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2 x 12kg Restaurant Charcoal @ B&Q - £20
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Posted 24th Aug

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2 x 12kg bags of restaurant quality charcoal. I bought this previously only for £15 a bag and even on amazon it’s £30 for 2 bags, so seems really good

The quality of this charcoal is so much better than the cheap briquettes.
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Reviews aren’t promising
COUPONKEV24/08/2019 17:51

Reviews aren’t promising


Well, like any film, you can be your own judge I’m sure. I’ve had it before (from Liverpool Pallets) and it was great. The smokehouse local to me uses it or similar
Is it in store only? Comes up as £24 on click n collect, despite having ‘multi buy’ on the picture.
How do these compare to Weber briquettes?
SomebodE24/08/2019 20:45

How do these compare to Weber briquettes?


Like apples and pears sorry
Mathieu_24/08/2019 22:47

Like apples and pears sorry


In what way? Genuine question.
SomebodE24/08/2019 22:48

In what way? Genuine question.


Lump wood and briquettes are completely different materials ...one is manufactured from cardboard and not sure what else and pressed in to blocks, one is actually bits of tree ...both have their place though.
I use small lump wood for a quick to get going, short duration BBQ, and a mix of big lump wood and Webber briquettes for a more long burning bbq. For Smoking you probably want this stuff. But there are plenty on here who know more than me. Hope that helps
Mathieu_24/08/2019 22:53

Lump wood and briquettes are completely different materials ...one is …Lump wood and briquettes are completely different materials ...one is manufactured from cardboard and not sure what else and pressed in to blocks, one is actually bits of tree ...both have their place though. I use small lump wood for a quick to get going, short duration BBQ, and a mix of big lump wood and Webber briquettes for a more long burning bbq. For Smoking you probably want this stuff. But there are plenty on here who know more than me. Hope that helps


Thanks, it helps - sort of... the stuff in the OP is lumpwood?
I use Weber because it doesn’t have the rubbish in the briquettes apparently (Carbonized wood, starch and water).

For clarity, I’m talking about Weber Briquettes and not Weber Lumpwood, if that makes a difference to your explanation. I’ve not tried Weber lumpwood so no idea what that’s like.
Edited by: "SomebodE" 24th Aug
hot180524/08/2019 20:23

Is it in store only? Comes up as £24 on click n collect, despite having …Is it in store only? Comes up as £24 on click n collect, despite having ‘multi buy’ on the picture.


Instore and online I believe,
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