So I tried my first brisket last weekend on a Yoder YS-640 that someone loaned me to try out. I did a 5LB flat, injected and rubbed. I set the smoker for 225 and threw her in, once it hit about 160 I wrapped it up and poured some of the injection in the foil. Here is where I may have screwed up, I hit a really bad stall and had people coming over so I cranked up to around 260, Brisket hit 190, unwrapped and threw back on to the smoked to get my bark and pulled it off at 195. Brisket was nice and tender but seemed like it didn't have any flavor. Is it possible I cooked the flavor right out of the brisket? This thing took 13 hours to cook, I am thinking of cooking it constant at 250 next time, wrapping at 160 and just pulling it out at 195 still wrapped and letting it sit. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks! BTW the ribs I cooked on the Yoder were amazing so I know it was an operator error and not the smoker!