Drip ’N Roast Pan – NEW!!!


Drip ’N Roast Pan – NEW!!!


A contoured drip pan for the charcoal grate of your 57cm/67cm kettle or Weber Summit Charcoal Grill that does double-duty as a roasting pan.  Raised edges (37mm high) makes sure what’s in the pan stays in the pan.  And easy-access, outside-welded side handles allow for ease of moving it to/from and around the grill.

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Drip pan – sits on the charcoal grate to catch drippings from your biggest cooks (no more messy foil!).   Also aids in the direction of airflow to the Slow ‘N Sear that helps stabilize pit temperatures.

Roast pan – use on the indirect side for roasting – the darker surface delivers a perfect brown exterior.  Great for roasting veggies!

Made from carbon steel with a durable, food-safe porcelain coating.  This pan should not be used over direct heat as a griddle.  Please choose our stainless steel Drip ‘N Griddle Pan Deluxe should you need to cook over direct heat.


Stainless steel vs porcelain-coated steel – what’s the difference?  Durability.

Stainless steel: we use heavy-duty 304 stainless in this product providing long term durability and reliability.  This product will last for decades.
Porcelain-coat: a less expensive steel covered with a heat-safe, food-safe porcelain finish.  Durable, but may scratch or chip after a few years of use.


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Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 51 × 33 × 10 cm


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Adrenaline Barbecue Company has a wealth of information and support on their website including:  (All pages open in new tabs)

How Does Slow 'N Sear Work? 
The "magic" of Slow 'N Sear

Slow 'N Sear Buyers Guide
Which Slow 'N Sear fits my grill?

An extensive range of product demonstrations, hints, tips and excellent recipes

Your questions answered

User Guides
Downloadable and printable product guides

Lighting Instructions 
The optimum method to get your grill started

Cold Grate Technique
The perfect sear using the Cold Grate Technique - *** transform how you cook your steak***

Step by step instructions and videos 

About ABC
Meet the inventor of the Slow 'N Sear


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