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Unread 04-24-2013, 10:19 PM   #6
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They're not great like their lump but are still good. The briquettes are make from lump dust and a natural binder. Compared to other high end briquettes the WG are light and tend to fall apart if you want to use them again. They burn hot. Also, like most lump, the ash is light so it flys around when you open a kettle lid.

If your aim is a high end briquette I would skip them and find k comp or stubbs.

In fact, if you ever come up to Baltimore I'll sell you a bag or two.
How many bags ya got for sale?
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