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#6358051 - 07/04/16 05:54 PM Brisket on my Weber Grill...
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Well the fire box on my beloved stick burner of 15+ years rusted off the other day, so decided to do a small brisket on my Weber Grill. Little 8lb packer, trimmed and rubbed with Kosher Salt and cracked black.

On she goes with a light mesquite smoke.


4 hrs on the grill (sure sounds weird), wrapped up tight in foil and put in oven for 4 more hours, then a long rest...in the fridge overnight until ready to slice.


Heated back up with some beans and in I went. Turned out better than I thought it would, perty darn good. Tender and great flavor. up


Thanks for looking.

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#6358126 - 07/04/16 07:12 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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I'd eat it for sure!
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#6358331 - 07/05/16 12:02 AM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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I'll be doing a few more this way, was good. Only trick is you REALLY have to babysit the heat/smoke. Stay on top of it and you're golden. I'm so used to cooking on my pit..

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#6361990 - 07/07/16 09:43 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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no need to babysit if you have a smokenator or a slow n sear for the Weber.
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#6362632 - 07/08/16 12:56 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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Looks good Skinner, I smoke stuff on my Weber all the time. My coal bed usually only takes up about 1/4 of the bottom but I keep the temp pretty low, and yes checking it once an hour can be a pain at times
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#6362682 - 07/08/16 01:54 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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Thanks guys. It turned out really good, gonna do another soon. up

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#6363779 - 07/09/16 04:01 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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I'm not a mesquite fan, but I'd eat a plate of that. Looks great
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#6374201 - 07/19/16 06:43 AM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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Do this for a long consistent burn on your weber grill

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ehH4php-3A

I use wood chips vs. chunk wood, more consistent smoke and no flare ups

Close bottom/top vent nearly all the way, adjust heat from bottom vent if needed.


Edited by Buzzard Breath (07/19/16 06:46 AM)

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#6392864 - 08/03/16 07:47 AM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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Anyone ever used the smoke-n-sear product in their kettle?

Thinking of selling my offset smoker before I move again and picking up a smoke-n-sear for my kettle as a substitute til I stop moving around for work...

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#6392867 - 08/03/16 07:48 AM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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My bad. Guess it's called a slow n sear.

Another one is the smokenator if anyone's used that also...

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#6393075 - 08/03/16 10:42 AM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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Lookin good skinner i'd dive head first into it.

Had to use the same cooking method a lot in college because we didn't have a smoker, was able to turn out a lot of good eats that way.
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#6393082 - 08/03/16 10:46 AM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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cheers

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#6393261 - 08/03/16 12:58 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: TX_Diver]
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Originally Posted By: TX_Diver
My bad. Guess it's called a slow n sear.

Another one is the smokenator if anyone's used that also...


Am trying the slow and sear out now. Pics are not uploading.
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#6393742 - 08/03/16 06:15 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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Looks great buddy! Well played..... cheers
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#6395287 - 08/04/16 09:17 PM Re: Brisket on my Weber Grill... [Re: skinnerback]
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Yep.
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