My local Ace Hardware has stocked up on Weber wood pellets and carries the following flavors:. – Apple – Cherry – Hickory – Grillmaster Blend – Mesquite
I give Weber a LOT of credit for actually putting their pellet composition in big bold numbers on the front of the package. Weber labels their pellets as “100% Flavor, Zero Fillers” and then gives the percentage of each wood species in the pellet.
I loaded the pellets into the Spider Grill pellet adapter that I had hooked up to an old 22 inch Weber kettle. The Spider ran smoothly with the Weber pellets and was able to easily hold temperatures as low as 180F and as high as 500F.
Weber has said that you should use their pellets in the Smokefire grills. They claim that the Smokefire was “developed and optimized for Weber pellets” I say that this is a joke.
You can absolutely use Weber pellets in a Traeger, Pit Boss or any other brand of pellet grill. Trager states on their warranty information that Traeger grills run best with Traeger pellets but that does not mean that you have to use their pellets.