First Weber pellets

bbqking

Well-known member
Joined
Mar 2, 2020
Messages
1,382
Reaction score
1,927
Points
113
Location
Phoenix,Az
Grill
EX6, 3, 22” kettles, 18” kettle and a e310 gasser
So I got my first bag of Weber pellets. Need to see what they do here pretty soon. So I have not cared for the flavored pellets I’ve used.
 

Attachments

  • 9633584F-3139-4278-93BC-30EF3B6BD80C.jpeg
    9633584F-3139-4278-93BC-30EF3B6BD80C.jpeg
    556.2 KB · Views: 24
Not sure yet, but the first few cooks I did. I used some treager pellets, and did not like the taste of the meat. So after I’m out of the pellets I have now...about a half of a hopper full...I’ll throw these in, and see how that they work.
 
Not sure yet, but the first few cooks I did. I used some treager pellets, and did not like the taste of the meat. So after I’m out of the pellets I have now...about a half of a hopper full...I’ll throw these in, and see how that they work.
That is a strange outcome. Their pellets are by far the most widely used due to their market share. That said, I would just dump them if the results are not to your liking. Can always mix them in to reclaim the btu’s.
 
These are the one I use use most of the time. 😊
Me too. Oh, that means something else now. 😂

I’m a fan of the blends. Premixed or hand mixed.
 
Yep I mostly use the Grillmaster blend too. Have some apple, cherry and hickory but haven’t used the cherry or hickory yet. The apple are really mild to me so I’ve been using them more for higher heat shorter cooks.
 
As most of you know, the Weber pellets are smaller in diameter then most. Larger ones can mess up the auger.
 
Back
Top