Charcoal: Briquette vs Lump – Choosing the Right Charcoal for Grilling and Smoking

Charcoal: Briquette vs Lump

Briquette Charcoal vs Lump Charcoal – When to use the right charcoal for smoking and grilling. When to use lump charcoal and when to use briquette charcoal. I like to use different charcoal for different grills. I also like to use different charcoal for smoking and when I am grilling. I talk about the differences in charcoal and charcoal tips. Malcom Reed Connect on Facebook Follow me on Twitter Subscribe to my YouTube Channel Find me on Google+ Follow me on Instagram Buy Killer Hogs Products Here Charcoal: Briquette vs Lump

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8 responses to “Charcoal: Briquette vs Lump – Choosing the Right Charcoal for Grilling and Smoking”

  1. Thank you for taking the time to explain your experience to us .

  2. Tim says:

    I feel like I waste charcoal/coal when smoking. I have an offset smoker and I think the temp might be harder to control. Still, for a long smoke, like for a brisket, what quantity of charcoal might a person expect to use?

    Thanks – Tim

  3. Kevin Cabelus says:

    Hey Malcom,

    I’m a beginner for smoking meat. So I was wondering what do you recommend for decent charcoal smoker to start with?

  4. Big Butts Bbq says:

    Hi Malcom my name is Tim Harper. I started Competing in the Georgia barbecue association events last year. I did six or seven events and never placed last in any of them . So for the first time cooker I guess that was pretty good ; I guess my question is none of those guys are willing to help me with a flavor profile .I can understand that because I’m competing against them ;could you give me some advice on what to use for injection. Any help would be greatly appreciated !

  5. Darren Heimbuch says:

    Good Morning, Sir.

    I am helping with smoking a whole hog for a Bachler party. This will be my first time. Looking for any tips.

    Thank you,

    Darren Heimbuch

    P.S. Killer Hogs “The Rub” is is my go to rub for all my pork.

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