Brisket on the Summit Charcoal Grill

I’ve smoked on everything from my Weber Performer to my Weber Smokey Mountain Cookers and yes, even my Summit Grill Center. Don’t judge me. By far my favorite new way to go low and slow is with the Weber Summit Charcoal Grill. It’s easy, it’s versatile, and most importantly, is the key to some great tasting BBQ.

Brisket can be daunting to smoke, but the Summit Charcoal Grill makes the process easy and straightforward. This video shows how.

 

What are your thoughts? (3)

06.03.16

Joe V

Can I cook a brisket on Genesis 310

06.03.16

Mike Lang

Hi Joe -

Yes, you most certainly can! You need to go indirect, so only use one burner and situate the brisket over the two unlit burners. Maintain 225-250 and you should be good to go!

Good luck!
Mike

05.05.16

Joe Z

In your video you added pork over top the brisket. Since my smoking skills are advancing and my children are gaining more friends at dinner time I need to increase meat mass. Will it make a difference in flavor with drippings and temp of meat what rack a brisket and pork shoulder smoke on my WSM at the same time? Thanks for all you and Weber do, I have 3 charcoal grills and a smoker and they ALL the best of the best!!!

05.04.16

Mike Lang

Hi Joe!

Thanks so much for your comments! We love the sound of your Weber grilling fleet! If you now have more mouths to feed, you are definitely on the right path! If you are talking pork and brisket, or for that matter pork and beef, the drippings won't matter. The only time to be concerned is if you are smoking two vastly different pieces, like say beef and fish. Otherwise, get ready for the extra dinner company!

Cheers!
Mike

04.19.16

Eric N

Looks great, another tip that might help is wrapping it in butcher paper. I saw Aaron Franklin do this. I will be doing it this summer to see how it works.

04.19.16

Mike Lang

Hi Eric - Thanks, that's a great tip! Several of my friends do the same and have had great success! Good luck on your summer smoking!

Mike

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