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Very long Smoke-N-Brew day

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I started at 12:00 noon Saturday and finished at 5:00 am Sunday morning. Smoked 88 lbs. of Boston Butts, 2 sausage fatties and brewed three different 5 gallons batches of beer. The pulled pork was fed to 93 construction workers tonight for lunch along with baked beans, potato salad, cole slaw and lots of deserts. Everything went great except couldn't bring the beer to work or take any photo's of the feed, very restrictive construction site.
Thanks for looking,

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post #2 of 13
That looks like how I want to someday spend my weekend days, smoking and brewing! It looks like you have an awesome set up there. Thanks for sharing, it is very inspirational!
post #3 of 13
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Thanks Scottie, I do enjoy my weekends using it.
post #4 of 13

mmm...makes me hungry AND thirsty!  Very nice!

 

Red

post #5 of 13
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Thanks Red,
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Great looking job, Coffee. They had to be well fed after all that... but knowing Constr. workers, They probably wanted moreicon_eek.gif .

 

I enjoy a long full Smoker Cook myself:

 

 

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Great way to avoid The Little Lady...wife.gif

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Wht wood are you using?
post #8 of 13

Looks totally amazing!  Impressed!

 

Kat

post #9 of 13
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Thanks, I used a mix of hickory and cherry.
post #10 of 13
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Quote:
Originally Posted by oldschoolbbq View Post

Great looking job, Coffee. They had to be well fed after all that... but knowing Constr. workers, They probably wanted more:icon_eek:  .

I enjoy a long full Smoker Cook myself:




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Great way to avoid The Little Lady...wife.gif
Thanks OldSchool, yours look amazing:drool
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Thanks Kat...
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I use the local woods, no reason to order or buy wood when you can take a road trip in the P/U and find all sort of Woods people will give you. I do some Bartering too; wood for a cooked animal...and usually they supply that too, just don't Smoke.

700 this one was for some Maple...1/2 P/U full.

 

I can get and use Hickory ,Maple Cherry, Apple (lots of that around) ,Peach,and have had some Pear Wood, good flavor.

 

Get out and enjoy the Summer and our lovely Country. You'll be surprized at what may show-up...

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I know what you mean. I'm lucky enough to have all the wood I'll ever need for smoking. Although I'm living and working in Kentucky, I have a thirty two acre farm in Alabama with all lots of hickory, oak and cherry. Here's a pic of the last load I hauled back, hauled two of these loads last winter. I bought a lot bigger trailer to haul with this year.

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