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Old 04-07-2007, 11:37 PM   #1
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Default Mainly for the texans...but what the hell...

So this is mainly for the texans, but i'll go ahead and ask everyone.

There is this place called "The Salt Lick," it has what ture texans call BBQ. The problem is that it's BYOB so i thought about it and figured hey why not take a 5 gallon set of home brew to match with the BBQ.

my question is, what style with real Texas BBQ should i start...i'm thinking an ale..

suggestions?

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Old 04-07-2007, 11:46 PM   #2
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The Salt Lick is a good BBQ joint, but it's nothing all fantastic IMHO. A long drive to a dry county. Rudy's on 360 is great BBQ and they sell loads of ice down bottled beer.

Here's something that goes great with Q and it's portable as well.



It's sure to be a conversation starter..

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Old 04-07-2007, 11:51 PM   #3
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yeah i totally agree about rudy's, but my buddy loves salt lick. it's his bday in about 2 monthes and we wanted to take him to some where special. any suggestions on recipes?

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Old 04-07-2007, 11:58 PM   #4
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Rudys is pretty good but I deffinatly like the Salt Lick a lot better....

Just make sure not to go to the one in Westlake....

My guess would be anything thats really easy drinkin...something you'd forget how many you had!

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Salt Lick is pretty good. Sucks dealing with everything though in order to eat.

When living in Corpus I fell in love with a BBQ joint called Miller's not Bill Miller's just Miller's, good stuff.

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When living in Corpus I fell in love with a BBQ joint called Miller's not Bill Miller's just Miller's, good stuff.
Must have gone out of biz (like everything else here) bc I've never heard of it. I'll look it up though!

I really like the Salt Lick sauce...good stuff....the atmosphere is pretty cool too
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I like rudy's. If you are ever in or around Midland Texas their is the best bbq I have ever had. Its called KD's. Its a mom and pop place, they server until they run out of food.

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Where is Salt Lick? Oh, and I'd take a session beer, something easy drinking. Pale Ale or Lager.

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you know the funny thing is...

i can drive to it any day...but i couldnt tell you if my life depended on it :P

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I like rudy's. If you are ever in or around Midland Texas their is the best bbq I have ever had. Its called KD's. Its a mom and pop place, they server until they run out of food.
Reminds me of a joint out West of Austin in Llano called Cooper's.
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