Couldn't pass up this charcoal deal at Costco today (Hanover, MD)


 

Rick Poch

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I'm not a fan of Cowboy lump, at all. .
The briquettes, however, are a different story. I've used them in the past, with great results.
I think I have enough socked away to get through the winter 😉
 

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SparkyThomas

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I'm not a fan of Cowboy lump, at all. .
The briquettes, however, are a different story. I've used them in the past, with great results.
I think I have enough socked away to get through the winter 😉
I grabbed three of the 2 packs of these at my local Costco. They are out now, but I really hope they stock them next year. I always liked Stubbs bricks (at least for grilling) and I've heard these are the same thing.
 

Brian Thomas

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I wonder if Costco is replacing their K-Pro 18lb twin packs with this? If so, I'll definitely buy some when it goes on sale sometime next spring after they restock.
 

Scott P.

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I found the same deal at my local Costco this week too. I grabbed five packs. I haven't used these before, but online reviews looked good enough.
 

Michael Richards

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I love the stuff. I get it at Tractor Supply, but for the price I haven't found anything close.
Love it for low and slow and hot and fast.
 

Brian B Atlanta

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I wonder if Costco is replacing their K-Pro 18lb twin packs with this? If so, I'll definitely buy some when it goes on sale sometime next spring after they restock.
Might be a regional thing not sure my Costco only carried K-Pro for briquettes the Cowboy for lump. Have to wait and see next year my Weber supply is down to a year maybe a bit longer man I am going to miss that stuff the best I have ever used.
 

 

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