Originally Posted by Trumpstylz
IMO, they might (I'm hoping) make a kamado cooker. However, it will be the insulated steel style after the akorn and big steel keg, and not the ceramic style. They could still bend metal, they would just have to use an extra sheet and throw a layer of insulation in between them. And produce it in the USA.
This is what I was thinking. I can't imagine Weber would want to move away from its core competency of building metal cookers. I was just wondering if they might make an akorn/bsk type cooker with Weber quality and service. I'd buy one.