What are Heat Beads® BBQ Briquettes made of?

November 15, 2016

Australians love to BBQ, it brings families and friends together around a warm fire to enjoy good company, and to grill great tasting food. There are few things as rewarding as having your favourite cold beverage in one hand, and a pair of BBQ tongs in the other, while surrounded by friends and family on a special occasion. Grilling food over a BBQ is an art form, and any seasoned BBQ chef will tell you that the choice of fuel matters, if you want to do ‘it’ right.

Certain types of coal burn hotter than others, it’s true, but most folks aren’t aware of that. In fact, the temperature that BBQ briquettes generate directly affects the way food such as meat is cooked on the grill. Similarly, some charcoal BBQ briquettes produce more smoke than others, which can, and usually does, affects the taste of food in a way that is undesired. Taking all this into consideration, it is no wonder why more and more people are choosing to use Heat Beads BBQ Briquettes for their BBQ fuel.

Seasoned Grillers Choose Charcoal Heat Beads BBQ Briquettes

Grilling isn’t easy, even if you are not new to barbecuing, as lighting an adjusting temperature of certain types of charcoal can be a challenge, not to mention trying to control flare-ups and maintain airflow. This is especially true when using lump charcoal. Many people who begin grilling notice very quickly that not all charcoal burns the same, and the amount of smoke produced from various brands negatively affects the food being cooked.

Also, lump coal often produces flare-ups that cause the temperature of the fire to rise and fall, which can unexpectedly char certain foods, such as vegetables and fish. These are just some of the reasons why seasoned grillers choose to use Heat Beads BBQ Briquettes, instead of lump coal.

Lump coal uses wood pieces to make charcoal, and these often contain dirt and sap which contributes to flare-ups. Heat Beads BBQ Briquettes are made by crushing and grinding charcoal, and then adding a binder to the mix, such as natural starch. The mixture is then pressed into compact little briquettes.

In this way, Heat Beads BBQ Briquettes burn at a consistent temperature, burn longer, and produce only a little smoke, and that equates to better tasting food.

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