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Old 11-29-2008, 09:22 PM   #11
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Sounds like a good time going to be had
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Old 11-29-2008, 11:34 PM   #12
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First pic is fine. It's the others that are sideways.
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Old 11-30-2008, 08:15 AM   #13
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Sounds like a grand time... Only thing missing is some good cigars!
That would put the icing on the cake!!
Good to see a fellow cigar lover!!
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Old 11-30-2008, 06:52 PM   #14
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final picts

Need to get somebody to take pictures at the end. Did not get any good ones of the pork being pulled.



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Old 11-30-2008, 06:55 PM   #15
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A Beer and BBQ tasting......thats sounds like a fun afternoon/evening. Is this the first time you've done this?

This is the 5th year now for the bbq and beer dinner. I have been doing a beer and food dinner for at least 15 years. It started out with 4 of our wives go shopping every year the Saturday after thanksgiving. 3 of us guys would get together and cook food and drink micro beers. Just try doing different things. No recipes just cooking steaks or pork and adding anything to it that sounded good. 5 years ago I said I would bbq. Having more food yield with butts a couple of people would stop by and eat and drink some of the goods we had. Now it has gotten larger and the wife’s now come back for dinner after shopping. It is a good time by all. The kids enjoyed taste testing the pops. Some people who would only drink an American lager style beer are now drinking porters and stout’s. Just explained to them what to expect in a taste of a beer. Ask people what they like to eat and drink and then bring out a beer that might come close to that taste. Show them how a Ale changes in flavor with the temperature of the beer. I thought it was a good idea but now I end up sharing my good beers. It all works out because they bring beer back to me.
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Old 11-30-2008, 06:57 PM   #16
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Sounds like a grand time... Only thing missing is some good cigars!
That a good idea. I will have to get somebody to bring some next year.
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Old 11-30-2008, 07:02 PM   #17
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I doubt you'll find any discernible difference in the bark if the same rub is used...but it'll be interesting to see your results. Let us know.
The one with the mustard rub was much better. The bark had a better bite to it. I will try doing this again when I do some butts. Not sure if I got more pepper on the one covered with mustard or if the mustard allowed the pepper to stick to the pork butt better. I will let you know next time.
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Old 11-30-2008, 07:05 PM   #18
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A Beer and BBQ tasting......thats sounds like a fun afternoon/evening. Is this the first time you've done this?

This is the 5th year now for the bbq and beer dinner. I have been doing a beer and food dinner for at least 15 years. It started out with 4 of our wives go shopping every year the Saturday after thanksgiving. 3 of us guys would get together and cook food and drink micro beers. Just try doing different things. No recipes just cooking steaks or pork and adding anything to it that sounded good. 5 years ago I said I would bbq. Having more food yield with butts a couple of people would stop by and eat and drink some of the goods we had. Now it has gotten larger and the wifeís now come back for dinner after shopping. It is a good time by all. The kids enjoyed taste testing the pops. Some people who would only drink an American lager style beer are now drinking porters and stoutís. Just explained to them what to expect in a taste of a beer. Ask people what they like to eat and drink and then bring out a beer that might come close to that taste. Show them how a Ale changes in flavor with the temperature of the beer. I thought it was a good idea but now I end up sharing my good beers. It all works out because they bring beer back to me.
Nice how a simple idea grows to something everyone can enjoy.....might have to start an idea!!
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Old 11-30-2008, 07:25 PM   #19
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A Beer and BBQ tasting......thats sounds like a fun afternoon/evening. Is this the first time you've done this?

This is the 5th year now for the bbq and beer dinner. I have been doing a beer and food dinner for at least 15 years. It started out with 4 of our wives go shopping every year the Saturday after thanksgiving. 3 of us guys would get together and cook food and drink micro beers. Just try doing different things. No recipes just cooking steaks or pork and adding anything to it that sounded good. 5 years ago I said I would bbq. Having more food yield with butts a couple of people would stop by and eat and drink some of the goods we had. Now it has gotten larger and the wife’s now come back for dinner after shopping. It is a good time by all. The kids enjoyed taste testing the pops. Some people who would only drink an American lager style beer are now drinking porters and stout’s. Just explained to them what to expect in a taste of a beer. Ask people what they like to eat and drink and then bring out a beer that might come close to that taste. Show them how a Ale changes in flavor with the temperature of the beer. I thought it was a good idea but now I end up sharing my good beers. It all works out because they bring beer back to me.
Nice how a simple idea grows to something everyone can enjoy.....might have to start an idea!!
We keep it simple. 2 butts 1 chicken. Did salt potatoes, green beans in a apple cider reduction with onion, mushrooms, toasted almonds. BBQ baked beans smoked in apple wood. The beans are the best I have ever cooked. The only place I may have had better is at the Ridgewood BBQ in Bloutville TN. The most popular beer was a Rouge Hazelnut brown ale. Best pop was by Saranac brewery both there root beer and orange got top reviews. Everyone brings something to the meal. Great way to get rid of thanksgiving leftovers.

It keeps getting bigger but it is a blast.
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Old 12-01-2008, 07:47 AM   #20
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Ahhh Beer & BBQ. a pair of my favorite things
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