Nice job Ecto, I'm glad to learn there are other alternatives to low & slow that work. That brisket looked fantastic. I guess I'm kinda old school though. I love the smell of that smoke, so the longer the better, and a few beers to go with the smoke & a couple of buddies to hang with. It doesn't get any better than that.
I like the low and slow also I am just looking for a method on days when I want to cook a brisket but don't want to say up all night. I saw this at the last comp I went to and the team won first in brisket so I thought I would try it out.
It was I was suprised it did not dry out. I plan to try injecting the next time but might not need to it was so juicy.