Green Mountain Daniel Boone Pellet Grill

The Pros and Cons

Green Mountain Daniel Boone Pellet Grill
Green Mountain Daniel Boone Pellet Grill. Green Mountain Grills

The Bottom Line

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There was a flood of pellet grills on the market (thanks to the expiration of Traeger patents) and Green Mountain Grills was another company looking to break into this glutted market. What the Daniel Boone Pellet Grill has going for it is an excellent price and some nice features that make it safer and more functional than some other models out there. While simple in some ways, there is a lot of thought that has gone into this pellet grill.

What this smoker/grill gives is a wide temperature range that is easy enough while versatile, thanks to its control unit.

Pros

  • Turbo heat up system gets too high temperatures in cold climates
  • Excellent temperature control
  • Wide cooking range
  • Large capacity pellet hopper

Cons

  • Thin metals don't hold the heat
  • Maximum temperature of 500 degrees F

Description

  • 432 square inches of primary cooking area
  • 150 to 500 degree F temperature range
  • 19-pound capacity pellet hopper mounted on the side
  • Stainless steel cooking grates
  • Fully programmable electronic temperature control (remote available)
  • Baked on enameled steel construction
  • Made in China by Green Mountain Grills

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Guide Review - Green Mountain Daniel Boone Pellet Grill

Green Mountain Grills has one of those typical stories. It starts with a man with a pellet grill who knew that he could make it better. Years went by and the Green Mountain Pellet Grills were perfected.

Made in China, these pellet grills are first and foremost reasonably priced. The additional features are designed to correct the common issues that people had with earlier pellet grills (aka Traeger).

Like most any pellet cooker, the Green Mountain Daniel Boone has an enclosed cooking chamber and a side mounted pellet unit.

The pellet unit has a 20-pound capacity hopper (where the pellets go), an auger to feed the pellets into the firepot, a fan to boost combustion and control temperature, and a control unit. This pellet grill has a temperature range of 170 to 500 degrees F and can be adjusted in 5-degree intervals. Of course, this is an electrically powered unit.

The unique features of the Green Mountain Pellet Grills include a hopper alarm that goes off when the pellet supply gets low, a positive pressure fan to keep sparks out of the auger (and start the dreaded hopper fires), and a cold weather booster to get the grill up to temperature when the outside air is cold. These are the attention to detail sort of issues that makesĀ for a good product, of which this is one.

Green Mountain Grills are sold exclusively through independent dealers (look here for a dealer near you).

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