High altitude Brisket

Discussion in 'Messages for All Guests and Members' started by mrogersbbq, Dec 12, 2015.

  1. mrogersbbq

    mrogersbbq Newbie

    I'm headed to Alma Colorado Dec 26 and wile I'm there I will be cooking a Snake River brisket at 13,300 Feet.  I have been reading some info on this forum about high altitude cooking but I have to say it has me more confused.  in Alma water boils at 198 so does that mean if I normal cook a brisket to 206 that I should cook it to 192 for similar tenderness and should cooking time be shorter or longer.
     
  2. Brisket is good at any altitude!!   That said, and I don't have much experience at it, I just moved from 1200' to about 8000, and It seems like pulled pork, ribs & such seem to be done in about 3/4 of the time it used to-  as always, a good thermometer is key. Brisket is unpredictable, to say the least, so get 'er in early!!   Enjoy!

    PS Beer & brisket at 13,000 ft -   nighty nite......
     

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