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Old 07-08-2013, 07:21 PM   #1
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Join Date: 02-07-11
Location: brenham, texas
Default Who makes HEB grand champion briquettes?

Anyone have a clue. There is no information anywhere on the web. I have really taken a liking to these briquettes. They do not make any off flavor or smell whatsoever and burn a long time. Downside you only get one use out of whatever you put in the charcoal basket. They crumple after any use if you try to sift like I do with lump. Use them in my smokey joe all the time. I use about 50/50 wicked good/grand champion. It's a nice slow burning mixture that really works well In my vault. I'm at the poolhall right now while ribs are Cookin. This is wha it's doin.
When I left

2 hrs later in the pool hall
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