Outdoor Living Center

Green Mountain Grills

Top Quality, Wood Pellet Grills

Jim Bowie – 600 Sq. In.

Jim Bowie

With Optional Stainless Steel Lid
Daniel Boone – 400 Sq. In.

Daniel Boone

With Optional Stainless Steel Lid
Green Mountain Features
Jim Bowie & Daniel Boone
image Grill Area: Jim Bowie 600 Sq.In. image Daniel Boone 400 Sq.In.
image Digital Temperature Control – Adjustable in 5 degree increments from 150 to 500 degrees.
image Domed Lid – Cook a stand up chicken or a turkey without the lid resting on the bird.
image 19 lb. Pellet Hopper – with low pellet alarm.
image Digital Probe Thermometer.
image Stainless Steel Grates.
image Hard Rubber Tires & Casters.
image Convenience Tray.
image Grease Catch Bucket.
image Efficient Firebox – Automatic “fan only” mode that blows ash out of the firebox when you are finished.
image Optional – Wireless Remote. Allows you to control your grill and read the probe thermometer from up to 100 feet away.
image Optional – Stainless Steel Lid.

“Now this is an exceptional grilling experience.Great hardwood smoke flavor, precise temperature control for consistent results year round, and easy clean up. What more could you ask for? Plus, our grills use only enviromentally friendly compressed hardwood pllets, so you don’t have to store, use, or be exposed tomessy, toxic, and exsposive fossil fuels.” –Steve “Mountain Man” Berry

How Does a Pellet Grill Work?

A motor turns an auger which feeds pellets into a firebox. There, a hot rod automatically ignites the pellets, and a combustion fan keeps them burning. A fan inside the hopper maintains positive pressure which prevents burn-back in the auger tube. A sensor mounted inside the grill sends data to the on-board computer ten times every second, and the controller adjusts the air and pellet flow to maintain the temperature you set.