Buying premium 20-pound bags of wood pellets for your grill is one thing — storing them the right way is another. Fortunately, you just have to take a few steps to store your wood pellets correctly and up your BBQ pellet storage game. When you get them out, they’ll be ready for use in your Grilla smoker to smoke a pork tenderloin, tri-tip or head of cabbage.
Wood pellets can easily rot because they’re made of wood that will decompose or at least become moist and pliable under the right circumstances. When wood pellets go past their prime, their flavor wanes and they lose their ability to burn. The last thing you want is a flame-out as you’re trying to start your Chimp.
Another reason to pay attention to the health of your wood pellets is that they could jam the auger if they soften too much. Avoid these pains by keeping a few smoker pellet storage tips in mind, which we’ll tackle below.
After you order and receive your Grilla Grills wood pellet bags, following these best practices:
Every bag of wood pellets you purchase should produce up to 20 hours of smoke depending on whether you cook low and slow or hot and fast. Make the most of your investment by pampering your pellets. You’ll love the delicious, dependable results.
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