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  1. #1
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    Default So, is it just pretty much Royal Oak now?

    With the demise of Ozark Oak, what are you all using now? I can get the Royal Oak lump at walmart (Yes, I know, but I can get it). Any other competitors brands that you are happy with? I sure do miss my Ozark Oak!
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    I'm going between cowboy brand hardwood lump and Stubs briquettes, both from Lowes the cowboy brand is a combo of oak and hickory. I'll mix in the briquettes on longer cooks and throw chunks on top for smoke.
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  3. #3
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    I use Royal Oak almost exclusively in my drum and grill.

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  4. #4
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    I use Best Choice lump. It's Royal Oak in a different bag, sold by AG stores, Apple Market, Country Mart, Price Chopper, others.
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  5. #5
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    Mike is spot on. In Oklahoma, they have it at Homeland, sold as "Best Choice". Also, "The Good One" sold at Ace is decent.
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  6. #6
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    We never had Ozark Oak in the Houston area. Plenty of other good stuff here. I use HEB private label mesquite or Central Market (another HEB brand) brand oak or mesquite. All good and cheap.
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