The KettlePizza insert takes homely, mediocre 22.5" kettle grills, such as Webers and Stoks, and magically transforms them into flashy, gourmet, pseudo-woodfired pizza ovens capable of putting New York slices, Chicago deep dish, and even the new Domino's to shame. KettlePizza's stainless steel sleeve fits between the grill bottom and lid, establishing a cooking chamber capable of reaching and maintaining temperatures of over 750 degrees F, powered by either charcoal or hard wood heat sources. With the addition of a pizza stone, homemade pies taste of saucy, smoky, straight-from-a-sweaty-Brooklyn-hole-in-the-wall perfection in about 10 minutes.
Basic kits include the KettlePizza sleeve, 2 wood handles with stainless steel standoffs, 1 hi-temp thermometer, a 14" pizza pan, and stainless steel hardware. Minor assembly is required, but no tools are needed. A pizza stone is not included with the basic kit, but does come with the deluxe version, along with an aluminum pro pizza peel ($199.95).