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    Kingsford alternative?

    I usually use the Kingsford Professional briquets sold at Costco in the big 2-pack bag. But I am wondering if there is another briquet that people like out there. Apologies if this is covered in another thread. I made at least a cursory attempt to find one including typing "Charcoal" and "briquets" into the search.

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    I don't use briquettes myself, but a lot of folks like B&B.

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      #3
      I like Kingsford Pro and the Costco price is great. My go to alternative is Cowboy briquettes

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        #4
        B & B Briquets are great if you can find them. I find them overkill for a quick grill.

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          Let’s see B&B has already been mentioned. You can try Weber or Royal Oak all natural hardwood it comes in a brown bag I think it’s a bit better than the red bag one and probably the cheapest and easiest to find.

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