When you're brewing a batch of beer, sometimes its hard not to get hungry. Let's face it, there are few things in this world that go better together than beer and barbeque. Since the average brew session can take 4-6 hours, why not throw a pork shoulder on the smoker while you're brewing? The rewards in the end will be well worth the extra preparation for the smoked meats. Yum!
|Yield:||makes 6 pounds|
|Brine time:||3 days|
|Smoke time:||8-10 hours|
|Special equipment:||Wood smoker, Brining vessel, Digital thermometer|
|This recipe goes great with:||Smoked Pumpkin Ale|
|Christian Lavender is a home brewer in Austin, TX and founder of Kegerators.com and HomeBrewing.com.|
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