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  • Part 3 I show which vents I use to control the temp on a Weber Kettle Grill using my method and include a demo cook. I also provide the amounts of charcoal I use with this method which are in the description area below.

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    How to Control Heat Part 1 – Low & Slow

    The charcoal amounts and vent settings are what I use when using the heat control method shown in this video. Results will vary because some grills or more air tight than others. However, these amounts/settings will get you in the ball park then you can experiment and see what works best for your kettle grill.

    Aluminum Foil Note:
    The amounts of hot coals shown below were used with foil under the meat, opposite the coals. If you are not using foil you might need to start the cook of with more hot coal, or open the vents more.

    Charcoal Amounts & Vent Settings for Weber 22 inch Kettle Grill.

    The amount of fuel used depends on how long of a cook you need.

    225-250 DEGREE LOW & SLOW For Ribs
    Hot Coal: 5-6
    Fuel Supply: 100
    Time Until the Kettle Stabilizes: 20 – 30 minutes.
    Approx. Cook Time: 5-6 hours
    Top Vent Setting: 1/8 to 1/4 open
    Bottom Vent Setting: 1/8 to 1/4 open
    Brand of Charcoal: Kingsford Original Briquettes

    225-250 DEGREE – LONG LOW & SLOW For Pulled Pork
    Hot Coal: 5-6
    Fuel Supply: 130
    Time Until the Kettle Stabilizes: 20-30 minutes.
    Approx. Cook Time: 10 – 12 hours
    Top Vent Setting: 1/8 to 1/4 open
    Bottom Vent Setting: 1/8 to 1/4 open
    Brand of Charcoal: Stubbs All Natural Hardwood Briquettes, or any quality Hardwood Briquette.
    Note: The setup for this cook is different than the rest because it’s a much longer cook. The hot coals are placed beside the fuel pile instead of on top. See this vid for the set up

    275 DEGREE COOK
    Hot Coal: 30
    Fuel Supply: 80
    Time Until the Kettle Stabilizes: 20 minutes.
    Approx. Cook Time: 2-2.5 hours
    Top Vent Setting: 1/2
    Bottom Vent Setting: 1/2
    Brand of Charcoal: Kingsford Original Briquettes

    325 DEGREE COOK
    Hot Coal: 40
    Fuel Supply: 80
    Time Until the Kettle Stabilizes: 20 minutes.
    Approx. Cook Time: 2 – 2.5 hours
    Top Vent Setting: 1/2
    Bottom Vent Setting: 1/2
    Brand of Charcoal: Kingsford Original Briquettes

    350 DEGREE COOK
    Hot Coal: 60
    Fuel Supply: 100
    Time Until the Kettle Stabilizes: 20 minutes.
    Approx. Cook Time: 2 – 2.5 hours
    Top Vent Setting: 1/2
    Bottom Vent Setting: 1/2 -3/4 open
    Brand of Charcoal: Kingsford Original Briquettes

    400 DEGREE COOK
    Hot Coal: 70
    Fuel Supply: 120
    Time Until the Kettle Stabilizes: 20 minutes.
    Approx. Cook Time: 2 hours
    Top Vent Setting: 1/2 – ¾ open
    Bottom Vent Setting: fully 0pen
    Brand of Charcoal: Kingsford Original Briquettes

    To contact me directly via email you can contact me through my website:

    https://kettlepitmasterbbq.com/



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