Grill Safety Tips for Your Denver-Style BBQ

When it comes to barbecue, the Mile-High City has taken a little of this and a little of that and offers its residents an eclectic blend of BBQ types and restaurants.

Do the staples of good ol’ American BBQ, like pulled pork, ribs and hot links, make you reminisce about backyard gatherings and Fourth of July picnics? Then you’ve probably eaten at Brothers BBQ.

Perhaps you prefer a Memphis-style dry rub on ribs, brisket and pork shoulder, similar to the offerings on the menu at Yazoo Barbeque Company. But come early, because when the kitchen’s empty, Yazoo closes for the night.

Looking for a little more spice in your ‘cue? Bring your cast-iron stomach to Jabo’s Bar-Be-Q for some Louisiana-style smokey goodness. Of course, all that meat comes slathered in your choice of more than 20 sauces.

If you’re looking to master your own barbecue style, break out the grill in your own backyard and start with some indirect heat, wood chips, and think: slow and low. Before you light the coals or ignite the burners, some basic grilling safety precautions should be considered. Our infographic details common pitfalls to avoid to help ensure a safe holiday weekend.

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