BBQ Charcoal. 5Kg. £2.99. Briquettes or lumpwood. Bargain!!! Home bargains.
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BBQ Charcoal. 5Kg. £2.99. Briquettes or lumpwood. Bargain!!! Home bargains.

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LocalFound 25th Jul 2017
BBQ charcoal 5Kg for £2.99 is a bargain, it is £5.50 at Tesco! Surely i will get some HEAT (_;)2749296-vpSov

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HEAT granted OP
I'll EyeBallPaul to that! :-P
Heat. Soon be put out by the rain though
I bought a Weber smoker deal posted on here last week. I was so excited not had the chance to use it yet as I don't want to get wet.
Great deal I will be visiting HB in the morning
Got a few at weekend - the lumpwood charcoal. Bottom quarter of the bag, the bits were so small though - almost useless? Bits that would just fall through the grates. Is there any way of using bits so small? I have only had our bbq a week so new to me!!
ellie27

Got a few at weekend - the lumpwood charcoal. Bottom quarter of the bag, … Got a few at weekend - the lumpwood charcoal. Bottom quarter of the bag, the bits were so small though - almost useless? Bits that would just fall through the grates. Is there any way of using bits so small? I have only had our bbq a week so new to me!!



Go for briquettes, lot better burn time
I got some from HB about 3 weeks ago, not the same in the picture though.....total waste of money... useless.
same price in Lidl
packard25th Jul

Go for briquettes, lot better burn time

Ive done 20 hours on a single load of lump
How long you got with your briquettes?
There's now way you got a 20 hour burn from this ****!! Aussie heat beats using snake method is the only way to bother doing it unless you can get some nice big lump wood! LOLZ
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jamiebobski12 h, 31 m ago

There's now way you got a 20 hour burn from this ****!! Aussie heat beats …There's now way you got a 20 hour burn from this ****!! Aussie heat beats using snake method is the only way to bother doing it unless you can get some nice big lump wood! LOLZ

No not this stuff
But i do plenty of 16 to 20+ hour burns using lumpwood charcoal and always have plenty left after for probably the same again but i like to top up just to be sure

Ive NEVER used aussie heat beads and NEVER used the snake method so its definitely not the only way to do it at all
Edited by moderator: "removed swear" 6th Aug 2017
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