God-Grilla

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Bespoke BBQ Company Ltd
Type Limited Company
Industry Catering, Engineering
Founded 2009
Founder(s) Jack Henriques
Headquarters Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom
Area served United Kingdom
Products Barbecue cookers
Website bespokebbqco.co.uk

The God-Grilla is claimed to be the world's largest barbecue. It was built by the Bespoke BBQ Company, based in Gloucestershire, England, a company run by Jack Henriques that manufactures custom barbecues.

The company was featured in the UK press in August 2010 when it unveiled a huge barbecue, dubbed by the press as 'God-Grilla', which weighed two tonnes, and required three operators to run at full capacity. It was constructed on the same principle as a smaller version. Together the two barbecues are known as the "Cripps Barn Models," after Cripps Catering who commissioned them both for their two wedding venues, named "Cripps Barn" and "Stone Barn," both located in the Cotswold District.[1][2][3][4][5]

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