John Wayne Charcoal - Hardwood - All Natural | Fire & Flavor
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John Wayne Charcoal

$11.99

Inspired by one of the most authentic characters in America’s history, John Wayne Stock & Supply charcoal is the highest quality charcoal on the market today. Made from Oak & Hickory in the U.S.A., these charcoal briquetes are great for any barbeque where flavor is important.

‘Burn Ridges’ create better air flow for quicker lighting.

Authentic. Straightforward. Honest. Just like the man himself.

A portion of all sales are donated to The John Wayne Cancer Foundation.

John Wayne Cancer Foundation

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John Wayne Charcoal

For flavor that’s as natural, rugged, and inspired as the man himself, try John Wayne Charcoal. On the grill, in the kitchen, or around the campfire, Fire & Flavor’s John Wayne Rubs and Charcoal impart flavor perfect for your favorite meats, seafood, vegetables, and family recipes. Fire & Flavor’s co-founder Davis Knox worked with Ethan Wayne to develop this signature collection of products to honor the man who represented so well our American heritage. A portion of proceeds benefit the John Wayne Cancer Foundation. Learn more by watching this video.

Why ruin that top quality steak or salmon by cooking over low quality charcoal? Use our premium charcoal to bring unbelievable wood-grilled flavor to your favorite foods. ‘Made in the USA’ produces better flavor and does not spark as much as imported charcoals.

Briquet style charcoals are great for ‘slow and low’ style BBQ cooking.

Great for use with our all natural fire starters. Watch this quick video to learn how to light our charcoal with our all-natural fire starters.

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Weight 128 oz
Dimensions 8 x 5 x 20 in

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