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Going Rate on Lump Charcoal
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edited November -1
I'm living in Oregon and having a hard time finding Lump Charcoal and then when I do it's running upwards of $2.00 per pound. Any one in Oregon who has a lump charcoal supplier near them?
Have you tried the big box stores? Home Depot, Lowe's, Wal-Mart. Watch out, though, for the 100% Hardwood charcoal having the word "briquettes" in small letters on the front of the packaging.
I have a tough time as well. Not getting the Cowboy crap at Lowes, but getting GOOD charcoal. But the good news is you can purchase some of the best direct.
You can get Wicked Good striaght from Disti or at retail. Looks like you have an option up in Wash.
Check it out....
sells ozark oak at .90 per pound with free shipping on 100 buck orders.
I grill therefore I am.....not hungy.
I bought two bags of (US) Royal Oak (10 lbs each) at Walmart for $13. I haven't tried it yet.
I am now into my first bag on Royal Oak, and it is very good, and inexpensive.
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I have located very good charcoal at Cash and Carry stores in Oregon 40 lb bag of Mesquite for under $15.00. pieces are all sizes but very good product
GFS food stores $12.99 20 lb excellent
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I buy my Best of the West mesquite lump in 40# bags at Smart & Final for under 15.00. For the price ya cant beat it!!!!! Ken
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