How long does it take to grill a brisket on a gas grill?

If you just don’t want to spend your whole day at the grill, here’s a fail-safe, Aaron Franklin-endorsed alternate method that will deliver similarly glorious results: Smoke brisket on grill until an instant-read thermometer inserted into the thickest part of meat registers 150-170 degrees, 5-6 hours.

How do I cook a brisket on the Recteq?

Trim brisket by removing excess fat from the flat side and removing fat to expose the point side. Inject brisket and refrigerate overnight. Season with Ben’s Heffer Dust and let rest on the counter for 30 minutes. Smoke at 235°F until the meat hits an internal temperature of 165°F (approximately 8-10 hours).

Can you cook brisket on a gas grill?

While the brisket is resting, set up the grill. You want a steady temperature of about 225°-250° with indirect heat with a drip pan on the indirect side and a way to create smoke. See How to Set Up a Gas Grill for Smoking. Cook on the indirect side over a drip pan.

What temperature do you smoke a brisket on a gas grill?

Cook at 225-250 degrees. Keep the lid closed and maintain the cooking temperature throughout. Note that it will take several hours to barbecue the brisket; the size of the brisket and other factors will determine the actual length of time required.

What temp is brisket done at?

The ideal temperature of a properly smoked brisket is 195°F, but keep in mind that the internal temp of the brisket can increase by 10 degrees even after it’s been removed from the grill. The last thing you want is to overcook your brisket, which results in dry, chewy meat.

How long does it take to cook a brisket on a rec TEC pellet grill?

Prepare pellet grill for low and slow smoking at 195 degrees using pecan pellets. Place brisket fat side down on pellet grill and smoke for 8 hours. Wrap brisket in butcher paper, insert probe thermometer into center of flat, and place back on smoker.

When should I wrap my brisket?

When Should You Wrap a Brisket? Most barbecue experts recommend wrapping brisket when it reaches an internal temperature of 165-170 degrees Fahrenheit.

How often should you flip a brisket?

Flipping the brisket does even out the exposure of the meat to heat. Airflow inside any smoker is uneven and letting the brisket sit there in one position the whole time will cause part of it to dry out simply because of this unevenness. Ideally, flip and rotate your brisket at least once during the cooking.