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    KBQ Brisket

    Cooked my first brisket on the KBQ recently and I am truly amazed how well it turned out! This was my first long cook and the brisket turned out better than any I have ever cooked on my PBC or pellet grill. The flat was a little dry, but the temp was around 275 for awhile which was probably the reason. I did spray it with a little beef broth/worcestershire/apple cider vinegar mix about every hour but I may try a water pan next time too. Hopefully the next one will be even better.

    I wrapped at about the 9 hour mark pulled it at about 201 and let it rest about an hour and a half before slicing it. The whole process took about 12 hours. The smokey flavor was great, not bitter or over smoked at all. I ran full bottom poppet and half top poppet the whole time and used post oak.
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    #2
    That's a great lookin' brisket.

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      #3
      Looking good!

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        #4
        Gawgeous!

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          #5
          Well, I’d eat that!

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            #6
            Nice!!! Made my mouth water.

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              #7
              Dangggg that looks good. Awesome cook!

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                #8
                Fantastic, my friend! Congrats on your first KBQ Brizzy!

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                  #9
                  Looks perfect!

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                    #10
                    Wow! That is beautiful!

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                      #11
                      Wow that looks fantastic! Gotta love the flavor of a KBQ cook. Flats are sometimes a little dry no matter what you do.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by hogdog6 View Post
                        Wow that looks fantastic! Gotta love the flavor of a KBQ cook. Flats are sometimes a little dry no matter what you do.
                        Thanks! I am really loving that thing. Well worth the money. Yes, I suppose so they do tend to get a little dry no matter what. Certainly didn't stop me from eating it! LOL

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