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Wood blocks for smoking.

Started by Eoin, September 04, 2015, 01:15:10 PM

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johnrm

I spotted all sorts of wood for smoking in the Pavilion Garden Centre, Ballygarvan, Cork.
No idea cost though I don't think it will be cheap.
http://www.thepavilion.ie/
(021) 488 8134

Kevco5

I've picked up small bags of woodchips in my local Dealz store, there's a good variety; applewood, beech, hickory etc.

dcalnan

The Weber wood chunks are only around €9 for 1.5kg, but they're brilliant, only use two or three chunks when smoking, they sell them at a good few of the "premium" garden centres now. Their briquettes are good as well.

cruiscinlan

Quote from: Eoin on September 07, 2015, 12:54:16 PM
I'm buying a smoker, there's one on offer somewhere, as soon as I have secured one I'll post it to the general NHC public, but I can't buy one for another few days, so I don't want to be the victim of publicising it too early.

What smoker did you get in the end Eoin?

Jacob

Got most of the wood I'm using for smoking in:

The Hire Shop
Summerhill Rd
Dunboyne

oblivious

Quote from: Jacob on July 20, 2017, 09:26:59 AM
Got most of the wood I'm using for smoking in:

The Hire Shop
Summerhill Rd
Dunboyne

Hi, is that wood for smoking? or just their hardwood solid fuel range?

Jacob

Oak, beech & apple. No chemicals. Pure wood. Perfect for smoking. Just tell them what u need it for.
Been a while since I bought any so give them a call and ask if they still sell it.

Will_D

Beechwood smoked eh! Where have I heard that phrase used??
Remember: The Nationals are just round the corner - time to get brewing

nigel_c


oblivious

Quote from: Will_D on July 22, 2017, 01:29:23 PM
Beechwood smoked eh! Where have I heard that phrase used??

bamberg......