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Dry age then smoke a Brisket?

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Dry aging tenderizes the meat, but so does smoking.  If I were to dry age a brisket for say 2 weeks, then smoked it, would it fall apart?

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The two are complimentary but does not cause the meat to fall apart unless it is cooked a long time to a temp above 200*F, like pulled pork...JJ

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