Eastern NC BBQ Sauce Recommendation

Discussion in 'Sauces, Rubs & Marinades Sticky' started by ghostred7, Nov 10, 2012.

  1. ghostred7

    ghostred7 Smoke Blower

    First off....lemme put this out there that I'm in NO WAY affiliated with this "brand" outside of talking to the owners to rant about how much I love it...that being said..

    I'm stuck in GA with no love locally for eastern style vinegar based bbq sauce...so my internet search found me this sauce.  I tried it, and it's "Oh my God/dess" good.  So, if you're ever having the "hankering" for this style and like me don't know how to make your own....may want to give this a shot.

    The brand is "Delwood's BBQ Sauce" and is only available via mail order or local pickup (really wish he'd get some here...trying to help w/ that...it makes me miss home).

    I'm almost out....bah...guess its time to order again lol.
     
  2. hambone1950

    hambone1950 Master of the Pit Group Lead

    Duly noted , thanks.
     
  3. cncbbq

    cncbbq Newbie

    I recommend Scotts bbq sauce to peps who cannot make their own sauce and are out of state.  I know Krogers carries the sauce.
     
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  4. AMEN on the "Scotts" BBQ Sauce. Available at Food Lion and Lowes grocery in North Carolina. They have mild and hot flavors. We LOVE Hot!
     
  5. ghostred7

    ghostred7 Smoke Blower

    Finally tried Scott's.  It's decent...but not nearly as good as the Delwood's.  Scotts has more of that Western/Lexington NC flair (more tomato) than I like...

    In other words, it's Western NC sauce and not Eastern.
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2013
  6. wudy

    wudy Fire Starter

    Hey Ghost, try the bbq joint on Peachtree ind , between Ashford dunwoody and

    johnson ferry rd.. They have a very thin vinager sauce.  I just cant rember their name.
     
  7. fpnmf

    fpnmf Smoking Guru OTBS Member

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    Its called The Brick Pit...

    I hope this doesnt violate the TOS...

      Craig
     
  8. wudy

    wudy Fire Starter

    That's the one,a little different from most Ga bbq.
     
  9. fpnmf

    fpnmf Smoking Guru OTBS Member

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    I dont know how long you have been around Brookhaven..I lived in Chambodia /Brookhaven for 30 years..

    The Brick Pit was a very old family place..until a few years ago..

    They sold it to some Asians..they havent changed a  thing as of the last time I was there..

    If you want Great BBQ in Atlanta go to Community BBQ on Clairmont near Emory...

      Craig
     

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