Bone Suckin’ Beef Brisket

  • Yield: 10
  • Servings: 10
  • Prep Time: 15m
  • Cook Time: 12:00 h
  • Ready In: 12:10 h
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  • Bone Suckin’® Mustard, 12 oz
  • Bone Suckin’® Steak Seasoning & Rub
  • Beef Brisket, 12 lbs
  • Digital meat thermometer


Step 1

Trim off most of the fat cap, leaving about 1/4 inch (excess fat won’t allow the rub to penetrate the meat and won’t render during cooking).

Step 2

On the meaty side; slice off any silver skin, which is a tough, thin membrane. Smaller cuts may not have excess fat, but do check meaty side for silver skin.

Step 3

Preheat & stabilize grill temp to about 235°, confirm grill temperature by leaving your thermometer on grate during preheat (one way is to put an onion on the grill and stick temperature probe through it.

Step 4

Coat all surface of the meat with Bone Suckin’® Mustard (this allows the rub to better adhere to the meat).

Step 5

Sprinkle Bone Suckin’® Steak Seasoning liberally on all exposed meat and rub it in.

Step 6

Place meat immediately on preheated grill (chilled meat attracts more smoke).

Step 7

Place the thermometer in the thickest part of the brisket .

Step 8

On a smoker or gas grill* with a water pan, place meat right above the water. When the smoke stops, add 4 ounces more water for the first 2 hours, usually about every 30 minutes. Add water as needed.

Step 9

Cook until meat reaches internal temperature of 203° *Notes: If using a gas grill use Hickory Wood Chips in a smoker tray or make a smoker pack with aluminum foil and poke holes in it with a fork. Put the meat (wrapped in foil) into the cooler. Close cooler and leave meat there for 1 to 2 hours, until you are ready to eat. Slice meat against the grain after separating the flat and point sections (each has a different meat grain direction). Be advised that there is a period called “the stall” where the meat temperature tends to stay a little over 150° for a long period of time (during this time moisture in the meat rises to the surface and cools the meat by evaporation). Temperature is “stuck” up to 5 hours, depending on size of brisket.

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