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Kingsford 30520 Competition Briquets, 11.1-Pound Bag

I Buy These In The Two-Pack At Costco

daRicksta

Pros: Burns Hot

Cons: Expensive, Coals Start "Shrinking" Before I Dump Them Out Of Chimney

Kingsford's changed the name of this from Competition to Professional. These have been my go-to charcoal briquettes for a few years since, as the title states, Costco sells this in a 2-pack. If you wait for the sale, you're now buying outstanding charcoal at a great price. They burn really hot, but I notices that the briquettes are noticeably smaller if I wait a bit too long before dumping them...
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i only have it casue it was cheap
i only have it casue it was cheap
Good Charcoal.
Good Charcoal.
Love This Stuff!!
Love This Stuff!!
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Kingsford 30520 Competition Briquets, 11.1-Pound Bag

Kingsford 30520 Competition Briquets, 11.1-Pound Bag

“Kingsford's changed the name of this from Competition to Professional. These have been my go-to charcoal briquettes for a few years since, as the title states, Costco sells this in a 2-pack. If you wait for the sale, you're now buying outstanding charcoal at a great price. They burn really hot, but I notices that the briquettes are noticeably smaller if I wait a bit too long before dumping them...” --daRicksta

100% Positive Reviews
Kingsford 71714 Matchlight Briquette

Kingsford 71714 Matchlight Briquette

“I refuse to use this lighter fluid soaked charcoal.......if you're at a tailgate just making burgers n hot dogs, sure you can use it. But personally, it goes against everything I stand for when it comes to grilling and smoking.  All natural lump charcoal or even just your standard Kingsford briquettes are the only way to go. (Stubbs Charcoal also top notch) ” --McLoven1t

0% Positive Reviews
Royal Oak Charcoal Briquettes 20 lb Bag

Royal Oak Charcoal Briquettes 20 lb Bag

“I use this charcoal all of the time! It has a good flavor ,and burns hot and clean. The only thing that I have a problem with is that it burns too fast for low and slow cooks that last over about 3or 4 hours. On the positive side of things it burns clean, and does not  leave a fowl taste or smell in the food like some other name brand charcoals do!!   ” --James1970

85% Positive Reviews
Stubb's Charcoal Briquettes

Stubb's Charcoal Briquettes

“Love Stubbs barbecue sauce and then came across the briquettes at my local Lowes, it's a great charcoal if you're not using Lump. Inexpensive and quality briquettes.  Definitely worth a try. ” --McLoven1t

100% Positive Reviews
Kingsford Charcoal - 71725 18Lb Charcoal Briquets

Kingsford Charcoal - 71725 18Lb Charcoal Briquets

“I really am not a fan of this charcoal. as soon as my last bag is used, i will be going back to lump ” --TheChefSLC

33% Positive Reviews
Kingsford 71704 Mesquite Briquettes

Kingsford 71704 Mesquite Briquettes

Each briquette contains high quality mesquite wood that smokes while burning to infuse your food with an unbeatable smoky taste. Ready to cook in about 15 minutes, longer burn time, easier lighting. 17 lb.

Nature-Glo Charcoal Briquettes 20 lb Bag

Nature-Glo Charcoal Briquettes 20 lb Bag

“ Been using Nature's Grilling or Royal Oak's Chef Select.  Compared to either of these products, this one does not perform.  Lower heat output, which leads to more coal needed and more ash produced.   Definately not impressed.” --Fourthwind

0% Positive Reviews
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