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Bricks to raise charcoal in kettle

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    I don't particularly like the idea of putting bricks in my brand new weber--just seems like damage to the porcelain waiting to happen. Wouldn't they also interfere with the one-touch lower vent?
    I offer three suggestions, none of which I've tried yet but intend to. My Master Touch came with the two charcoal holders, they can be bought separately and they rest on top of the lower grate. This puts the heat a little closer to the cooking area. Additionally, my top grate is part of the gourmet cooking system with the removable center grate. For smaller meals the center grate could be placed on top of the charcoal holders. I also hear that the hover grate can be used instead of the upper grate, which places the cooking area closer to the heat.

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    • JeffJ
      JeffJ commented
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      Those are all good suggestions, Rick and I can personally vouch for the hovergrill idea as I've tried it successfully.

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