Grill On The Go with HitchFire Forge 15 Hitch Grill

HitchFire hitch mounted propane portable grill

There’s nothing better than a hot meal cooked over a fire when you’re on the trail. But sometimes you don’t have the time or ability to start a wood burning fire, especially if you want a fast hot meal. That’s where a product like the HitchFire Forge Hitch Mounted Propane Grill comes in – it’s basically a portable propane grill that attaches to your car’s hitch.

First of all, can we just appreciate the sheer ingenuity of this thing? I mean, who would have thought to turn their car into a full-on grillin’ machine? It’s like the ultimate camping and tailgating accessory.

But wait, it gets better. Not only is it convenient and practical, but it’s also pretty darn stylish. I mean, just look at that sleek black design. It’s like the Batmobile of grills.

And don’t worry about sacrificing quality for convenience. This bad boy is made from durable materials and can cook up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, plenty hot enough to burn your Trader Joe’s gyro meat. Because it’s propane-fueled, you don’t have to mess around with wood, charcoal and lighter fluid.

Overall, if you’re someone who loves grilling and loves their car, this product is an absolute no-brainer. Plus, just think of all the jealous looks you’ll get from your neighbors when you’re grilling up a storm at camp while they’re waiting for the wood to catch fire.

Here’s how the HitchFire Forge compares with other similar products:

Product NameURLPrice
HitchFire Forge Hitch Mounted Propane Grill$649.99
Blackstone 22″ Tabletop Griddle$179.99
Weber 10020 Smokey Joe Portable Grill$36.99
Kuuma Stow N’ Go 160 Propane Grill$189.99

As you can see, the HitchFire Forge is the most expensive option on the list, but it also offers the convenience of being hitch-mounted and propane-fueled. The Blackstone and Kuuma grills are also portable, but they don’t attach to your car’s hitch. The Weber grill is the most affordable option, but it’s also the smallest and uses charcoal. Ultimately, the best option for you will depend on your specific needs and preferences.


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