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Dry Creek Super Premium

Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by jrogers999, Dec 7, 2012.

  1. jrogers999

    jrogers999 Member

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    Just opened my first bag of these and they smell good. Also noticed a lot of really long pellets in there. Hardly any dust( when i say hardly i mean small trace) which was surprising. Hope they burn hot.

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  2. CT Pellet

    CT Pellet Minister of Fire

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    Spread some on a plate and snap a pic to post here. I wanna see them.
  3. iron stove

    iron stove Feeling the Heat

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    Ditto, want to see the length. Put a ruler on if possible. Then burn a bag or too. Looking to try them once we see the quality.
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    Will do when I get home.
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    I really like how there was no fines in the bag. Compared to crap New England I just burned. The glass has lighter film on it. The pellets are very smooth.
  7. iron stove

    iron stove Feeling the Heat

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    those, are, LONG..
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    pell it Feeling the Heat

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    These are from this years Barefoots!!

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  9. CT Pellet

    CT Pellet Minister of Fire

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    Now, explain to all of us why you have Smokey's ruler?
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  10. jrogers999

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    So far so good with these dry creeks. Burned a few bags. Good heat and glass is pretty clean. Definately recommend.
  11. iron stove

    iron stove Feeling the Heat

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    Is it just a few scattered long pellets, or a lot? 1%, 5%, etc....
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    Quite a few. 5-10%
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    Bummer, With this being a special run with special fiber(probably are charging more too!). You would think they would be paying special attention to em? :(
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    My M55 is chewing the up tho. Another thing I noticed to was the flame seems cleaner. Very white and consistent. I mean I comparing them to the New England I just burned.
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    SwineFlue Minister of Fire

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    I just burned a bag (and opened a 2nd) of the regular Dry Creek "Premium choice hardwood" pellets. Most of the longer ones were about an inch. Sifting my fingers thru the 2nd bag I found about a half dozen that were just under 1.5" and one that was 1 7/8".

    Maybe they still have some kinks to work out with their new Super Premium process/equipment?

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