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Old 03-19-2014, 02:23 PM   #16
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I usually just crack another Lonestar and wait it out however I cook at 300+ and there is no stall to speak of. So about two beers is all I need.
2 beers? Do you have a nipple on that beer? That is about 4-6 beer territory.
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Old 03-19-2014, 02:40 PM   #17
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I didn't say how big the bottles where 1 beer is 32 oz
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4.6% ABV...but I just pulled a random 32 oz beer pic from a google image search. I don't drink that crap. If I am drinking a big beer it's a Chimay Premiere or an Old E 800
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My WSM gets all cozy right around 265 usually so that's where I typically cook. I guess I don't understand when people ask how to get through the stall. I have never seen meat reach 160 and then just stay there forever. It WILL get past it. People see their temps climb from 40F to 160 pretty steadily and then freak out when it holds in the stall. I think what people are really asking is how to get through the stall at the same climb rate they were getting before the stall. And it's totally unnecessary to do that. Just let it ride. Honestly, the best way to get through the stall is to do nothing, turn off your temp probe, crack some beers, turn the temp probe back on in 2-3 hours and stand in awe of the magic of getting through the stall.
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My WSM gets all cozy right around 265 usually so that's where I typically cook. I guess I don't understand when people ask how to get through the stall. I have never seen meat reach 160 and then just stay there forever. It WILL get past it. People see their temps climb from 40F to 160 pretty steadily and then freak out when it holds in the stall. I think what people are really asking is how to get through the stall at the same climb rate they were getting before the stall. And it's totally unnecessary to do that. Just let it ride. Honestly, the best way to get through the stall is to do nothing, turn off your temp probe, crack some beers, turn the temp probe back on in 2-3 hours and stand in awe of the magic of getting through the stall.
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The stall is a beautiful thing... it means the connective tissues are breaking down! You know your meat is moist and tasty...It's all GOOD.

Wrapping and screwing up your bark is silly imo....just crank the heat up a tad if you're impatient. 275-300* does great anyways.
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Yeah, that's not uncommon for me. Sometimes I take apart the watch to tell you what time it is. *shrug*
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Bunch of alkys around here. I try to keep it to two mugs a day.

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Here this may help


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Stall is gonna happen unless your cookin to low, then it's an all day/night stall and finish in the oven kinda thing or bad cut... etc. Let it ride stall or no stall, if worried about stall then start earlier, if it blows through and your way ahead of schedule DRANK some more and enjoy the day.
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