Barbies BBQ Fuel

Barbies Barbecue fuel is the new eco-friendly alternative to imported lumpwood or briquette charcoal, giving off a subtle wood aroma for a fuller flavour.  It is very clean to handle, long lasting and an easier to use alternative to conventional charcoal. Barbies BBQ Fuel is clean, easy to light, easy to handle and gives a similar cooking experience to normal charcoal.

  • Available in three 5kg trays
  • Made in  UK, unlike the majority of other BBQ fuel products available
  • Very clean to handle, not black and dirty like charcoal
  • Easy to light with firelighters or kindling
  • Long cooking time - up to 2 to 3 hours depending on BBQ equipment
  • Great flavouring to cooked food due to the purity of the wood used, no chemicals, binders or additives to the fuel
  • Low ash residue which is compostable


Barbies BBQ Fuel
£19.95
The Barbies BBQ Fuel contains 3 x 5kg trays. Product must be kept dry..
The Barbies BBQ Fuel contains 3 x 5kg trays. Product must be kept...
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CLEAN, SUSTAINABLE, BRITISH WOODFUEL SOLUTIONS

Our range of wood fuel products are manufactured by BSW Energy in the UK. Whether you are looking to buy Hotties Heat logs, Mini Heatlogs, Pizazz or Barbies BBQ briquettes you can be rest assured that all of the sawdust and chips that are used in the manufacturing process are sourced in the UK from sustainably managed forests. We are a BSL Authorised supplier and also Woodsure accredited by HETAS which means our fuels are certified to be both safe and efficient. Our versatile, clean and efficient wood fuel ranges are available for nationwide delivery.

Our Hotties start as wood chips with a 50% moisture content.
A grinder then breaks the chips down into smaller wood particles.
A biomass boiler heats air to 400°C and powers the dryer.
This dryer tosses the chips and ensures an 8% moisture content.
The wood particles are taken from the dryer and fed in a hopper.
They then go into an extruder before being compressed at 350°C
This melts lignin in the wood and binds Hotties together naturally.
Hotties are cut to 200mm, dropped on a conveyor belt and packaged.