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  Bourbon Smoked BBQ Beans
  Category: BBQ SIDES
  Author: Pitmaster
  Date: 11/24/2015
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(1) 117 oz can of pinto beans (#10 can) (drained)
(2) 15 ounce cans of chili beans
(2) 15 ounce cans of red kidney beans (drained)
1 lb of smoked brisket, chopped
18-20 oz of BBQ sauce
(1) Medium white onion, finely chopped
(1) yellow pepper, chopped
(1) red pepper, chopped
(1) serrano pepper, fine chopped (substitute jalapeno but i wouldn't)
(2) lbs brown sugar
(1) cup bourbon

Yield: Two aluminum pans of beans
Use a minimum of four aluminum pans here. Double (or even triple) them up to keep the pans from bending under the weight of the soon to be smoked beans. Combine all the ingredients in a large pot and mix together before pouring into two different sets of aluminum pans.

Throw the beans in a smoker at 250 - 325. If there’s some sort of succulent meat right above the pans dripping down into the beans, then all the better. Basically, when they start bubbling in the middle (not the edges, the middle) then the smoked beans are done. That’s about an hour at 325. Adjust the time accordingly with a different smoker temperature. If you go much beyond when the middle is bubbling, the beans will turn to mush. They will still be good, but not as good as they can be.
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