How To Make Smoked Brisket Made Easy For Beginners

How To Make Smoked Brisket Made Easy for Beginners
Today I show you a good guide for How To Make Smoked Brisket Made Easy for Beginners. This will enable you to be smoke your very own brisket easily on a pellet smoker.

The guidelines for this cook:
1.) Ran the pit temperature at 225 until the first checkpoint roughly 2 hours into this cook just to try and get more smoke flavor into the brisket on the front end of this cook.
2.) CHECKPOINT 1 – Check the progress of the cook to see if the brisket is cooking too fast. Too fast is indicated by “burning” on the edges. Adjust accordingly.
3.) Ran the pit temperature at 250 from the 2 hour mark until 5.5 hour mark for our 2nd checkpoint.
4.) CHECKPOINT 2 – Check the color of the brisket to see if it is where we want it to be and also check for pooling of juices n the brisket, dryness of the brisket and to see if the bark has set yet. Adjust temperatures as needed and moisturize where needed. Wrap the brisket if the color is right and run the pit temperature up to 275.
5.) Once you have the brisket wrapped it’s best to check the tenderness of the brisket once an hour until the brisket hits the tenderness you are looking for.
6.) When the tenderness is achieved, pull the brisket off the pit to rest. Leave the brisket wrapped in the butcher paper and rest down to 150 degrees before slicing.
7.) Once 150 internal temperature is reached, slice and enjoy…


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