Four Seasons barbecue charcoal does not need lighter fuel to start, so you won’t have tainted food. “Just twist paper and light” Our charcoal burns hot and reaches cooking temperature within 15 minutes.
Four Seasons Fuel has been producing lump wood for over 25 years. We have our own retorts to keep production on our site in Billingshurst, West Sussex. All our wood feedstock comes from local woodlands and reclaimed wood from sawmills. The retorts are emission-free when the temperature reaches the gassing point of the wood feedstock within the retorts which turns them self-infant and sustainable.
Four Seasons Fuel charcoal is all produced on-site at our yard near Billingshurst,
West Sussex. We have been producing for over 30 years Using our own design of Charcoal Retorts that offer a number of advantages.
1. Better for the consumer who gets a quality product that is better performing and better for cooking.
2. Better for the environment.
3. Better for the local economy as we use homegrown sustainably sourced wood. Our British-made charcoal does not require any lighter fuel of petrol-based firestarter blocks for starting so you won’t have unpleasant flavours on the food. Our’s burn hot and reaches cooking temperature within 15 minutes – ‘Just twist paper and light’
The quality charcoal results from the wood of British trees, typically less dense than that used for imported charcoal.
Sold in handy 3kg and 6kg bags, you can click and collect or arrange free local delivery in bulk.
BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Four Seasons charcoal is lighter in weight, meaning more quantity as well as quality in each of the 3kg & 6kg bags.
Made and sold in West Sussex, the carbon footprint of unnecessary transportation is reduced as most shop-bought
charcoal is shipped across the world.
Using locally sourced and sustainable wood produced from coppiced woodland helps keep our woodland habitats in great condition for wildlife. We also use reclaimed wood from sawmills to further reduce waste.
Our retorts are far more efficient than most, meaning a quicker burn time and using less fuel in the process. 4:1 ratio rather than a steel round kilns at 7:1 ratio. See a brief description of our charcoal retorts.