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Sharpshooters Pit and Grill’s Pit Masters Explain the Difference Between Dry and Wet BBQ Rubs

Sharpshooters Pit and Grill’s Pit Masters Explain the Difference Between Dry and Wet BBQ Rubs

August 26
20:26 2021

August 26, 2021 – Sharpshooters Pit and Grill, located inside the state-of-the-art St. Louis Sharpshooter indoor shooting and training range, is back in business. The much-loved BBQ hot spot is now serving up the juiciest and most delicious BBQ. 

The restaurant offers its customers a host of different delightful experiences. All the lovely choice meats are doused, coated, and grilled with the choicest blend of herbs and spices. But there is a clear disparity between a wet rub and a dry rub. Listed below are some notable differences, according to the guys at Sharpshooters Pit and Grill’s Pit Masters.

1. A dry rub is commonly a mixture of numerous spices, used for preparing the raw meat before laying on the flames. It is used typically for cooking chicken, pork, ribs, steak, and fish. The prepping involves rubbing the mixture over the meat and then leaving it to marinate for a while.

2. These rubs differ from region to region and culture to culture. A dry rub can vary based on the type of meat. BBQ professionals often perfect their recipes over years, rarely sharing with others.

3. A wet rub on the other hand comprises a marinade or oil. These are before the meat or vegetable is put on the grill for smoking, baking, or grilling. Unlike dry rubs, wet rubs are allowed to marinate for a range of one to seven hours. This allows the meat to absorb the umami giving it a deep and rich flavor. 

Sharpshooters Pit and Grill’s has been a delicious blessing to the residents of St. Louis for years now. Those in the area can testify of the unique flavors, generous portions, and quality service.

“Our pit master, Joe, prepares our meats with a rub, which is smoked over cherry wood in the smoker, fresh daily for that award-winning taste. This extensive process is part of our commitment to provide the best fresh smoked ribs, pork, brisket, and turkey in St. Louis, MO. Finding your favorite dish may take a few trips, so make sure to try everything from wings to our tacos”, says a spokesperson for Sharpshooters Pit and Grill.

For more information, please visit: https://banggoodbbq.com/.

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Company Name: Sharp Shooters St. Louis Shooting Range
Contact Person: Scott Eagle
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Address:8135 Gravois Rd
City: St. Louis
State: MO 63123
Country: United States
Website: [email protected]

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