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Old 08-11-2008, 10:19 PM   #1
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How long for 2 Butts

How long to cook two 9 LB bone in butts on a small offset?
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Old 08-11-2008, 10:38 PM   #2
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at what temp?

times depend on temps
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:27 PM   #3
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you're looking at at least 12 hours if temp is ~225.
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18 hours plus in my cooker at 250.
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It usually takes me about 10hrs at 250* grate temp on my offset, wrapped at 165* and pulled around 198* - lower temp or not wrapping will take longer.
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10.25 hours at 250 on the Stumps. They always finish early and pizz me off at comps cause I'm shooting for a 12 hour cook. Even faster if you inject them or trim all the fat.
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Old 08-12-2008, 06:23 PM   #7
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Light the fire, put the butt on, and grab a few beverages of choice.
When the bone is stickin' out of the said butt........done! (Have quite a few beverages and quite a bit of time)
That is the only advice I can give ya' cookin' on an offset. Good luck!
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Light the fire, put the butt on, and grab a few beverages of choice.
When the bone is stickin' out of the said butt........done! (Have quite a few beverages and quite a bit of time)
That is the only advice I can give ya' cookin' on an offset. Good luck!
Thats about the best advice. I just needed an average idea so I can plan ahead. I don't care if they are done early as I will wrap them in foil and a towel and place them in a cooler. I have a BBQ on Sunday at 1pm so I figure on starting Saturday night at 9pm @ 250 degrees. That gives me plenty of time.
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The last time I did three butts that weighed 4-5#s apiece and it took about 9 hours to get em to 200 internal temp. Did not foil on this cook.
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Light the fire, put the butt on, and grab a few beverages of choice.
When the bone is stickin' out of the said butt........done! (Have quite a few beverages and quite a bit of time)
That is the only advice I can give ya' cookin' on an offset. Good luck!
Thats about the best advice. I just needed an average idea so I can plan ahead. I don't care if they are done early as I will wrap them in foil and a towel and place them in a cooler. I have a BBQ on Sunday at 1pm so I figure on starting Saturday night at 9pm @ 250 degrees. That gives me plenty of time.
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