shape of a buoy.
George knew that a rounded cooking bowl with a lid was the key to success. So he cut the buoy in half, added three legs to the bottom, a handle to the top, and the rest is history. Since then Weber has continued to grow and innovate becoming one of the most recognizable grills around the world. Features like iGrill 3, that allow you to monitor your food right on your smart phone or tablet, keep Weber Grills on the cutting edge of grilling technology.
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