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Weber Briquettes 8kg £11.49 + £4.95 del - Go Outdoors
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Weber Briquettes 8kg £11.49 + £4.95 del - Go Outdoors

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Posted 30th May

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Great briquettes - perfect for low and slow cooking. Free delivery if spend over £50 online. Also available in-store.
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Marky6730/05/2020 14:13

I’ll stick with it KingK from Lidl at £2.99 for 5k …I’ll stick with it KingK from Lidl at £2.99 for 5kilo🍺🌞🥩


If you’re just cooking Lidl sausages and burgers then that’ll work fine I’m sure.

Wouldn’t fancy trying to smoke a £70 USDA brisket for 14 hours using Lidl briquettes though...
Marky6730/05/2020 14:43

KingK smoke just fine for 9 / 10 hours +, you shouldn’t mock something u …KingK smoke just fine for 9 / 10 hours +, you shouldn’t mock something until you try it and that includes Lidl sausages and burgers!I suppose the Weber bricks make your £70 USDA brisket taste better also!


Lidl charcoal has been found by others to be garbage.

You get what you pay for. Reason cheap briquettes are cheap is because they are full of chemicals and fillers which taint the taste of food cooked using them.

So yes, Weber briquettes will make a difference. Suggest you don’t mock it till you’ve tried it.
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I use the wood I keep for my log burner 🔥 🤑
Anyone used these before- keen to hear what they're like? I'm currently very impressed with the lumpwood charcoal from morrisons which was down from £5 to £3.50 for 5kg. Not sure if it was a local deal (Gyle, Edinburgh)
I use 50/50 and these works fine with charcoal.
Ktread30/05/2020 11:33

Anyone used these before- keen to hear what they're like? I'm currently …Anyone used these before- keen to hear what they're like? I'm currently very impressed with the lumpwood charcoal from morrisons which was down from £5 to £3.50 for 5kg. Not sure if it was a local deal (Gyle, Edinburgh)


I use these or Heat Beads depending on what's on offer. If you need briquettes for your cook then these are the only two I've found that don't contain a load of chemicals which will taint your food. Well worth it.
Order now and if you lucky you can get your order in 3 weeks or never
Best briquettes I’ve used. These are usually all I use as so consistent and long lasting. Been really difficult to find them recently
Ktread30/05/2020 11:33

Anyone used these before- keen to hear what they're like? I'm currently …Anyone used these before- keen to hear what they're like? I'm currently very impressed with the lumpwood charcoal from morrisons which was down from £5 to £3.50 for 5kg. Not sure if it was a local deal (Gyle, Edinburgh)


Weber briquettes are great. They are so consistent you know how long they will burn for and how hot.they will always burn the same and what hasn't burnt can be used next time much less Ash than cheaper briquettes.
I ordered 5 bags of these yesterday, if it adds £5 on to your order for their discount card, click the bit ‘I don’t have my card’ and it gives you a free temp 7 day card and knocks the £5 back off
How good is a Weber bbq compared to others?
Used last night pretty good. Do click and collect if possible to make a good deal
These are £14.50 at Waitrose instore
They’re good but expensive in all honesty
Fergout30/05/2020 12:22

These are £14.50 at Waitrose instore


And £11.49 at Go Outdoors in store...
cew30/05/2020 12:32

And £11.49 at Go Outdoors in store...


Yeah I was just letting people know. I Don't have a Go Outdoors anywhere near me but two Waitrose stores with two miles
Fergout30/05/2020 12:22

These are £14.50 at Waitrose instore


Thanks for the heads up, picked up 2 bags whilst I was there...
Fergout30/05/2020 12:35

Yeah I was just letting people know. I Don't have a Go Outdoors anywhere …Yeah I was just letting people know. I Don't have a Go Outdoors anywhere near me but two Waitrose stores with two miles


Best briquettes I’ve used, well worth the money, good find OP, heat added! 🏻
I’ll stick with it KingK from Lidl at £2.99 for 5kilo🍺🌞🥩
Marky6730/05/2020 14:13

I’ll stick with it KingK from Lidl at £2.99 for 5k …I’ll stick with it KingK from Lidl at £2.99 for 5kilo🍺🌞🥩


If you’re just cooking Lidl sausages and burgers then that’ll work fine I’m sure.

Wouldn’t fancy trying to smoke a £70 USDA brisket for 14 hours using Lidl briquettes though...
cew30/05/2020 14:33

If you’re just cooking Lidl sausages and burgers then that’ll work fine I’m …If you’re just cooking Lidl sausages and burgers then that’ll work fine I’m sure.Wouldn’t fancy trying to smoke a £70 USDA brisket for 14 hours using Lidl briquettes though...


KingK smoke just fine for 9 / 10 hours +, you shouldn’t mock something until you try it and that includes Lidl sausages and burgers!

I suppose the Weber bricks make your £70 USDA brisket taste better also!
Edited by: "Marky67" 30th May
Marky6730/05/2020 14:43

KingK smoke just fine for 9 / 10 hours +, you shouldn’t mock something u …KingK smoke just fine for 9 / 10 hours +, you shouldn’t mock something until you try it and that includes Lidl sausages and burgers!I suppose the Weber bricks make your £70 USDA brisket taste better also!


Lidl charcoal has been found by others to be garbage.

You get what you pay for. Reason cheap briquettes are cheap is because they are full of chemicals and fillers which taint the taste of food cooked using them.

So yes, Weber briquettes will make a difference. Suggest you don’t mock it till you’ve tried it.
These briquettes are excellent! No added chemicals unlike many other briquettes. They last long and are worth the cost IMO. I’ve tried supermarket alternatives but they’ve just not lasted as long. I wish I had stocked up on more when they were around £7-8 last August.

The average usual price seems to be around £14-15 for the 8kg bag. Occasionally there are some good deals. Thanks for posting OP.

Unfortunately the 20% BlueLight discount won’t work on this as it’s a “WOWdeal” which is excluded.
Edited by: "avecmon" 30th May
avecmon30/05/2020 16:39

These briquettes are excellent! No added chemicals unlike many other …These briquettes are excellent! No added chemicals unlike many other briquettes. They last long and are worth the cost IMO. I’ve tried supermarket alternatives but they’ve just not lasted as long. I wish I had stocked up on more when they were around £7-8 last August. The average usual price seems to be around £14-15 for the 8kg bag. Occasionally there are some good deals. Thanks for posting OP. Unfortunately the 20% BlueLight discount won’t work on this as it’s a “WOWdeal” which is excluded.


Same here, I got 4 last year and on the last bit of the last bag
Perceived quality to burn on the perceived quality BBQ
Edited by: "George_Rogers" 30th May
cew30/05/2020 14:50

Lidl charcoal has been found by others to be garbage.You get what you pay …Lidl charcoal has been found by others to be garbage.You get what you pay for. Reason cheap briquettes are cheap is because they are full of chemicals and fillers which taint the taste of food cooked using them.So yes, Weber briquettes will make a difference. Suggest you don’t mock it till you’ve tried it.



Snake oil.
George_Rogers30/05/2020 19:26

Perceived quality to burn on the perceived quality BBQ


You seem to exclusively troll threads on HUKD. Suggest you try to find a more constructive way to entertain yourself during lockdown.
Marky6730/05/2020 20:59

Snake oil.


I think we should agree to disagree. I will stick to the opinion of various experts in BBQ as opposed to a random HUKD commenter
My two-pennies as a hobbyist: I have done a number of smokes these past couple of years with a slow n sear on my Weber kettle 54. about 1.5 - 2kg of these briquettes give you around 6-8 hours of cooking time at 200-350F.
I did a 2kg Chuck last weekend high and fast in 5 hours. I closed the vents down to starve the remaining briquettes of oxygen. When I checked later, I still have about 1/3 of my slow n sear filled with briquettes.
So yes, I trust Weber because of the consistency of cooking times and temperatures. I've also never had a bad experience with flavour, even if they are a little pricier than the cheaper brands.
This is quality stuff. Highly recommended.
Not sure why this is cold.
• Order 5 for free delivery
• Click and collect any amount
This is a great price for a great product and wouldn't cook 'low and slow' with anything else. The difference in price per kg is a false saving by the quantity you need to purchase and also the time spent adjusting for cooling and heating.
Keith3331/05/2020 14:45

Not sure why this is cold. • Order 5 for free delivery • Click and collect …Not sure why this is cold. • Order 5 for free delivery • Click and collect any amount This is a great price for a great product and wouldn't cook 'low and slow' with anything else. The difference in price per kg is a false saving by the quantity you need to purchase and also the time spent adjusting for cooling and heating.


There needs to be a spin off website “Cheap UK Deals” so that everyone who wants cheap rubbish can hang out there.

Then decent deals on quality goods won’t get consistently buried on HUKD.
every time i try to buy it adds a discount card for £5 pushing the price up ,driving me nuts ,iremove and again on checkout it adds the fiver back on
hobert731/05/2020 19:07

every time i try to buy it adds a discount card for £5 pushing the price …every time i try to buy it adds a discount card for £5 pushing the price up ,driving me nuts ,iremove and again on checkout it adds the fiver back on


That’s how Go Outdoors works unfortunately. £5/year membership required to buy their products at the discounted prices.
hobert731/05/2020 19:07

every time i try to buy it adds a discount card for £5 pushing the price …every time i try to buy it adds a discount card for £5 pushing the price up ,driving me nuts ,iremove and again on checkout it adds the fiver back on



I ordered 5 bags of these yesterday, if it adds £5 on to your order for their discount card, click the bit ‘I don’t have my card’ and it gives you a free temp 7 day card and knocks the £5 back off
Keith3331/05/2020 14:45

Not sure why this is cold. • Order 5 for free delivery • Click and collect …Not sure why this is cold. • Order 5 for free delivery • Click and collect any amount This is a great price for a great product and wouldn't cook 'low and slow' with anything else. The difference in price per kg is a false saving by the quantity you need to purchase and also the time spent adjusting for cooling and heating.


Exactly. I always use these so found it a good opportunity to stock up and take advantage of free delivery. Good price, especially at the moment.
Again don't know why the cold votes. Voted hot as these are the best price available at present.
Has anyone ordered these and had them delivered without any issues? I've only used them once last year and delivery took a while, so just wondering how they're doing with the current situation?

I don't really need 5 bags (that'll last 2-3 years) but Amazon have had no stock for weeks now and alot of other places don't. Weber have them at full price but it's 3 bags minimum and with the delivery charge I might as well get 5 from here.
Pezza2u15/06/2020 11:08

Has anyone ordered these and had them delivered without any issues? I've …Has anyone ordered these and had them delivered without any issues? I've only used them once last year and delivery took a while, so just wondering how they're doing with the current situation?I don't really need 5 bags (that'll last 2-3 years) but Amazon have had no stock for weeks now and alot of other places don't. Weber have them at full price but it's 3 bags minimum and with the delivery charge I might as well get 5 from here.


Mine arrived fine. Took 1-2 weeks from what I recall.
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