B & B Pellets

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Cody_Mack

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Anyone use B & B pellets? They work ok for me, and priced great at HEB! But am I missing out, being cheap?

Rick
 
They are a mix type pellet. The base heat wood is Oak, then 30-40% flavor wood.

They are said to be rebranded BBQer's Delight pellets which are some of the better mix pellets. I certainly like them better than most of the other mix pellets because they are 100% wood with no flavor oils. Low ash production too IIRC.

I don't know what you are paying at HEB but Academy Sports has them for good prices around me.
 
I’m new to the pellet game. I’ve been reading a lot on pellets, but like so much else have gone with what I think tastes best. I’d say if you like them and can save some money to stick with them!
 
Anyone use B & B pellets? They work ok for me, and priced great at HEB! But am I missing out, being cheap?

Rick
If they 'work okay' for you, then you're good. You might get a little more smoke flavor with a brand that gives you 100% flavor wood in the product. I like the Lumber Jack product that I can get for $10/20 lb bag locally.
 
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Thanks for the replies everyone. I get the B&B pellets at HEB for $12 something for 20 lb; I think Buc-ee’s has them cheap, too.

I think I finally got the grill dialed in where it’s producing smoke like it should, but I’d say all the issues I’ve had were Operator or Controller related…lol…not gonna blame it on the fuel of choice.

Rick
 
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