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Old 02-17-2010, 05:08 AM   #1
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Default GFS Briquettes-Any good?

Hello. Was walking through GFS today picking up some spices when I seen their charcoal. 20 lb. bag for 7.29. Didn't seem like a bad deal. Not great but not bad either.

Anybody know anything about these? It says "Hardwood" Briqs on the bag but I don't know exactly what that means. I was gonna nab some up but was worried that it was more like BB Kingsford, which I am not a huge fan of.

Anybody know anything about this charcoal?

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Old 02-17-2010, 05:29 AM   #2
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Hello. Was walking through GFS today picking up some spices when I seen their charcoal. 20 lb. bag for 7.29. Didn't seem like a bad deal. Not great but not bad either.

Anybody know anything about these? It says "Hardwood" Briqs on the bag but I don't know exactly what that means. I was gonna nab some up but was worried that it was more like BB Kingsford, which I am not a huge fan of.

Anybody know anything about this charcoal?

Thanks.
Brandon
I use the GFS lump and I like it... Some say it's the same as Royal Oak. I would assume the same would be on the briquettes.
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I use the GFS lump and I like it... Some say it's the same as Royal Oak. I would assume the same would be on the briquettes.
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