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Smoked - Beer Braised Brisket - Dads That Cook

By Jason Glover

Yields12 Servings
Prep Time45 minsCook Time4 hrsTotal Time4 hrs 45 mins

TOOLS
 Injector
 Medium bowl
 Smoker
 Meat thermometer
 Large disposable pan
 Towel
 Knife
INGREDIENTS
 6 lbs brisket
 1 cup beef broth
 1 beer of your choice
For the Rub
 ¼ cup black pepper
 ¼ cup garlic powder
 ¼ cup onion powder
 2 tbsp mustard powder
 ½ cup sugar
 2 tbsp 2 tbsp. salt
 1 tbsp cayenne powder

1

Trim any excess fat from the brisket and score in a crosshatch pattern (about 1 x 1") across the top.

2

Inject a bit of beef broth into the brisket to keep it from drying out.

3

Combine all the ingredients for the rub in a medium bowl and mix well.

4

Generously cover the brisket with the rub.

5

Transfer to the smoker and smoke at 225-250°F temp for 1-1 1/2 hours, until the internal temperature reaches 150°F.

6

Transfer to a large disposable pan and pour the beer around the brisket.

7

Cover tightly with a large piece of foil.

8

Transfer to the oven and cook at 225-250°F for another couple of hours, until it reaches an internal temperature of 195°F.

9

Transfer the wrapped brisket to a cooler and let stand for 1-2 hours.

10

After the brisket has rested, remove from the cooler, and slice it against the grain.

11

Serve and enjoy!!

Ingredients

TOOLS
 Injector
 Medium bowl
 Smoker
 Meat thermometer
 Large disposable pan
 Towel
 Knife
INGREDIENTS
 6 lbs brisket
 1 cup beef broth
 1 beer of your choice
For the Rub
 ¼ cup black pepper
 ¼ cup garlic powder
 ¼ cup onion powder
 2 tbsp mustard powder
 ½ cup sugar
 2 tbsp 2 tbsp. salt
 1 tbsp cayenne powder

Directions

1

Trim any excess fat from the brisket and score in a crosshatch pattern (about 1 x 1") across the top.

2

Inject a bit of beef broth into the brisket to keep it from drying out.

3

Combine all the ingredients for the rub in a medium bowl and mix well.

4

Generously cover the brisket with the rub.

5

Transfer to the smoker and smoke at 225-250°F temp for 1-1 1/2 hours, until the internal temperature reaches 150°F.

6

Transfer to a large disposable pan and pour the beer around the brisket.

7

Cover tightly with a large piece of foil.

8

Transfer to the oven and cook at 225-250°F for another couple of hours, until it reaches an internal temperature of 195°F.

9

Transfer the wrapped brisket to a cooler and let stand for 1-2 hours.

10

After the brisket has rested, remove from the cooler, and slice it against the grain.

11

Serve and enjoy!!

Smoked – Beer Braised Brisket

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