Traeger portable pellet grills are perfect for you if you love genuine smoky flavor but don’t have a lot of space, or want to grill on the go. Those of us who love camping, picnicking, or tailgating can achieve a natural smoky flavor with these portable pellet grills. These grills are capable of multiple cooking options such as smoking, baking, grilling, and roasting. Although these portable grills are compact, they can still achieve the same great results as a full sized Traeger pellet grill! All of the Trager portable smokers are packed with exciting features. Made of painted steel, these grills are durable and are sure to last for many years of grilling. They run off a standard 110-volt outlet. They also include a meat probe for fast and easy monitoring, have easy-to-clean porcelain coated steel grill grates, and include a digital thermometer. Each of these grills have their own unique characteristics. Here are a few that stand out for each series:
Traeger Tailgater Portable Wood Pellet Grill
The Traeger Tailgater is available in two colors: blue and bronze. It has a larger cooking grid of 20 x 15 inches – so you can cook up to 12 burgers at a time. The Tailgater can smoke as low as 180 degrees and as high as 450 degrees Fahrenheit. The hopper capacity on this grill is 8 pounds. The Tailgater also has wheels for easy maneuvering and EZ-Fold legs that fold up to take up less storage space than a typical grill. Unlike the other Traeger portable grills, the Tailgater has its own stand. Simply unfold the EZ-Fold legs when it’s time to cook and fold them back up when you’re done. The E-Z drain allows the excess grease and drippings to drain into the bucket underneath – making cleanup quick.
Traeger Portable Grills FAQ
Does Traeger make a portable smoker?
Traeger offers a couple of portable wood pellet grills, and the Tailgater doubles as an excellent smoker. It can maintain temps as low as 180 degrees.
What is the smallest Traeger?
The Traeger Ranger is their smallest grill. It has 184 square inches of cooking surface, and its hopper can hold up to 8 pounds of wood pellets.