Weber Briquettes is rated out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MRBIGFISH from BEST ON THE MARKET I've been using Weber briquettes for quite awhile now in my WSM. Started out with the usual suspects and found the amount of waste disturbing, let alone what I might be feeding my family. Is just very suspect. The Weber briq’s burn long, hot & consistent. My formula is a layer of Weber briq’s on the bottom grate, fill with hi quality lump, make my donut hole, and light a small chimney of Weber briq’s to start my WSM. I can go 12hrs easy! If I go pure Weber, briqs, even longer. I have an 18” WSM and have made some of the best brisket, pork butt, beef ribs, sausage & chicken. All to die for. The only issue I have, is my big box doesn’t have them anymore. THEY ARE AWESOME!!
Date published: 2018-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nsmitchell from Best charcoal for indirect smoking I’ve used Kingsford charcoal for years and when smoking I could only get them to last about 6 or 7 hours. The Weber charcoal is much more dense and gives a longer more consistent burn. I was able to not only smoke a pork butt for 8 or 9 hours, but the charcoal was still burning and I threw baked beans on the smoker for a couple of hours and they came out nice and hot and bubbly. I’m never buying anything but Weber charcoal ever again.
Date published: 2018-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by veener79 from Even temps for the long smoke Omg did my first overnight smoke. On top of that first time using weber for fuel. This stuff blows my mind. Once I got the smoker dialed in temps did not change more then 10deg all night. After 12 hours the picture shows how much fuel I have left. Just added the cherry for the kielbasa I was tossed on. My WSM 22.5" ran for 22 hours. I also used it for my charcoal Q grill. Even after all that cooking I still have 2-3lbs of a 20lb bag left.
Date published: 2018-05-06
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