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    TVWBB Pro V_Rocco's Avatar
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    I've never noticed an odd smell with KBB myself, but I've only been using it for almost my entire life (I'm a young 56). Maybe it's because I'm just a newcomer?
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    I picked up a bag at Target today, but the cashier had to manually enter the correct price reduction.

    I will try this briquette, exclusively, on my next smoke.
    Last edited by Rusty James; 07-19-2017 at 12:36 PM.
    18.5", 18.5", 14.5", & Royal Oak Lump / Briquettes

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    I might go see if I can find some around here, I am feeling an itch for a brisket!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Correll View Post
    Weber charcoal is starting to get cleared out of some Target stores.
    My check this morning shows 9 stores in my area have dropped it to $9.98 per bag.
    Not sure how accurate brickseek is, and not sure if i should get a few bags now or wait to see if it goes lower, I do really like it, but not at a buck a pound.
    Put in your zip code to check your area.
    http://brickseek.com/target-inventor...ku=009-06-1387
    All the targets in Arizona that have it in stock are showing $19.95
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    Lowe.s & Target are still full price around here. My local Home Depot doesn't stock it anymore.
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    Got a bag at Home Depot - full price though.

    Will be testing this on a full cook brisket this weekend.

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    Found a Charlotte location selling it for 5.98 a bag. That's about 30 cents a pound. 23 bags in stock.

    Target
    8830 Albemarle Rd
    Charlotte, NC 28227-2616
    18.5", 18.5", 14.5", & Royal Oak Lump / Briquettes

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