The Liberty<BR>(BH421AG9)

The Liberty

Overall product rating 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews).

The newest member of The Holland Grill Family--The Liberty--is built solid and sturdy and with the same great cooking performance as all of our grills. Built on four steel legs, The Liberty is one of our sturdiest grills yet. Two large wheels make moving the grill a cinch.  And as always, you'll love the way the food turns out. Check out our new Liberty at a Holland Grill Dealer near you! Remember, ALL of our full-size grills are Made in the USA!


Product features for The Liberty
(BH421AG9) include:

  1. Built on 4 steel legs. Our sturdiest grill yet!
  2. Rotary spark ignition system(1 YEAR WARRANTY)
  3. Powder-coated aluminum bottom shell for long life
  4. Aluminum sizzle tray
  5. Stainless Steel deflector plate
  6. Cast iron burner with a lifetime warranty
  7. Stainless Steel expanded metal cooking grid with a lifetime warranty
  8. Two large wheels for easy mobility
  9. Fully featured and value-priced!
  10. Complete Warranty Info


Product specifications for The Liberty

BTU'S: 20,000
Cooking Hours: 21 per 20lb tank
Shelf-to-Shelf Width: 49 1/2" total width including shelves
Height: 48"
Depth: 24"
Cooking Grid Dimensions:
Shipping Weight: 84 lbs.
The Liberty ships in three boxes and assembly is required. 20 lb LP cylinder NOT included. Easily converted to Natural Gas. Other patents pending.
Approved Orifice Sizes:
Propane #55
Nat. Gas #48

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Customer reviews for The Liberty
Overall rating:
by: Bob Cayot
Date: March 08, 2016
State: IN

I need a new drip tray. My wife said we only had it for about 6 years. I came across the receipt yesterday in the garage and I purchased it and one for the lake, in 2000. 16 years is on heck of a run for one grill. so this being said: I don't think I am going to buy a new grill. I think two new drip trays for these awesome grills will do the trick. all else on the grill are good to go. great grills to the folks at Holland. Bobcat.
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by: GrillLover
Date: June 04, 2015
State: NC

This thing is a crutch. I'm not sure how it makes me look like such an awesome cook, but I'll take it! Best grill purchase ever.
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by: ginger huver
Date: March 29, 2015
State: VA

I am on my second Holland grill I lost the first one in my divorce settlement. I bought a second one 10 years ago got engaged and made my future husband take his crap to the dump. lol. without a doubt the best grill ever
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by: James M Young
Date: July 31, 2014
State: AR

I've used it twice and very impressed with everything that it was advertised to do. It works perfectly and flawlessly. Today I cooked 4 large taters, 4 ears of corn, 5 chucks fish, and 1 huge sirloin which only took 1hr 40min to cook. The cooking chart I printed from Holland Grill website was spot on. I recommend a Holland Grill to anyone willing to pay a large sum of money for an excellent grill. It makes backyard grilling so its easy and fast! WELL WORTH THE MONEY!!
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by: James Moore
Date: April 24, 2014
State: TN

I bought a new Liberty a few weeks ago. I also purchased a Sear Mate. I began assembling the grill according to the instructions. When I started to install the Sear Mate, I found out that it HAS TO BE installed on the RIGHT SIDE of the grill. It cannot be mounted on the left side. So, after mounting it according to the book, guess what----the wheels are the opposite side from the Sear Mate!!!. Now to move the grill, you have to pick it up by lifting from under the Sear Mate---which is heavy and very awkward!! Did I miss something?????