Putting food to flame is an American summertime tradition. After all, what's a beautiful, sunny day without a beer and some barbecue to enjoy outside? But it all starts with your grill. There's a lot to consider when purchasing a grill—the amount of space you have and the fuel source you prefer, not to mention, how often you plan on barbecuing. After consulting a few food experts and old school pitmasters, here are 16 well-chosen options to consider this summer. Some are serious cooking machines built to last a lifetime, while others are simply handsome and hardy enough to get the job done. The good news is that there's one below to suit your grill style and budget.