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Nice looking brisket, and a great smoke ring too! Is that the old country wrangler? What wood did you use? I smoked my first brisket on my wrangler this weekend and it turned out pretty good, but mine was also a tad dry. I may wrap it with some liquid next time.

 

Yes.  Old Country Wrangler.  I used oak -- but very little this time.  95% was Royal (something) lump from WalMart and Stubbs.

 

Here's my pit:  http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/148594/old-country-bbq-pits-wrangler-mods#post_1059021

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Yes.  Old Country Wrangler.  I used oak -- but very little this time.  95% was Royal (something) lump from WalMart and Stubbs.

 

Here's my pit:  http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/148594/old-country-bbq-pits-wrangler-mods#post_1059021

 



That's interesting, I like the mods you did. I just use wood splits as fuel and only use charcoal to get the splits ignited, but it does require a fair amount of babysitting, however it looks like you have it figured out pretty good by using mostly charcoal.
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