After reading quite a few of the posts in here, and learning about the 2stone and LBE concepts, I have begun thinking about a little project myself. I have cooked pizzas in my gas grill throughout the summer, and they have been really good. Only thing is that the top doesn't get as much colour as I would like. For starters I'll introduce my grill. It's an Outdoorchef Ambri
It has a circular burner in the bottom and a special funnel system that let's you cook in 2 different ways as pictured here
I have usually used the funnel system to give as direct heat as possible to the stone, and that works quite good. But as I said, the top is usually not as hot as under the stone. So after reading about the LBE I came to the conclusion that the lid maybe doesn't hold the heat very well compared to say a ceramic lid. I then read about the 2Stone concept and their grill system that creates a bridge over the pizzastone. Although it's a quite "cheap" system in the US, the expenses would be close to double as much if I had to get it shipped to Denmark, and I'm thinking that I could be able to build a similar system myself, although I'm no handy man.
If I remove the funnel there should be a direct flame which should create quite a lot of heat. So far so good. I had a thought of placing two bricks on either side of pizzastone, with a pizzastone placed on the two to create a small brickoven.
Do you guys think that would work?