Thanks for your post.So, I just found this and it says for "in store purchase only" and only one store near me shows it in stock.
Before you guys loaded up on a bunch of bags of this, buy one pair and use it first. I would not recommend for low and slow. Seems to burn fast once it's lit and very ashy.....but works great for burgers and other fast cooks.Thanks for your post.
My local WM shows it in stock at $8.88 for twins. I've used it before and thought it was pretty decent. I'm good on lump, running low on briqs.
Couldn't find any at my local store. Lots of Christmas stuff though.
Can't go in or out the garden area doors now, must use main doors.
Weber has been selling charcoal consistently in UK and Europe for many years. They’ve been in and out of the business here in the US several times over the past 25 years.I live in the UK (Channel Islands) and use Weber briquettes for my WSM nd kettles. I have asked Weber whether they intend to keep supplying the UK and European markets- they confirmed that they will continue to do so.
Weber didn’t manufacture the charcoal they sold in the US this last go-around, I doubt they manufacture the charcoal they sell outside the US. There are a wide variety of charcoals for sale on Amazon.uk, I assume it’s the same throughout the rest of Europe. Lots of lump charcoal, probably sourced from around the world.Are there other charcoal manufacturers in Europe besides Weber?
Thanks Chris. Fair to say I think we can’t get a lot of the US brands locally that I see mentioned on the forum by many American members. But there are good localised options for briquettes and a lot of specialised lumpwood options for those that choose them. Personally I really like the Weber briquettes as I’ve found that they burn hot and last very well. Minion method and careful vent management has been very reliable for my WSM. Hopefully I have stock piled enough to last for the next six months......Weber has been selling charcoal consistently in UK and Europe for many years. They’ve been in and out of the business here in the US several times over the past 25 years.