Whiskey Ribs Recipe – Smoked Ribs Recipe with Whiskey BBQ Sauce

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Whiskey BBQ Ribs Recipe – How to Smoked Back Ribs on the Grill with Homemake Whiskey BBQ Sauce EASY ** SEE OUR BBQ ACCESSORY GUIDE: http://bit.ly/BBQaccesoryguide

In this Whiskey Ribs Recipe, we will teach you how to BBQ Ribs on the grill using a delicious whiskey BBQ Sauce. This Whisky Ribs Recipe is one that is simple to do and will be perfect for any weeknight dinner or meal with friends! We made this on the Weber Kettle Grill, but you can also do this on any grill using the indirect cooking method. Everything you need to know is below.

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HOW TO SMOKE RIBS ON THE GRILL
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INGREDIENTS NEEDED:
– 2 racks of Baby Back Ribs
– BBQ Rub

SPRITZ
– 3 oz water
– 3 oz apple juice
– 1.5 oz whisky

WHISKY BBQ SAUCE
– 1 cup ketchup
– 1/3 cup brown sugar
– 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
– ¼ cup molasses
– 1 tbs Yellow Mustard
– ½ tbs chili powder
– ½ tsp onion powder
– ½ tsp garlic powder
– ¼ tsp of smoke paprika
– 2-3 oz Shelter Point Whisky

METHOD:

Step #1
To Start off, spritz your ribs with as your base layer of flavor. This will also help bind your rub to the ribs. Next, apply your bbq rub to both sides of the ribs and let it sit while you get your grill set up for smoking at 250F.

Step #2
With your grill up to 250F, place the ribs opposite the coals and place on your whisky barrel staves or hardwood of your choice. Close the lid and begin cooking for around 2.5 hours while spritzing every 45 minutes.

Step #3
After your ribs have nice color, remove them from the grill and place them foil wrap with some butter, brown sugar, your whisky bbq sauce, and a generous amount of your spritz. Wrap everything up and place it back on the grill until tender and your desired of doneness. For us this was around 1.5 hours.

Step $4
After the ribs have been tenderized in the foil remove them from the foil and back on the grill. Glaze the ribs with your whisky bbq sauce and let them set for about 10 minutes before removing from the grill and enjoying your ribs.

That’s it, enjoy.

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About this video:
In this Whiskey BBQ smoked ribs Recipe video, Jabin from Postal Barbecue will teach you How to bbq Back Ribs on the weber kettle grill and then make a homemade whiskey BBQ sauce. This smoked BBQ ribs recipe is a method that tastes great and is easy to do. Enjoy.

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33 replies
  1. John Schock
    John Schock says:

    Very good video and great Whiskey BBQ sauce recipe. I have used wine barrel strips for smoking and while it smelled wonderful while in the smoker, it never infused the meat with a "wine" flavor… I am wondering if you could check that out with the bourbon barrel pieces?? I am thinking that most of the whiskey flavor came from the spritz and the BBQ sauce and not the smoke. Any feedback would be appreciated.

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  2. GenXisT
    GenXisT says:

    Ribs are incredibly difficult to get right on the grill, at least for me. I can never get them as tender as I would like. Most of the time I use the regular oven for like 3 hours @ 250F then finish on the grill. It's cheating, but it works and the bone comes out like it was never even attached! This recipe is really quality. I'll give it a go sometime. Thanks!

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