is continually evolving as outdoor living styles evolve. As people spend more time outdoors in the evening entertaining and eating, the need for new types of outdoor lighting change. Barbeque lights are a type of outdoor lighting that didn't exist fifty years ago. Images of a man holding a flashlight in his mouth while grilling over a charcoal grill feel like ancient times in today's world of outdoor kitchens and gas grills that cost as much as stoves. As grilling evolved, so did the need and design of barbeque lights and grill lighting. Today's barbeque lights can feature batteries or solar panels so no electrical wiring is needed. Others are hardwired. These are perfect for grills that are part of outdoor kitchens and are permanently installed.
The Focus Industries FC-BQ-03-FD barbeque light
, seen here, is a great example of a barbeque light for a gas grill. The goosneck lamp has the ability to swivel, raise and lower to light the grill and side area as needed. This barbeque light attaches to the grill so it doesn't take up a lot of valuable table surface. Clamp lights like this one can also be easily removed if needed during cleaning of the grill. Barbeque lights don't need to be fancy or have a lot of flourishes. Simple designs like this one get the job done so the grilling can get done and supper can be put on the table.