No need to purchase a grill when you can DIY a brick grill! Build your own temporary brick grill right in your backyard and have a smashing barbeque party ever!
How To Make A Brick Grill To Get That Barbecue Going
Creating your own brick grill is easy as 1-2-3 and doesn’t need any tools at all! It’s just a matter of lining up the bricks to match the size of the metal grill. You can also adjust the distance between the coal and metal grill by tipping off the brick. Super cool, huh! Let’s get started!
What You’ll Need:
- 20 pcs. bricks (not the chemically treated bricks)
- cast iron grate
How To Make A Temporary Brick Grill:
Step 1: Choose A Location
Check your yard and choose the perfect location where you can set up your brick grill. Make sure it’s a flat surface.
Step 2: Create The Base
Lay down 12 bricks and arrange it into a rectangular shape to create your base. Make sure to have 1/4″ space in between to allow air to come through.
Step 3: Add A Layer Of Bricks
Use the reminder 8 bricks to add a layer of bricks to your base, put it surrounding the sides of your base.
Step 4: Position Your Cast Iron Grate
Position your cast iron grate atop your brick grill. Once it can be position securely, you can then remove it first to add your charcoal and start grilling!
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Nothing beats the scrumptious taste of a barbecued meat cooked on an open fire. With this brick grill that you’ve learned how to make today, there’s no need to go purchase an expensive barbecue in the garden center. Just set aside an hour for you to make your own temporary brick grill and start cooking.
Planning a BBQ party this summer? Will you make this temporary brick grill? Let us know in the comments section below.
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Editor’s Note – This post was originally published in February 2016 and has been updated for quality and relevancy.