Same here, love the screw off lids. A little tough to get on, but you only have to do that once vs struggling with it every time. I wonder how the official Weber pellet bag is going to work?I got some food safe 5 gallon buckets and lids from Lowe's. Buckets were just under $5 and the lids were just under $2 each. I did purchase one lid that has screw off top that I thought would be good for the pellets I use the most since the those bucket lids can be a pain sometimes. It was $7 I think.
Yeah, that thing is awesome, saw it on TrendkillBBQ's YouTube videos. I wonder how well it would do with much less use, as far as moisture is concerned? It would take me a long time to go through that many pellets.I keep mine in a pail in the garage but seriously want one of these:
Me too. Right now I’m using a scoop to try to keep from them dropping between the hopper and grill, but if that bag would fit inside one of my buckets might look into it if it’s easy to pour.Same here, love the screw off lids. A little tough to get on, but you only have to do that once vs struggling with it every time. I wonder how the official Weber pellet bag is going to work?
I do the sameI store my pellets in Kingsford air tight charcoal/briquette bins, one for each flavor. Purchased in Amazon but often cheaper elsewhere.
Each holds about 2 bags or 40# of pellets and it is very easy to scoop out the pellets as needed. In addition, these containers fit neatly under the hopper on a small step stool for emptying the hopper when changing flavors.