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Travis from Wa state.Any good brine recipes for smoking a brisket?I just bought a new pellet grill and want to try smoking a brisket.Any ideas would be appreciated.
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Travis, welcome to SMF. 

 

I have never brined a brisket unless I'm making corned beef. I just hit it with Salt, Pepper, Onion and Garlic powders then smoke the flat to 200F Internal temp or until a toothpicks slides right in.   

post #3 of 6

 Same here I have never brined a brisket just I have always just rubbed it with salt and pepper and then throw it in the smoker between 225-250 and pull it out when it is ready.

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texas.gif  Good morning and welcome to the forum, from a sunny, windy and cold day in East Texas. Lots of great people with tons of                    information on just about  everything

 

    Here is some information I posted  earlier this year on brisket

 

 

      http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/166136/how-long-to-cook-a-brisket-or-the-misconception-of-the-1-to-1-5-hour-rule

 

      http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/166201/brisket-texas-style-follow-up-to-yesterdays-post-on-misconception-of-the-1-to-1-5-hour-rule

 

 

    

 

            Gary

post #6 of 6

:welcome1: I also have never brined a brisket unless corning in prep for my pastrami. just salt, pepper then mustard of choice then my rub. (check Jeff's rub if you have not yet) then I wrap and set in the deep cooler for a few days then off to the smoker at 225 degrees till I hit 205 -225 degrees. not directions just my method.

 

Tom

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