Who Are We?
Exchange Bar and Grill began as a humble BBQ restaurant. However, we quickly noticed that we spent more time chatting with customers about BBQ than cooking. That’s why we decided to start a website that gives people advice on making the best BBQ in the country, everything from choosing the best charcoal grill to finding the best recipe.
BBQ is our passion, and we want to share it with as many people as possible. Whether you only grill on the Fourth of July or you’re an enthusiast who built your smoker from scratch, we can help you perfect your BBQ technique.
While we are experts on BBQ, we also know some people know more than us. Instead of getting into arguments about which region has the best BBQ, we want to develop a warm and welcoming community of experts and novices.
Our mission is to help anyone get started on their BBQ journey and to provide and share expert knowledge from experienced cooks.
BBQ isn’t just about choosing the right cut of meat and following a recipe. We also have guides on:
- Objective reviews on various grill types, including pellet, electric, gas, and wood-burning grills
- What smoker to buy or how to build your own
- How to smoke meat, covering both hot and cold smoking
We also have plenty of tips and recipes from all over the country and even beyond! If you’re looking for a one-stop resource that will take your BBQ to the next level, you’ve come to the right place.
Our main focus is on providing clear and helpful guides on a wide variety of topics, including gear buying and how to use your gear to its full advantage. Whether you want to learn how to control heat with charcoal or find the best wood for smoking ribs, we’ve got everything you need.
If you’ve started shopping around for a new grill, you may feel overwhelmed by the different brands and types out there. We have several comparison guides to set you on the right track to find the perfect product for you.
Exchange Bar and Grill gets most of its financial support from readers like you. When you buy a product by following one of our links, we receive an affiliate commission. You don’t pay for these commissions, and we deeply appreciate our community’s support in keeping our site up and running.