Trek Pellet Grills (13)
Davy Crockett Pellet Grills (8)
Daniel Boone WiFi Grill (1)
GMG Ledge Grills (2)
About Green Mountain Grills
Green Mountain Grills is one of the pellet grilling industry's best brands! Founded in 2006, they specialize specifically in producing pellet grills. A GMG pellet grill is powered by wood pellets as a fuel to generate heat and smoke for cooking foods like meats, pizzas, vegetables, and even desserts like pies. From the mid 2000s until now, GMG only continues to be renown for their high-quality and innovative grills, which offer a unique combination of convenience and traditional barbecue flavor! Please read our GMG grill review here to help you determine if GMG is the right type of pellet grill for you!
Why GMG Pellet Grills?
Key features of GMG pellet grills include:
- Advanced digital temperature control systems
- Efficient and eco-friendly design
- High-quality construction
With these benefits, it's not hard to see why GMG continues to rise above the competition. Not only that, but Green Mountain Grills is well known for offering their customers with a wide range of models to suit the most casual to the most serious of grillers. These range from small portable grills to use on a camping trip or tailgating party, or large commercial-style units for backyard barbeques.
Shop Portable Pellet Grills
Earth Sense Energy Systems has several models available from Green Mountain Grills, which are available in either a stainless steel or a black color. These include the smaller Trek grills, which are perfect for taking with you to a sports game, the beach, on a camping trip, or to a friend's house for a barbeque. Due to its small, practical size, the Trek is the most portable of our portable pellet grills. Trek pellet grills are perfect for any solution – anywhere!
We also have the Davy Crockett and the similar Daniel Boone and Ledge grills, all of which are larger grills. The Davy Crockett features foldable legs to also make transportation a much easier process. The Daniel Boone and Ledge grills, meanwhile, are the perfect pellet grill for your backyard or patio! Their larger size enables you to cook more meat at one time. Read a review of the GMG Ledge grill here.
For a bit larger grill, we currently have the GMG Peak, which is comparable to the now discontinued Jim Bowie. This grill provides a much larger cooking space for grilling anything from a couple dozen of ribs to a whole hog or turkey. Now that's grilling.
Why Pellet Grills?
If you've been using a charcoal or propane grill, you should definitely consider all the advantages that come with a portable pellet grill. Let's take a look at why pellet grills can and should be your alternative grilling experience:
- Better, more precise temperature control and heat distribution. Pellet grills are renown for their ability to consistently produce better temperature control and heat distribution. This will result in more thoroughly cooked meats.
- More versatile and can be used to smoke, bake, roast, grill or braise food. With a GMG portable pellet grill, you have way more cooking styles to choose from! From smoking your fish to baking an apple pie, to making an artisan pizza, there are virtually endless possibilities and dishes to choose from!
- Excellent, highly efficient design with lower fuel usage. Know that when you choose a pellet grill, you can expect higher efficiency, less fuel usage, and less ash production. This makes portable pellet grills by GMG a more environmentally friendly choice.
- Better for setting up and transporting. Need to pack up your portable pellet grill for a camping trip or a baseball game? No problem! Portable pellet grills are more convenient for setting up, and transporting from one place to another. This makes them perfect for any outdoor activity!
Ordering Your Pellet Grill
If you've committed to purchasing your first pellet grill, congratulations! At Earth Sense Energy Systems, we provide a 100% Best Price Guarantee, 100% Satisfaction Guarantee, and 100% On-Time Shipping Commitment on all our pellet grills. Once your grill has arrived, be sure to check out some pellet smoker recipes to help you get started on some great-tasting food to serve at your next cookout. You'll also need to make sure you have the right grill accessories on hand.
It will be important to maintain your new pellet grill. To make this process easier, please check out these tips for cleaning your grill here. Or, contact our team with further questions about pellet grill care.
Pellet Grill FAQs
What is a Pellet Grill?
A pellet grill is a grill that uses wood pellets as fuel. The process of pellet grilling starts when the pellets are fed into a firebox, where they are ignited by an electric element. Then, the heat and smoke from the burning pellets are then distributed throughout the cooking chamber to cook food. Pellet grills are known for their versatility and ability to add a delicious smoky flavor to the food. In addition, pellet grills are perfect for not only grilling, but also smoking, baking, roasting, BBQing, etc.
How to smoke a turkey on a pellet grill?
For smoking a turkey on a pellet grill, you will first thaw it if it's frozen, remove the giblets and neck, and then pat the bird dry with paper towels. Next, season the turkey with your preferred seasonings. Now, preheat the pellet grill to a smoking temperature of around 225-250°F. When ready, place the turkey on the grill grate, breast side up, ensuring it is centered and not touching the sides of the grill. Close the grill lid and smoke the turkey for about 30 minutes per pound. Throughout the process, maintain a consistent temperature. Use a meat thermometer to check the internal temperature in the thickest part of the thigh and breast. The turkey is done when it reaches 165°F. Remove the turkey from the grill and let it rest for about 30 minutes before carving.
How to smoke a Brisket on a pellet grill?
To smoke a brisket on a pellet grill, first trim excess fat from the brisket, leaving about 1/4-inch of fat. Rub the brisket with your preferred seasoning or dry rub. Preheat your pellet grill to a low smoking temperature of about 225-250°F and let it heat for at least 15 minutes. Once preheated, place the brisket on the grill grate, fat side up, and close the lid. Keep the temperature consistent and smoke the brisket for about 1 hour per pound. Use a meat thermometer to monitor the brisket's internal temperature. It's done when it reaches an internal temperature of 200-205°F. After cooking, remove the brisket from the grill and wrap it in aluminum foil or butcher paper. Allow it to rest for at least 1 hour before slicing against the grain.
How to smoke Ribs on a pellet grill?
To smoke ribs on a pellet grill, start by removing the membrane from the back of the ribs. Rub the ribs with your preferred seasoning or dry rub. Preheat the pellet grill to a low smoking temperature of about 225-250°F and wait at least 15 minutes. Place the ribs on the grill grate, bone side down, and close the lid. Maintain a consistent temperature and smoke the ribs for about 3-4 hours until they develop a dark, mahogany color. Remove the ribs from the grill and wrap them in aluminum foil, adding a bit of liquid before sealing. Place the wrapped ribs back on the grill and continue cooking for another 2-3 hours until the meat is tender and easily pulls away from the bones. Finally, remove the ribs from the grill and let them rest for about 15 minutes before slicing and serving.
Contact Earth Sense
Have questions about our pellet grills? Please give our experts a call today at 800-236-6647. We have personal and professional experience with the Green Mountain Grills brand, and can stand behind the brand's quality, efficiency, and environmental-friendliness. If interested in seeing what other grills we have available, please take a look at our main grills category. Contact us today to see how we can serve you.