** SUPAGRILL Charcoal Briquettes 5Kg now £2.99 @ Wickes **
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** SUPAGRILL Charcoal Briquettes 5Kg now £2.99 @ Wickes **

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Found 26th Aug 2016
Expecting good weather this weekend for a BBQ. Lowest price I could find for charcoal. Free C&C

Supagrill Charcoal Briquettes are made from high quality crushed lumpwood charcoals, which provides an excellent and consistent heat for cooking on. Supagrill Charcoal Briquettes are easy to light, produce a constant heat and are ideal for outdoor barbecues entertaining family and friends

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Good price and decent quality as they do last long enough and are hot for longer than most coal

Same in Home bargains

good price but like Briquettes, do they give off alot of soot when lighting them up ??

OOS every where in London.

PIPS

good price but like Briquettes, do they give off alot of soot when … good price but like Briquettes, do they give off alot of soot when lighting them up ??



Depends on the make.
Lump wood - is pure wood oxidized to make charcoal. Burn hotter for shorter
Briquettes - is compressed wood mixed with chemicals to help it burn. Burns at a lower temp but lasts longer.

I always use a mixture to keep an even high heat.

I always use a

BBQ in the UK is a pretty unpleasant experience - very difficult to have one spontaniously.

Great price thanks

Gollywood

BBQ in the UK is a pretty unpleasant experience - very difficult to have … BBQ in the UK is a pretty unpleasant experience - very difficult to have one spontaniously.


Ok dont think i will bother then

has anyone else found this brand burns out too quickly? the coal seems very light. plus side is that it's ready very quickly but down side it burns out too quickly too

If your after decent briquettes then there's only only brand to buy.....Weber takes 20 mins to hit up and lasts for hours. Absolutely amazing and well worth the additional pennies. £6.49 for 4kg at Homebase

Aussie heat beads I find to be very good. Give less soot than the weber coals and burn at consistent temps. Anyone who says bbq can't be spontaneous is wrong! Get a weber chimney starter and stick a firelighters under it, 20 mins ish you're good to go.

I've never had very good experiences with cheaper briquettes as they burn out very quickly and leave loads of ash to get blown over the food. Heat beads are around £6.50 per 4kg bag, but you don't need to use as much.

alexfn

Ok dont think i will bother then



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Knipknops

If your after decent briquettes then there's only only brand to … If your after decent briquettes then there's only only brand to buy.....Weber takes 20 mins to hit up and lasts for hours. Absolutely amazing and well worth the additional pennies. £6.49 for 4kg at Homebase



So more than just a few additional pennies for less weight....

seanmorris100

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Wonder Woman?

Weber coals unbeatable imo as they last a good 2-3 hours, also recommend a weber chimney starter.

Quick search on Google and you can get 5 x 8KG bags for only £50 delivered.

Weber coals
Edited by: "utopiangames" 27th Aug 2016

Thanks OP, just picked up 5 bags. I use these mixed with lumpwood for long lasting heat for my bbq

Heat beads beat weiner everytime for premium briquettes for those of us that do real low and slow BBQ, lump wood of course better overall but briquettes for unattended snakes.

This supagrill stuff is fine for shorter cooks of 2 hours and under.

Weber not weiner if course
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