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Beef Ribs

WeberBlackStoneYoder

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I have only smoked beef ribs twice, with mixed results. For the beef rib masters out there. What temp do you smoke at and for how long? Thanks
 

WeberBlackStoneYoder

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What cut of beef rib?
It just says beef ribs on the package. They look like what people have been referring to as Dino ribs. $30 for about 8" rack with 4 bones in it. Wife thinks it's a waste of money for that price, so I need to get this right.
 

TNJAKE

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Gotcha. You can use salt and pepper or your favorite beef rub. I'd smoke them unwrapped the whole time at 275. Until probe tender. Should finish around brisket temps. Maybe 203ish but most important probe tender. I like to spray them during the cook with dark beer but you don't have to spray
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These aren't the same cut as yours but I used the same method I mentioned above
 

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103 subprimal rib section. Lays on top of the ribeye roast. Aka beef back ribs. These were bigger than usual as a friend butchered them exactly for me
 

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And nothing wrong with 225 if that's your comfort zone. Will just take longer. I thing the higher temp makes the pull back on the bone better which in turn makes for a beautiful rib
 

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TNJAKE TNJAKE has you covered.
I buy beef ribs at Wal-Marts. Plate ribs I think they are called. I use my weber kettle. Unwrapped 250-270 degrees until 205-210 IT temp. Like Jake said, you can spritz with water, beer,…etc. Simple rub, salt n pepper. I glazed these with candied jalapeños syrup!
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bauchjw

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Lol no worries bud I'm a low n slow guy myself. Rarely do I go higher but for me beef ribs are one of those times. Yours look delicious
I’ll try your technique next go! Yours look off the charts!
 

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I also do 275F. Should take about 6 hours. I spritz with apple cider vinegar for last 2 hours. No need to wrap, except maybe in foil when finished.
 

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