BBQ Grills, Smokers, Roasters and Much More
0ur new site offers a full line of seasonings, sauces, BBQ accessories along with our large selection of smokers, roasters, and grills. We have added hundreds of items for the backyard Pro to the competition Pitmaster.
We hope you enjoy the site and take some time to navigate our On-Line Store, recipes, How To’s, videos, FAQs, photo galleries, and more, and don’t be afraid to call with ANY questions.
As always, we thank you for your support and helping make this dream come true!!
GrillBillies BBQ Supply
Grillbilles Barbecue features Raleigh, North Carolina‘s largest selection of everything BBQ. Located in the restored Neuse Train Depot in North Raleigh with a country store atmosphere, GrillBillies is a premier nationwide equipment dealer for all things barbecue. We offer the widest selection of pig roasters, BBQ pits, chicken cookers, smokers, backyard grills and custom catering rigs supplying professional caterers, BBQ competition teams, and fundraising organizations throughout the country. Our high quality Meadow Creek, Primo and Broil King lines cover all aspects for smoking and grilling providing great BBQ results.
Our broad variety of Pitmaster sought after seasonings, sauces, BBQ accessories and smoking wood makes GrillBillies one stop shopping for all your grilling and smoking supplies. Our impressive selection and expert advice has earned us a reputation as seasoned professionals. Our expertise comes from experience. As professional pit masters, we have been put to the test in Kansas City Barbecue Society events and other sanctioned barbeque contests. We demand perfection from our grills and smokers, and only feature products we know and trust.
Browse our site, contact us, or visit our store. Barbequing is the ultimate answer to bringing good friends together, enjoying the best food, and having fun - that’s the GrillBillies experience.
BBQ TIP #147: BE COOL
When going for that amazing smoke ring and flavor, your meat must be as cool as you are. As the temperature rises, the amount of smoke the meat takes is reduced. Meat ceases to accept smoke at a temp of 145. Start cool, cook low and slow, and be patient. Click for more BBQ TIPS.