Good Wood Suppliers.

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Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby arowe90 » 23 Aug 2015, 21:01

Hi all.
Pretty new to the whole smoking scene.
I was wondering if anyone could reccomend a good wood supplier for smoking. As im not aware of prices but £100+ for 20kg of apple wood chunks seems abit steep! Unless thats reasonable?
Any advice and a point i the right direction would be a massive help! Cheers
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby JEC » 24 Aug 2015, 05:40

Hi. I would try Paul at Goulden's Smoking Wood

http://www.hampshirewoodsuppliers.co.uk/blog_30_smokingwoods.html

Not sold by weight but a box has around 15kg for £30 plus delivery exclent selection too.
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby arowe90 » 24 Aug 2015, 06:07

Cheers!
Im looking into and trying to pull the missus arm to let me build a UDS!
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby Kiska95 » 24 Aug 2015, 13:35

Defo Paul Goulden!!!! :D
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby gavinbbq » 24 Aug 2015, 13:46

I don't live to far away from Paul so went and collected a box from him on the way home from work once. He's a very nice chap and the wood is top quality and he even give me a few pieces of different woods to try.


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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby YetiDave » 05 Sep 2015, 12:41

For anyone in Manc - Seth from Alder Wood Tree Care

30kg of cherry for £9 delivered to my door :o
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby arowe90 » 06 Sep 2015, 21:24

Woah! Cheers for the replies guys! Im in Leeds so may even have a drive over for that price!
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby wade » 08 Sep 2015, 12:35

I have used Smokewood Shack and they were also very good

http://www.smokewoodshack.com/
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby Kiska95 » 08 Sep 2015, 15:57

Hi

I would see if you can get a local landscape gardener or other on the job. I just rang a load locally out of the Yellow pages type on line thingy and got a full cherry tree, bout a tonne and a half for £60 from a local lad, just needs to be seasoned now :D

Paul Goulden is the boy though for chunks of all sorts of seasoned wood, I have had Orange, Olive woods etc. along with all of the normal oak and fruit wood, all bloody great and he is a top bloke too, doesn't even want paying until you have the wood can praise him enough! :)
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Re: Good Wood Suppliers.

Postby QueFrescoPaul » 10 Sep 2015, 08:27

Im in Leeds so may even have a drive over for that price!


Check out Anchor Logs in Gargrave. They have hardwoods and occasionally fruit woods.
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