From BBQ amateur to backyard hero

Whether it is gas, charcoal or electric, South Australia’s recently launched Weber Grill Academy is offering corporate delegates and incentive groups the chance to become a barbecue master.

The academy offers interactive BBQ experiences on their spacious 120m squared all-weather balcony, with spectacular views across parklands to the city of Adelaide. All that’s required is a curiosity for grilling methods and an appetite for delicious food cooked with smoke.

Delegates get hands-on experience under the guidance of Weber’s grill experts who provide tips and tricks to the perfect steak. They will also demonstrate techniques for roasting crunchy pork crackling, fire roasting pizzas, and baking a chocolate brownie or pavlova.

An adjacent al fresco area serves as a dining area complete with a full bar, catering facilities and AV equipment. Groups can compete in team food challenges, or enjoy an entire day’s delegate package based on barbecued dishes created from quality Australian produce.

The academy prides itself in sourcing local ingredients, including from the famed Adelaide Central Market, and celebrating South Australian beer and wines.

Interactive experiences are limited to about 20 guests, to ensure maximum interaction with barbecues and grill specialists. However, capacities for events and meetings will be adjusted as required to meet Covid-19 restrictions.

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