Price per LB for hardwood charcoal?

Discussion in 'Slicers, Grinders, Tools, Equipment' started by foozer, Feb 4, 2008.

  1. foozer

    foozer Meat Mopper

    What do you pay for a pound of hardwood charcoal? And what brand do you use?
  2. k5yac

    k5yac Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    I use Ozark Oak at $4 for a 10lb bag, or 40 cents a pound. Even though I've only tried a few other brands, I like it real well. It burns even and burns hot, and doesn't fill my firebox with ashes in 2 hours. Made in Arkansas I believe and I plan to keep using it.

    Here is a site that rates lump charcoal. Ozark Oak is ranked #1 (another reason I tried it), but there are several good brands, and these guys provide some thorough commentary and pics.
  3. bbq bubba

    bbq bubba Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Rancher Charcoal...$2.99 a 20# bag at HD.............good luck finding any!! [​IMG]
  4. peculiarmike

    peculiarmike Master of the Pit OTBS Member

    Best Choice lump marketed by Associated Wholesale Grocers. $3.99 10 lbs.
    Royal Oak in a generic package.
  5. k5yac

    k5yac Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    I must add that I too use Rancher briquets from Home Depot. A pretty good deal at $2.99 per 20#. I mostly use this on my grill, but I like it too.
  6. goobi99

    goobi99 Meat Mopper

    ive been looking for the rancher charcoal for 4 months. home depot down here in south fla doesnt carry it anymore[​IMG] .anyone know where to get it?
  7. goobi99

    goobi99 Meat Mopper

    theyre killin me!!! that stuff worked great and it was cheap! good flavor too!
  8. goobi99

    goobi99 Meat Mopper

    i think i have an update on that original charcoal. tried emailing response tried calling the phone #s on their site longer in service.. i would take that to mean they are maybe out of business?[​IMG]

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