Review: Alfresco ALXE Grill – Cooking with Wood-Fire!
What sets the Alfresco ALXE grill series apart from other premium gas grills is its ability to allow you to cook with solid, natural fuel such as lump hardwood charcoal or wood.
Using wood or hardwood charcoal is a game changer as the Alfresco’s gas ignition system allows for easy lighting (usually 5 minutes unlike 15-30 for a kamado) and once the fuel it lit, you can turn the gas off and just cook with fire.
The insert is called a SFI-POD and sells for $575. It is 12″ across and 19″ deep.
My only beef is that I would have liked to have seen more headroom between the grates and the fuel source but b/c of Alfresco’s design the insert simply cannot drop down any further within the firebox.
This is a must-have for Alfresco owners. If you need one, please email or call me and I will facilitate for you!
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