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Royal Oak 100% All Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal

3/5 - inconsistent lump size and burn rate

HardwoodAlchemy

Pros: burns clean, easy to light

Cons: less consistent burn rate than KBB, inconsistent lump size, very dusty

WSM 22.5, charcoal chimney, modified Minion method   I tried a couple bags of RO Hardwood Lump, but have returned to using KBB.   The RO Lump lights easily and burns clean, but I was unable to regulate the heat as well as I can with KBB. The burn rate of RO, at least to me, appeared to be less consistent and often faster than KBB. This may be the result of inconsistent lump size,...
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Cowboy Hardwood Lump Charcoal (23288)

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“     I used this lump for the first time this past weekend. I used it in my Master Forge vertical smoker controlled by an Auber ATC.   I did not use a whole lot, I wanted to see how it would do on a test burn. I just did 4 country ribs at 225f for about 6 hours, there was enough left so I did 1 small slab of bacon at 160-180f for about 4 hours.   I shout it down...” --ButtBurner

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Rockwood’s pure lump charcoal comes from premium Missouri oak, hickory and maple, so it’s free from chemicals, fillers, binders and other impurities. Its rich wood aroma complements the natural flavor of meats, fish and poultry. It’s that simple.

The Good-One™ 20 lb. Natural Hardwood Lump Charcoal

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“I’ve been running a UDS for about a year now, and it’s hard for me to imagine going back to a SFB style smoker. I went through my learning curve with Kingsford Blue Bag for the most part (on sale at Sam’s), and tried a couple different lump charcoals in between, but always ended up favoring the briquettes because they’re so low maintenance. I was amazed that I could set...” --ThunderDome

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