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Lion Premium Grills – Stainless Steel Gas BBQ Grill Review

Hello from Best of Backyard! Today we are going to feature another review of the Lion Premium Grills L75000 gas BBQ grill. We love to showcase Lion Premium Grills reviews as we find them fun to read as well as informative. This review is extremely in-depth and makes an excellent read for anyone interested in Lion Premium Grills and their grill products. As you can see from the review below, the Lion Premium Grills L75000 BBQ grill was able to withstand beach weather where other grills wouldn’t be able to. Enjoy the review below!


I’ve had my Lion 32 inch grill for about a year now and have no complaints. The grill arrived very well packaged, was easy to put together, very heavy and well built. A durable product that I really expect to last. I live at the beach so a higher gauge stainless steel BBQ was a necessity. Without the 304 gauge, the fog and sea air eats BBQs apart in no time.

After extensive reviews of BBQs I determined that this was a mid/high range BBQ at a price was still reasonable. I believe the founder of Lion BBQ’s broke off from Bull BBQ’s to start this company. You’ll notice many similarities between the products. I didn’t want to go Lynx, FireMagic, DCS, etc. given the price was typically double. This grill is built well, that’s what I wanted.

It’s well equipped to produce the heat that I need to sear a piece of meat, but also has a fairly wide range of temperature control, allowing me to put 1 or 2 of the 4 burners on low and achieve a very mild temperature to slow cook anything you can imagine.

Extras: The grill does come with a rotisserie which I’ve used a bunch. It works great. Did a Prime Rib for Xmas dinner and it worked like a champ. I do chickens all the time with no issues at all. The rotisserie burner in the back is well built and dishes out nice even heat (Don’t forget to take the warming rack out). The grill also comes with a griddle – Love this feature. Well built, thick griddle that we use all the time to cook pizza’s, scallops, shrimp, etc. Still waiting to bring the family out and cook breakfast on it:)

Overall, I would definitely recommend this product to anyone looked to spend between $1300-$1800 on a grill.

G. Marks
32″ L75000 Grill