Brisket Smoking Guide
|Beef Type||Size||Smoker Temp||Avg Time||Finish Temp|
|Beef Ribs||Full Rack||225 °F||4-5 hrs||175 °F|
|Brisket||6-12 lbs||250 °F||1 hr/1 lbs||190 °F|
|Roast||3-4 lbs||225 °F||4-5 hrs||165 °F|
Note: Grill performance varies.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Temperature of smoker, the thickness of the meat, and fat content all play a part in cooking time. On average, you can plan on a cooking time of 1 hour per pound at 250° F.
Cook the brisket for 1 to 1.5 hours per pound, at a temperature between 200 and 250 degrees, adding both dry and soaked wood chips as necessary to keep the temperature consistent.
In a spray bottle, combine apple juice and apple cider vinegar. The acidity of the spary helps tendernerize the meat and adds to the flavor. Spray the brisket each time you refresh the wood.