Feed your fire.
All at the same time.
The BioLite Portable Grill provides a safe, seamless, and fun way to cook your favorite foods on the wood-burning BioLite CampStove. The unique design allows you to keep sizzling while your fire keeps burning, all without the need for charcoal or propane.
Wood Fired Flavor and Fun
Cooking with wood just tastes better. Forget the petroleum based fuels and infuse your meals with savory flavors and good times with friends.
Easy to Refuel
Re-stoke your fire in a snap. Flip open the Fuel Intake lid and have direct control of your flame levels without disrupting your grill surface.
Compact Portable Design
Easy to fold legs and a durable plastic travel cover allows you to grill and go without mess or hassle.
BioLite Portable Grill
Cooking Area: 55 sq inches
Folded Size: 9.5 x 12 x 3.5 inches
Unfolded Size: 9.5 x 12 x 10.5 inches
Weight: 1.875 lbs
Fuel: Solid biomass. For use with BioLite CampStove only.
In the box: BioLite Portable Grill
Instructions Manual + Grill Cover
Since BioLite has already perfected stove design and garnered the highest achievement known to man with their HomeStove, there was only one thing left to do: make it bigger. The 2012 Core77 Design Awards-winning company is continuing its mission to bring light and heat to everyone by powering the Brooklyn Christmas tree with their new super-sized thermoelectric stove / generator. Sure, the Dumbo FirePit is a meant to be a festive holiday installation, but we can’t help but think of it as a way to commemorate the launch of the Design Awards program earlier this week.
The generator—a giant, 500-pound outdoor fire pit—will use their signature technology to produce enough wood-burning electricity to light up the Christmas tree, keep visitors warm, run a cell phone charging station and put on a light show. Not only does the superstove pack some heat, it pumps out a fair amount of juice as well: According to BioLite, the structure creates 1,000 watts of electricity—enough to charge 400 cell phones. Although the company doesn’t have plans to bring it to market—it may travel for other pop-up events—it’s a worthy successor to Pensa’s Street Charge, which was also supported by a small grant from the hyperlocal DUMBO Improvement District this past summer.
If you did’t make it, don’t worry—the fire pit will be powering through the cold weather with fire-fueled festivities taking place from December 12th–23rd nightly until 8pm.