I've done plenty of butts at 300F and thought they turned out very well. If I have time constraints, I foil right after they come out of the stall.
I usually think Bluedawg is right on and see that he believes he gets no stall at that temp. I will pay more attention next time I foil, which is fairly rare, since I typically pay little attention until I get to 190F or so when I start probing and checking the bone.
Jim - Another transplanted Texan
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