Our Gaucho sized Supremo free-standing grill. 700 lbs of fire breathing stainless steel workmanship. The holes on the side of the wind guard is to accommodate the electric rotisserie that comes standard with this model. Brasero with charcoal shuttle, cabinetry, fire brick lining, multi-tool, rotisserie and wind guards all come standard in our Supremo line. Grills are built to order so there is a wait, but you do get to pick your color.!
Packing up and getting ready to ship this Gaucho sized insert to Maine. Grills are heading out the door to complete outdoor kitchen projects in time for the Spring grilling season.
We love grills, but in our hearts, we’re engineers. So when we get the chance to build something wild like this custom double grill/single brasero, we jump at it. With two Gauchito sized grills, independent cranks, and our sturdy brasero in the middle, it’s ready for anything you can throw at (or on) it.
Up, down, whatever it takes to get you that perfectly cooked steak. With a Gaucho Grill we have great temperature control, awesome woodfired heat retention with the firebrick and a whole lot of grilling fun.
You can kind of hear the sizzle of the steak over the sound of the pool being drained. We love the Fall. Yes the pool shuts down but the cool Autumn vibes start and of course we keep on grilling.
A quick dinner from our founder, Eduardo, on the original Gaucho Grande Insert. Steak, corn, ribs, sausage, with lump charcoal and apple wood doing the work.