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Old 02-15-2020, 07:13 AM   #31
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My apologies. I meant Royal Oak All Natural. .



I have used several types of RO briqs. The Natural is my favorite. The Premium briqs actually suck in my opinion. I can't believe that RO has lowered their standards that much just to sell in WalMart...
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Old 02-15-2020, 08:22 AM   #32
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Royal Oak All Natural from Walmart is probably my favorite now that Weber/Stubbs can no longer be sourced. It is supposedly the exact same as Chefs Select.

I like the Royal Oak that comes in the double pack of Red White Blue bags at Walmart as well. I use it mainly for day to day cooking. I use the All Natural for comps and comp practice.
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The only place I have found B&B Briquettes is Academy. They carry a nice line of B&B products down this way.
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Royal Oak All Natural from Walmart is probably my favorite now that Weber/Stubbs can no longer be sourced. It is supposedly the exact same as Chefs Select.

I like the Royal Oak that comes in the double pack of Red White Blue bags at Walmart as well. I use it mainly for day to day cooking.
I use the All Natural for comps and comp practice.



As long as you don't try to reuse the coals...
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As long as you don't try to reuse the coals...

Interesting. Can't say that I've tried with those. No bueno?
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The only place I have found B&B Briquettes is Academy. They carry a nice line of B&B products down this way.
If you have Ace Hardware nearby, you should be able to get just about anything B&B makes. They can order it for you if it’s not in stock - I spent about 45 seconds in the store picking up 4 bags of briquettes last time, even got help carrying it to my car to make it in one trip.
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Looks like you can purchase the Weber briquettes online at Walmart and Tru Value and have them shipped to your local store for those that like them.
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Another vote for Weber as being the briq with no equal. It's not even close, imo.

When I need high heat for a few hours on the 26, I dump a lit chimney of it into the SNS (1.0) and I'm all set.

I still have a few bags from the big clearance sale a couple of years ago. Was that Target?
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+1 on Royal Oak Chef's Select, buy online, ship to Do-It-Best stores. I agree the Weber briqs are awesome, but expensive and hard to find.
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Right now I'm using the Weber ones I got on clearance last year at Lowe's but I usually use KBB. I ran out of all that I had stockpiled and will have to get some more when it goes on sale.
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opening my last bag of stubbs bought 30 last year at 4.00 bucks a bag
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Well this is more....
Much more than I ever thought I would get out of a fairly simple question and I am loving it.

Regardless, Are these the Weber Briquettes some of you are talking about?

Also I wouldn't mind trying these RO All Natural briqs but I do NOT support Walmart.

How does Amazon not have them but Walmart does?
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Well this is more....
Much more than I ever thought I would get out of a fairly simple question and I am loving it.

Regardless, Are these the Weber Briquettes some of you are talking about?
And then there's this guy

Also I wouldn't mind trying these RO All Natural briqs but I do NOT support Walmart.

How does Amazon not have them but Walmart does?
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Well this is more....
Much more than I ever thought I would get out of a fairly simple question and I am loving it.

Regardless, Are these the Weber Briquettes some of you are talking about?
And then there's this guy

Also I wouldn't mind trying these RO All Natural briqs but I do NOT support Walmart.

How does Amazon not have them but Walmart does?
Good question. But not sure any of us has an definitive answer. My guess is it’s probably a contract between Walmart and RO. If Walmart doesn’t work for you (RO All Natural) find a place close that sells the Chefs select. I’ve heard it’s exactly the same and price wise is nearly identical to Walmart’s RO All Natural when you take into account the price/size of the bag.
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What -if any- are the differences between these two?

Other than the packaging...
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