G A S - G R I L L - W A R E H O U S E

Welcome to the Gas Grill Warehouse, Your home for outdoor kitchens and accessories. We also have a good selection of vented Natural Gas Log Sets. Check out our large selection of barbecue cooking wood.

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Barbeque Smoking Wood

Seasoned barbeque smoking wood is cut to fit in most smokers.  Available in feed sack-sized bags, we have mesquite, hickory, pecan, and oak.  We also have post oak, live oak, red oak and white oak.  Cherry, pear, maple, mulberry, grapefruit and grapevine are also available in smaller bags.  All of the wood is stored out of the weather.

Grapefruit
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Grapefruit is a mild wood that produces a good, smokly flavor.

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Maple
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A popular wood for smoked cheese, but also good for poultry and pork. Maple, like fruit wood, gives a sweet flavor that is excellent with poultry and...


Oak
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Oak is strong but not overpowering and is a very good wood for beef, or lamb.  Oak is probably the most versatile of the hard woods.


Cherry
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Cherry has a sweet, mild flavor that goes great with a virtually everything.  This is one of the most popular woods


Post Oak
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Oak is strong but not overpowering and is a very good wood for beef, or lamb.  Oak is probably the most versatile of the hard woods.


Pear
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Pear is similar to apple and produces a sweet, mild flavor


Red Oak
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Red Oak is the king of hardwoods and oaks, especially when it comes to smoking meats. Oak is strong, but it does not tend to overpower the taste and...


Pecan
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PECAN WOOD is a very popular wood and is very similar to OAK but not as strong. PECAN burns hot and has a sweet nutty flavor with...


Mulberry
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Mulberry is sweet and very similar to apple

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White Oak
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Oak is strong but not overpowering and is a very good wood for beef, or lamb.  Oak is probably the most versatile of the hard woods.


Hickory
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Hickory is best for larger cuts of beef and pork.  It is a very hard, dense wood.  It has a pungent, smoky, bacon-like...


Grapevine
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Grapevines make a lot of tart smoke and gives a fruity but sometimes heavy flavor.  Use it sparingly with poultry or lamb.