There’s a good reason the world’s most respected chefs and BBQ pitmasters cook with wood. From high-temperature searing to low-and-slow smoking, nothing enhances the flavor of your food like 100% natural hardwoods. Available in six delicious flavors.
- Made in the USA
- 100% natural hardwood
- Engineered for maximum performance, flavor, and efficiency
- Imparts a delicious balance of smoke and flavor
- Produced with NO added oils, fillers, flavors, or other additives
APPLE Sweet, fruity, smoky flavor. Strongest of the fruit woods. Ideal for pork, poultry, baking, and wild game.
CHERRY Mild, sweet, fruity smoke flavor that gives a rosy tint to lighter meats. Ideal for beef, pork, poultry, baking, and wild game birds.
HICKORY Strong bacon-flavor. Ideal for beef, poultry, pork, and wild game.
MAPLE Very mild, sweet, light smoky flavor. Ideal for pork, ham, cheese, and baking.
MESQUITE Offers a strong, spicy flavor that is distinctive of southwest cooking. Ideal for beef, chicken, fish, and wild game birds.
OAK Mild wood fire flavor that pairs well with beef and fish, is great to use when baking.
Dimensions: 21” x 14” x 3.5”
Weight: 20 lbs
Where to purchase Memphis Wood Fire Grills Premium Barbecue Pellets
Our pellets can be found where Memphis Wood Fire Grills are sold. Not all certified Memphis dealers sell Memphis Premium Barbecue pellets, so please call your dealer ahead of time to ask about or order pellets. You can also find our pellets online with our online dealers and on Amazon.
How many pellets will my grill consume?
Like other fuels, pellet consumption will depend on a multitude of factors. These factors include ambient temperature, set temperature of grill, grill model, and more. Based on our extensive testing, your Memphis Wood Fire Grill will consume between 0.3 and 2.8 pounds per hour on average when the ambient temperature is 70°F.
Where to store Memphis Premium Barbecue Pellets
Our premium pellets are made of 100% natural hardwood and have a moisture content of 5%-10% and will hold their form without glues and binders. If the pellets are exposed to excessive moisture or humidity they may lose their form and cause the grill to have longer ignition times and the pellets to burn inefficiently.
It is NOT recommended to store the pellets close to a heat source as the bag may melt and expose the pellets to moisture. We recommend keeping your pellets in a cool, dry location and preferably in a sealed container.