Hardwood Lump Charcoal

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Good grilling folks.
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Weber has a nice grill with a propane ignitor and tank built in. And it has a storage bin and stainless table all in one. You lift the table top the gas valve and ignitor are right there and thats it, easy and well made. Plus it has a removable ash holder and a cleaner device inside, no more tipping the grill to clean. Got it at hd I was tired of messing with charcoal till this came out.
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