Beef Brisket Recipe
1 packer brisket split between flat and point
1 bottle Patriot’s BBQ beef and shoulder rub (or your favorite beef rub)
85 to 170 g spicy brown mustard
Apple juice for basting and bath
Beer for cooking and bath
- Trim brisket to separate the flat from the point.
- Trim fat from the separated pieces top 50 mm or less. Slather meat with spicy brown mustard.
- Rub meat generously with the dry rub. Wrap and let rest for 8 to 12 hours.
- Set you smoker to 110°C. Foil the water tray to make clean up easier.
- Add a mixture of hot water, beer and apple juice to the bath.
- Smoke with your favorite woods. I prefer oak and hickory.
- Keep adding small amounts of wood at a time until the meat hits an internal temperature of 60°C.
- After hour 2 of the smoke, start spritzing the meat with apple juice every two hours, until the meat hits 75°C.
- Foil the meat with one last spritz of apple juice.
- Continue to cook until the internal temperature gets to 90°C.
- Remove from your smoker, wrap in towels and rest in an insulated container for a minimum of 30 minutes.
- Two hours is best. Slice and enjoy!
- Average brisket time is 13 -15 hours with a few going longer. This is only an estimate because every brisket is different.
- Cooking by temperature is the only way to cook brisket properly.
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