What I found out in the Louisiana grills reviews is that this brand was one of the first ones to start selling pellet grills. That should almost be enough proof that this brand is not a fly-by-night but a very respectable brand.
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On this page, you will find links to the individual reviews of the Louisiana Grills pellet grill smoker models (1) as soon I am done writing them.
Louisiana Grills Pellet Smoker Models
Louisiana grills had developed 9 models of pellet grills. Each model comes in a few sizes and options. I will describe all models here for you.
There are two models in the Louisiana grills founder premier category.
- Premier 800 pellet grill
- Premier 1200 pellet grill
There is some difference between the two but the main one is the grill surface. As the names give it away already the 800 has 846 square inches and the 1200 comes 1205 square inches.
The Louisiana grill founders’ legacy series also comes with two models.
- Founders legacy 800
- Founders legacy 1200
As you may be figured out the difference again is the available square inches of the grill surface. 846 and 1205.
One of the main differences with the premier series is the open flame 1000 degrees Fahrenheit that comes with it.
The Louisiana black label series is a little bigger with 3 models.
- Black Label 800
- Black Label 1000
- Black Label 1200
The main difference with the Premier series is that this one is WiFi-enabled. There is more but I will tell you more about that later.
The SL series has 3 models and one of them is the portable wood pellet grill.
- Sl 700
- SL 1000
The Louisiana Estate series also has a built-in and a stand-alone version.
The 860C is stand-alone and comes with a 304 square inches stainless steel grill grate.
860BI I can’t find too much information since it is sold out.
Both the pellet grills in the Elite series have 838 square inches as grill surface.
The two models are named.
- 800 Elite
- 800 Elite Deluxe
De Elite Deluxe comes with a flame broiler for direct and indirect cooking.
The Louisiana vertical smoker is great if you like to keep an eye on your grill. The glass door makes this very easy.
it also comes with 2 meat probes and the temperature range is from 100 to 420 degrees.
The ceramic red K24 series is the Louisiana grills Kamado. With its 24 inches, it is considered a large Kamado grill.
Made of 304-grade stainless steel there is not much that can go wrong with this model.
Read my Louisiana Grills 24 inch Kamado grill review here!
The Louisiana Grills signature series is actually one model and that is the LG900C2.
I can tell you that this one is very heavy and of high quality. It is basically an upgraded version of the LG700.
The 913 square inches and the cast iron cooking grate in combination with the slide pale flame broiler ensure a great grilling experience.
Louisiana Grills reviews – My Opinion
As I mentioned earlier this page is only a list of all the models Louisiana Grills offers.
I will do Individual reviews of most of the different Louisiana pellet smoker models on their own pages.
Overall I have found many good reviews of these grills and the quality was mentioned many times as very good and that they are reliable grills.
FAQ about the Louisiana Grills
I have found a few questions that came back several times and here are some of them.
Q: Where are Louisiana Grills made?
A: Louisiana grills are a Canadian company but the grills are made in the USA as far as I can find out at the moment.
Q: What pellets to use with Louisiana grills?
A: You can use pellets from any brand on the Louisiana Grills.
Q: Where to buy Louisiana Grills.
A: Louisiana Grills can be bought in several places but their own store is one of the better places in my opinion.
More About Louisiana Grills
I think I should mention some more information about this company. Lousiana grills is founded by Dan Thiessen in 1999 and if your “about page” you can read that they promise to be more than just a company that sells grills.
Lousiana Grills is now owned by Dansons which also owns the Pit Boss grills, County Smokers, and some other brands,
Their goal is to produce a line of products that are not only great grilling machines but also look great.
The CEO of Dansons (1) is Jeff Thiessen the son of the Louisiana Grills founder Dan Thiessen
Eddie van Aken
Eddie van Aken has years of experience in running his full-service restaurant and with this came working with using and dealing with all types of kitchen equipment. With his experience, he is able to find all the pros and cons of grills and add them to the grill reviews he is doing. You can read more on the about page for Eddie van Aken