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How to Smoke a Brisket: 14 Easy Steps for the Ultimate Brisket


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This article was co-authored by Joshua & Jeremy George and by wikiHow staff writer, Eric McClure. Joshua and Jeremy George are BBQ Specialists and the Co-Owners of Smokin J’s BBQ in San Diego, California. With over six years of experience, they specialize in slow-smoked meats and making in-house rubs and sauces. Smokin J’s BBQ has been featured in many publications, including The BBQ Magazine. This article has been viewed 406,090 times.

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Updated: October 29, 2022

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Before smoking brisket, buy meat that is fresh and has some fat marbling in it. Prepare it by trimming the fat to 1/4 inch thick and rubbing it with spices before leaving it in the refrigerator overnight. Get your grill ready by spreading out the hot coals and placing soaked hardwood chips over them. Then put the meat on the grill with the fat side up and cook it while maintaining the grill temperature at 200 °F. When the inside temperature of the meat is 185 °F, remove it from the grill and let it rest before slicing. To learn how to buy the tastiest, juiciest brisket, read on!

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