The specific features on Master Forge grills vary between models and fuel types, as charcoal grills function differently than gas grills, though both commonly feature preparation trays and tool hooks. Many charcoal grills feature cast iron coal compartments and steel smoke stacks, while many gas grills offer special fuel tank compartments and grid-based burner controls.
Many Master Forge charcoal grills, such as the Master Forge 32 Inch Charcoal Grill, offer enameled cast iron cooking grates, which can withstand the constant heat from the charcoal fire source. It also contains stainless steel accents, such as on the lid handle and the rods connecting the service trays to the main unit. Charcoal models also feature charcoal housing compartments at the bottom, with special access doors that allow the addition or removal of coals without the need to take off the actual grill. These units also typically include wheels, with the 32-inch model featuring two large wheels and two swivel casters.
The gas models of Master Forge grills contain burners which connect to a gas intake line. It is possible to connect a propane or liquid fuel tank to these lines or to a natural gas line from a house pipe on certain models. These models also feature ignition switches and separate burner dials to control different areas of the grill.