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Weber briquettes or B&B briquettes?

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    Weber briquettes or B&B briquettes?

    Anyone know of any comparisons? I've seen the video where B&B briquettes easily tops Kingsford Professional, but I suspect Weber would beat B&B briquettes!
    Last edited by JoeInTX; May 22, 2020, 05:51 PM.

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    I’ve compared B&B lump to Weber briquettes, and Weber beat the B&B Lump in that test - 12 hours versus 10 hours burn time in the SNS at 225F. I think B&B briquettes might burn longer than their lump, but have not gotten a bag yet to test it out.

    My testing was all in the Slow ‘N Sear in a Weber kettle.

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      #3
      I’ve used both and would use either again. But I would have to say I like the Weber briquettes best. They gave me a more consistent and longer burn. The only problem I had with the B&B was when trying to get them above 325 for a chicken Cook on my 26” kettle. But for lower temps both were great.

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        Originally posted by JoeInTX View Post
        Anyone know of any comparisons? I've seen the video where B&B briquettes easily tops Kingsford Professional, but I suspect Weber would beat B&B briquettes!
        I'd go with B&B. I've tried Weber and it's good but B&B burns a little cleaner. Far as I know B$B maybe the cleanest burning charcoal briquette out that I know of.

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          #5
          Here is something FishTalesNC posted the other day. https://www.virtualweberbullet.com/k...urn-test-2017/

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          • HawkerXP
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            Ooospie, you said Weber and B&B.

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          How about this one? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuvyeQ6H4pc

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            Originally posted by HawkerXP View Post
            I've seen that one. Weber charcoal briquettes are not part of the comparison.

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